– Travel to Lisbon in a climatized minibus
– Arrive at location (Terrace/Other)
– Dinner at Barrio Alto/Fado. (Price not included)
– Free Time (Nightlife)
– Meeting point at place/time
– Travel back
Lisbon is one of those European capitals where you can enjoy one of the greatest freedoms of city life: walking its streets at night in safety and with pleasure.
The night starts in Barrio Alto, either on one of the vibrant terraces in Largo do Camões and Chiado, watching the sunset from the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint with the city spreading at your feet, or from the Santa Catarina viewpoint with the river down below.
Then just carry on along one of the quarter’s narrow streets, where you will find trendy late-night shops, and choose a restaurant for dinner. You will be spoilt for choice, and a fado house can be a good option. But there’s much more. The wide range of bars with their mixed clientele, and the street bustle in Barrio Alto make it a good place for night owls.
If you want to dance the night away, Cais do Sodré is currently one of the trendiest spots. This area of bars bearing the names of the Northern European capitals and faraway countries that provided the fun for sailors who arrived in the port of Lisbon decades ago, is now one of the most relaxed in the Lisbon night scene, with cultural venues, restaurants, bars, clubs and discos. The music on offer is varied, from reggae through to African music, new wave, indie and Gothic rock, the club programs are appealing and the atmosphere eclectic. For the more energetic, the excitement lasts throughout the night, until the sun comes up.
Participation is limited to ages 18 and up.
Minimum 4 to 8 person – 55€ per person (40 € for children under 10 years)
Entrance fees not included.
The dinner cost is between €25 and €50 depending on the fado house and menu chosen.