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Nightlife in Lisbon

The nightlife in Lisbon it is considered one of the most vibrant in Europe. On any night of the week visitors can drink until dawn, find dance music and many more. The town has an interesting variety of restaurants and bars to offer in the most popular areas like the Bairro Alto and Docas waterfront district.

Nights out in Lisbon normally last until the next morning, given that most bars don't close before 2 am and discos are open until 6 am or later. The Bairro Alto has always been a popular place to go at night. This ancient quarter has cultivated its own unique style over the years, distinguishing it from other night-life zones around the town.

The town of Lisbon have several bars and clubs, the Bairro Alto offers a wide selection of typical Portuguese and international restaurants. Better known as the Docas, the zona ribeirinha (waterfront area) has recently evolved into one of the liveliest night-life districts in Lisbon. The several restaurants, bars, street cafés and discos by the river make for a memorable night in the Portuguese capital.

But Lisbon’s night-life isn’t confined to the city, it stretches all the way along the Costa do Estoril.

After dinner, the visitors normally can take a stroll through the ancient districts of Bairro Alto and Alfama, where there are plenty of bars, fado houses and night-clubs. There’s more fado to be found in Alcântara, a vibrant district in the south-western part of the city where sailors are said to have started this tradition several centuries ago.

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