Your Secret place in Lisbon is...
Palace of the Marquises of Fronteira
The Palace of the Marquises of Fronteira in Lisbon (Palácio Marquês De Fronteira) is one of the best kept secrets in the city. Little known in general and less visited by tourists, this 17th century palace is nevertheless one of the most impressive buildings in the Portuguese capital, behind whose facade are hidden gardens full of tiles, marine elements and mythological figures worthy of a fantastic tale.
Nestled in the Monsanto Forest Park (perhaps its location is the reason why it receives few visitors), the Fronteira Palace was, originally, the summer residence of the family of the first Marquis of Fronteira.
In general, the architecture and design of the entire palace complex is in the Italian Renaissance style (with some Baroque elements), and hence the importance of the garden that surrounds the estate, where getting lost is a real pleasure that will delight anyone. photography lovers.
Also do not miss this Rooftop...
Unique and creative rooftop oasis, open year-round.
Found at Casa da Goa in Alcântara, Go A Lisboa is a rooftop bar and restaurant full of fun and creativity, promising magical moments from day to night and throughout the year.
The impressive venue includes the sexy and dark interior Supper Club, a place for drinks, dinner and vibrant nights with live music and DJs. The Rooftop Oasis, one floor up, is a much larger and brighter destination, surrounded by panoramic views of Lisbon, the Tagus River and the 25 de Abril Bridge.
The spacious, lush terrace is the largest rooftop in Lisbon, and you'll find several different spaces here, from a modern rooftop lounge area to an open green lawn and a cozy island to curl up on.
Go A Lisboa's rooftop menu includes global dishes, from fish and meat to vegan options, created by chef Inga Martin and made with fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. There is also a wide selection of drinks, ranging from cocktails and refreshing and exclusive mocktails, to craft beers, Portuguese and international wines, coffee and juices.
Go A Lisboa is a great place to enjoy some fun after-work drinks with friends, a rooftop dinner, or a weekend rooftop brunch. But it's also a place packed with events, from yoga Sundays to workshops and backgammon sessions.
Thanks to wind/rain proof glass walls and infrared heaters, the roof terrace also maintains a comfortable 25º, even during winter nights.