Best bars with the best views of Lisbon

May 02, 2018
Joana Viegas

Lisbon is all about colour, life, history and — above all — views to remember. Known as The City of Seven Hills, there are plenty of options for you to discover unexpected bars and restaurants with breathtaking views.


Never underestimate the appeal of a parking lot! In the Bairro Alto district, you’ll find PARK, a rooftop bar on the top floor of a parking lot. PARK’s wooden structure and garden-like decor has a unique and fresh vibe. Here you can catch stunning views over the city centre and the Tagus River, while enjoying a refreshing drink. All this and music from the best DJs in the city. Calçada do Combro 58 Lisbon.

Topo Chiado

Chiado is one of the most trendy and elegant districts of Lisbon. Near the hauntingly beautiful ruins of Carmo Convent, you’ll find Topo Chiado, where you can enjoy a refreshing cocktail or a light meal. With the São Jorge Castle and imposing Santa Justa Lift in the background, it’s impossible to catch a bad view here. Terraços do Carmo, 1200-288 Lisbon.

Sky Bar Lisboa

In the heart of the city centre is another amazing bar with stunning views of the city. Located at the ninth floor of the Tivoli Hotel, Sky Bar Lisboa offers a wide selection of cocktails and sparkling wine. It’s a perfect spot to relax and enjoy the sunset or the starry sky. By night, take a selfie with the vibrant city lights as a backdrop. Avenida da Liberdade, 185 Lisbon.

Miradouro São Pedro de Alcântara

If you’re looking for a romantic spot to admire the city, Miradouro São Pedro de Alcântara is ideal. It’s located in the city centre and close to Bairro Alto district, which is known for its nightlife. The wide terrace is decorated with statues, a fountain and kiosks. Rua de Sao Pedro de Alcantara, Bairro Alto, Lisbon.

Portas do Sol

With a wide terrace, Portas do Sol restaurant and bar combines stunning views over the Tagus river with the beautiful landscape of one of the oldest districts in the city, Alfama. So grab a seat and raise your glass. Beco de Santa Helena 1100-411 Lisbon.

Enjoy a drink at dusk at Miradouro da Graça | Photo by Lisbon Urban Adventures

Miradouro da Graça

Miradouro da Graça is one of the most classic spots in the city to watch the sunset. Discover an amazing panoramic view of São Jorge Castle, while enjoying a refreshing drink from a nearby kiosk. Don’t miss a chance to take that classic Lisbon photo as the sun sets. We can assure you, it’ll be a postcard moment to remember! Calçada da Graça, 1100-265 Lisbon.

Level Eight

Located on the eighth floor, near the very trendy Liberdade Avenue, Level Eight offers panoramic view over the Eduardo VII Park, the city centre and São Jorge Castle. With a lush, garden wall behind the bar and a variety of cocktails to choose from, it’s just perfect. Rua Castilho 14C Terraço Lisbon.

Chapitô à Mesa

Chapitô à Mesais a circus school, but it’s also known as a restaurant and bar, located close to São Jorge Castle. The city views are the ideal backdrop for some fancy eats and drinks. Rua Costa do Castelo 7 Lisbon.

Rooftop Bar at Hotel Mundial

Another panoramic view over the city centre awaits you at the Rooftop Bar, located at the ninth floor of the Mundial Hotel. Snap a photo with the São Jorge Castle and lively downtown as a stunning backdrop. By night, this landscape really lights up, so you really won’t want to miss the view! Praça Martim Moniz 2, 1100-341 Lisbon.

Le Chat

Last, but not least, Le Chat is a little further away from the city centre, in the Santos district. This cube-shaped restaurant and cocktail bar, with floor-to-ceiling glass, also has a terrace with great panoramic views and the impressive Tagus River and the 25 de Abril Bridge in the background. Jardim 9 de Abril, Janelas Verdes 1200-736 Lisbon.

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