The perfect spot for sunset hunters, Príncipe Real has some of the best views in Lisbon, which you can appreciate from its numerous rooftops, viewpoints and terraces.
The heart of this neighborhood is the Príncipe Real Garden, a little romantic square and garden tucked away in the neighborhood’s main street. The main attraction of this garden is its gigantic cedar tree, which offers a lovely haven for tired explorers and elderly locals who enjoy spending time outside and observing passersby.
From here you will be able to see the Castle of São Jorge, Sé Catedral and the Tagus river, as well as all the ancient 18th-century buildings of Avenida da Liberdade.
The viewpoint in São Pedro de Alcântara is a picture-perfect viewing platform, which can be enjoyed directly after riding the Glória tram up a narrow and cobbled side street.
The beautiful Botanic Garden is another of the area’s main attractions, where you can even appreciate stunning butterflies.
Príncipe Real was considered the 5th cooler neighborhood in the world in 2018, according to Time Out’s international poll.
There are lots of different and hipster shops and also antique shops that preserve tradition, creativity and innovation in terms of design and fashion.
This is one of the most insane gastronomic hubs in the city, where you can find all kinds of restaurants from all kinds of international cuisines and renowned chefs.
With a young population, this charming residential area has several old buildings that have been renovated. Despite its range of attractions, it is still a very calm and peaceful area of the city.
Really close to Chiado and the river, this is where you can find everything, from beautiful gardens, nightclubs, boutiques, coffee shops and shopping havens.
This is the most luxurious, cool and premium neighborhood in Lisbon, at the same time as being a lively, vibrant and quaint area that you can choose to be your new home.