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Silk Club

This is the most exclusive club you will encounter during your city trip. Here, the rich and successful of Lisbon gather to have drinks, while the most hip DJs play their music. The severe door policy sees to it that this place is a very popular hots...

Pavilhão Chinês

Pavilhão Chinês is a unique concept. In spite of what the name might suggest, the bar isn't particularly Chinese. It is made up of a number of areas where walls are all decorated with display cases. You'll find thousands of collectable items inside (...

Op Art Café

Electro music enthusiasts should visit Op Art Café during their city trip in Lisbon! This club is situated in a very special place between the small boats in the harbour of Santo Amaro. You are in the middle of the scenery, because the café's walls a...

Kubo

For a drink at sun set, you should go to Kubo. Don't drink too much though, or you will risk ending up in the Tagus river Kubo's open design is minimalistic and is a combination of dazzling white furniture and water. This popular outdoor club is open...

Incognito

Incognito has been a household name in Lisbon since the 90s. When you arrive at the place, you might notice that they have omitted their name on the front door. This explains their name! In the basement, you can try out all your dance moves, and upst...

Docas

Docas is an entertainment area beside the Tagus that's gaining popularity. Under an initative spearheaded by the Municipality and the hotel and catering industry, many of the old docks are being transformed into trendy restaurants and cafes. The nume...

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