Café A Brasileira

Rua de Sá da Bandeira, 75
15 reviews

One of the most well known and oldest Caffe in Lisbon, getting the name from an immigrant in Brazil, who brought the "true Brazilian coffe". Formerly known as a meeting point for intelectuals and the most important literary figures of the time, as Fernando Pessoa, which has a statue outside .A must stop downtown, however do not expect an excelent ...

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    0.19 mi

    Elevador Santa Justa

    0.19 mi from Café A Brasileira
    43 reviews

    You have to wait a loooooong time to use the elevator... Better use the streets and stairs of the surroundings: You will see more of Lisbon and wont become bugged because of all the tourists!

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  • 2
    0.1 mi

    Bairro Alto

    0.1 mi from Café A Brasileira
    28 reviews

    When in Lisbon you must check Bairro Alto for a great night out or just for a great culinary experience! You get so many choices there its just amazing and if you want to carry on all night long you are at the right place in Lisbon to check out Lisbon by night at its best too!

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    0.1 mi

    Ruins of the Carmo Convent

    0.1 mi from Café A Brasileira
    8 reviews

    You can see some of the devastation that happened in Lisbon after the 1755 earthquake, tsunami and fire in these ruins.

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  • 4
    0.16 mi

    Luvaria Ulisses

    0.16 mi from Café A Brasileira
    6 reviews

    When visiting Lisbon I always make a beeline for this place. It just sells beautifully-made gloves of just about every design and variety. Very rare to find a shop like this anywhere else in the world. Exceptionally pretty shop too.

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    A Vida Portuguesa

    0.04 mi from Café A Brasileira
    5 reviews

    Products made by Portuguese manufacturers who've deliberately resisted globalization. In many cases, brands that were near extinction. (Lovers of retro packaging, in particular, will plotz.) Great for shopping for gifts that don't exactly look like souvenirs.

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  • 6
    0.25 mi

    Turismo de Lisboa - Visitors & Convention Bureau

    0.25 mi from Café A Brasileira
    3 reviews

    Gayle and I stopped at one of the Lisbon Tourist Offices for advice and left with the 3 Day version of the Lisboa Card. It's a really good deal and is good for various museums throughout Portugal, public transit, and other places of interest. We saved a lot of money here. The folks at the Tourist Office were also very ...

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    0.02 mi

    Livraria Bertrand

    0.02 mi from Café A Brasileira
    2 reviews

    "The Bertrand Bookshop ("livraria", in Portuguese) was founded in 1732. It was destroyed after the great Lisbon earthquake of 1755 and moved to its present-day premises on Rua Garrett, in the historical part of Lisbon, in 1773. Bertrand is nowadays a nationwide book-chain, but the original bookshop is still on that same street, with beautiful wood-paneled walls and a wide ...

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    0.23 mi

    Church of Sao Roque

    0.23 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review

    I have traversed many churches on my trips to Europe and can never seem to get enough of them. The Igreja de São Roque is located on top of a fairly steep hill, which can be accessed with a tram or sets of very long stairs. We were ambitious enough to do the climbing ourselves. The exterior of the church ...

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  • 9
    0.25 mi

    Bicaense Café

    0.25 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review
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  • 10
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    Sentido Proibido 2

    0.16 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review

    Sentido Proibido is a bar locate in Bairro Alto, in the heart of the night life of Lisbon. A brazilian band/double play there from wednesday to sunday, they play brazilian popular music (MPB), bossa nova, samba and some brazilian pop/rock, for me, they usally play the best from brazilian music. It's a nice place! Saturday is usually really packed, the ...

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  • 11
    0.13 mi

    Baixa / Chiado

    0.13 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review

    Downtown Chiado is one of the trendiest and busy areas in town. Trendiest shops, caffes, restaurants...a must stop for urban people.

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    0.08 mi

    National Theatre of São Carlos

    0.08 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review

    Located at Chiado center, this beautiful theatre, is mostly used for Opera, classical concerts and ballet. During Summer, usually organize open air concerts at the front terrace.

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    0.05 mi

    Bairro Arte

    0.05 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review

    A nice design store for small items,from travel to other accessories. Located right downtown in Chiado. Great variety.

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    0.21 mi

    Museu de São Roque

    0.21 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review

    Museum connected to the Igreja de Sao Roque (Church of Sao Roque), can be entered with a small entrance fee (1 euro with our Lisboa card). The museum hosts a variety of church art, including Portuguese paintings and sculptures and an impressive collection of baroque silver. The museum spans a few floors and is a nice addition after surveying the ...

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  • 15
    0.08 mi

    Convento do Carmo

    0.08 mi from Café A Brasileira
    1 review

    Besides the Elevador de Santa Justa are the ruins of Convento do Carmo, the big earthquake of Lisbon destroyed the old church and it was never rebuild. It was interesting to see the surroundings and the ruin's externals BUT I really think that it would be even more exciting and interesting if you make a tour to see the interior ...

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  • 16
    0.32 mi

    Praça do Comercio

    0.32 mi from Café A Brasileira
    49 reviews

    One of the most beautiful squares in Lisbon. An 18th-century square with a view across the Tejo.

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  • 17
    0.48 mi

    São Jorge Castle

    0.48 mi from Café A Brasileira
    48 reviews

    Great view of the city. Not a bad walk up or down if you are able bodied. SF hills are much harder but this one looks worse when you are in the city center. There is a nice cafe where you can sit outdoors and soak in the view of the city as well. Must do when in Lisbon. Get ...

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  • 18
    0.48 mi

    Castelo de S. Jorge

    0.48 mi from Café A Brasileira
    30 reviews

    One of the best places to see the city. Just love to stroll around this area and "loose" myself amoung the cobbled streets. You'll find some great esplanades to enjoy the views with a glass of wine:)

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    0.66 mi


    0.66 mi from Café A Brasileira
    25 reviews

    Region of Lisboa that's located along the beautiful coastline next to Cais do Sodre, highly vibrant district with plenty of shops and delicious foodie places even into depth of the night. I overheard a guide recommending Alfama as 'the location to go' if one was to wander around Lisboa on their own. This is also the Lisboa destination for Cascais ...

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  • 20
    0.57 mi

    Streets and Stairways of Alfama

    0.57 mi from Café A Brasileira
    22 reviews

    After the castle, get lost on your way downhill through the streets of Alfama, the really old part of Lisbon. Don't bother with a map!

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