Lives in Lisbon, Portugal
Since Aug 2008
35-49 year old male
Lisbon Local, Harley Rider, Food & Wine Lover, Nature Geek. Snowboarder, Trekker, Longboarder, Skater, Archeology, Old Books, Bullfighting, Rugby Lover. 5 Languages, 42 Countries, 5 Continents, 1 RTW.
Other Outdoor Activities
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Cooking Classes
Arenas & Stadiums
Room Escape Games
Pastelaria Versailles is a favorite haunt of 'Alfacinhas' (Lisbon-born locals), and the highly recommended breakfast spot is sure to get any family adventure off to a great start. If you love pastries, you'll find a great selection of fresh, high-quality delights here, and the ambiance is a pleasant reminder of Lisbon's lasting elegance.
An ancient institution, the Lisbon Zoo has been a favorite family attraction for more than 120 years. With habitat-based enclosures that provide better welfare for animals, and better wildlife-watching opportunities for visitors, the zoo makes for an enjoyable day out.
Parque Florestal de Monsanto is a paradise for adventurous families. With more than 1,000 hectares to explore, this huge park offers pleasant nature trails and lots of space for running around!
Great ice cream makes everybody happy! With a huge number of flavors on offer, Gelados Santini is sure to leave even the fussiest eater with a smile on his or her face.
Ribeira Market is an entertaining environment in which to learn about the gastronomical diversity of Portugal. Visit the fish and meat stands, smell the vegetables and aromatic herbs, buy fruit and fresh bread for a picnic in the park — and take plenty of photos of the whole experience!
The Lisbon Oceanarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world; and although it is a little far from downtown, it's definitely worth a family visit. The architecture of the building itself is impressive, and inside the facility is divided into oceans, so that you get to explore different ecosystems from around the world.
If your kids love soccer, Estadio de Alvalde is your go-to place in Lisbon. Built to host the 2004 European Championships, the stadium is home field of Cristiano Ronaldo, arguably one of the best soccer players in the world. It offers great guided tours, and its museum also boasts the world's biggest collection of soccer awards and titles!
Puzzle-solving on a grand scale, Lisbon Escape Game is definitely one of the more unique family experiences you'll find. Here, you get locked in the world of a famous Lisbon spy, and then you have to work together to master challenges and solve puzzles in order to escape before time runs out...