Our lovely wedding planners put together this guide that highlights where to eat/drink/visit/etc. :)
Ponto Final is a charming riverside restaurant renowned for its stunning views of the Tagus River and the city skyline. We HIGHLY recommend making a reservation there in advance (email: email@example.com), or you can grab a drink while you wait for a table.
Located in the charming Alfama district, this is where we've had one of our favorite meals in Lisbon. Make a reservation online - larger groups are discouraged as the restaurant sits 25 people :)
Festive atmosphere and delicious Italian food in the Chiado district. Reservations recommended.
Decadent seafood and stylish interior. Considered more "high end" but absolutely worth it! Reservations required. The restaurant group that owns it (Vida Plena) has lots of other great spots to check out!
Pastéis de Belém is a renowned pastry shop in Lisbon, famous for its delectable custard tarts, known as pastéis de nata. Out of the SEVERAL pastéis we have tried, we find these to be some of the best. There is typically a line but it goes fast.
A great option for those looking to hit the gym in Lisbon. Single day and multi-day passes are available.
Trendy rooftop bar & restaurant with panoramic city views, offering global dishes & cocktails. Reservations optional.
Lx Factory is an industrial complex that houses an array of art retailers & great restaurants and bars. Come here for some unique souvenirs!
TukTuk tours are a great and efficient way to see the city in 3-4 hours. You can either book one ahead of time (recommended), or book one same day as they are plentiful in the Lisbon city center. We did a half day tour which took us all the way to Belém, and back through the main neighborhoods in Lisbon (Chiado, Baixa, Alfama). We used the company linked below!