23 Nov Lisbon Gluten Free City Guide
I spent about three days in Lisbon and absolutely loved it. It’s such a diverse city, withs something for everyone. I love the history and beauty of it, so here’s my Lisbon gluten free city guide in an absolute nutshell! I want to just list out where I liked and would recommend that you look into checking out!
EAT GLUTEN FREE
Restaurante Em Alta Na Baixa – Amazing seafood and risotto, LOVED this place!
Fabulas – Risotto and a cosy vibe near Barrio Alto.
Cervejaria Ramiro – Seafood, famous in Lisbon.
Amorino – Gelato in a heart shape, however gluten free people, we can’t have the cone!
Vegetariano – Healthy fast food if you’re on the run!
Cascais Beach – Get off at San Pedro on the train
Lisbon Castle – I didn’t make it there, but apparently it’s beautiful.
Tram 28 – You gotta ride this!
Sintra – Take the train to Sintra then hire a car or get the hop on hop off bus
Thieves Market – I’d only rate this a 6/10 as it’s nothing special and not worth checking out if you don’t have time
Alfama – The oldest area in Lisbon, very pretty.
Jardim Julio de Castilho – Perfect view of the Sunset.
SLEEP, SWEET DREAMS!
Golden Tram 242 Hostel – Fantastic location close to the metro and right in the heart of the city centre.
DANCE – DRINK
Urban Beach – I went all the way there, then one of our friends didn’t want to stay out, so we all left! *tears*
The Docks Area
Barrio Alto – To drink, the streets light up, filled with people from about 12am – 1am onward.
BA Terrace – Bairro Alto hotel rooftop bar beautiful at sunset, however there was a bit of a queue!
Rua Nova do Carvalho – The Pink Street
You need at least 4 days in Lisbon. This city is full of life and one of those places where there’s always something new to do!
I will definitely be returning because… I left my heart in Lisbon, I love this city! Tell me, what are your favourite things to do in Lisbon?