In Lisbon, Portugal, Principe Real is hands-down the best place to go shopping. We give you a short travel manual for the area.
Lisbon is rightly known as a trove of beguiling backstreets and terraced bistros, yet none of its neighborhoods are more alive than Príncipe Real, a customer’s Shangri-la of outline and dress stores sprinkled with charming bistros. You’re strolling visit ought to begin with a bica (Portuguese for coffee) and a pastel de nata (custard tart) at Nata, a light-overflowed patio bistro in the back of two-level idea shop Fabrico Infinito (Rua Dom Pedro V 74). Next, pop into Alexandra Moura MA&S, over the road, for the namesake planner’s variety of white dresses (Rua Dom Pedro V 77); Espaço B for fresh, clean-lined tops by Comme des Garçons (Rua Dom Pedro V 120); and 21pr Concept Store for Portuguese-made gems and chocolates (Praça do Príncipe Real 21). Run your purchases through the as of late spruced-up park, the Príncipe Real Garden, before tasting a white port tonic mixed drink at the Lost in Esplanada Bar; its perspectives of the city upstage dishes like braised fish with vegetables and eggplant mousse (Rua Dom Pedro V 56; 351-91-775-9282; entrées from 13EUR)
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