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Is one of the best kept secrets of downtown Lisbon. Among the pots and pans of Pollux, the 9-store shop where you can find anything for the home, hides one of the most beautiful terraces overlooking the capital. Just take the elevator to the 8th floor, follow the stairs up to floor 9 and find the Lisbon rooftops at your feet. Plus: The terrace is relatively unknown, so it is possible to take the typical Portuguese breakfast – coffee with milk and bread toasted with butter - without the confusion of downtown cafes...

Between the Castle hill, the same where tourists get lost in the streets of Mouraria looking for the way to the Castle of St. George, lies the Teatro Taborda. Worth a visit during the day because of the the space, decorated with delightful details such as chairs hanging on the wall, or the view of the hill of Graça. One of the best in town.