City Guide Lisbon
Either you are a style hunter, an antiques' collector, or simply enjoy the bucolic side of it, flea markets are a great place to have a sort of behind the scenes feel. Head to Feira da Ladra to have the most authentic flea market's experience in Lisbon; Lx Factory for quirky fashion accessories; or head to Avenida da Liberdade market to discover collectable antiques... These quirky markets are a treasure's trove of delights.
Located next to Tejo Power Sation, the new building marks a new landmark on Lisbon’s waterfront. The low-rise building, designed along the riverside in a curvy structure, which swells and ducks into the ground will create a new public area by the water to the city.
Lisbon has been busy connecting green spaces, creating a green corridor throughout the city and redesigning the waterfront promenade.
Together with the city renewing urban design, a healthy lifestyle and well-being is part of Lisboners priorities and concern too.
We touch down three different spots in Lisbon where both the sporty or the lazy ones will be boosted with energy and will be inspired for a jog or walk.
We keep a lookout for all the up and coming Lisbon spots so you don't have to. Here's our top stories, recommendations and advice to enjoy the best the city has to offer.