Seen lisbon

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What is seen Lisboa by Olivier?

Based on a concept developed by Chefpreneur Olivier, SEEN Lisboa by Olivier is the city’s uncontested hotspot, with its Art Deco decoration, Resident DJ and Lisbon’s most stunning views.

What to expect at seen Lisboa?

The combination of panoramic views, cool surroundings, an eclectic cuisine and bar menu shape the SEEN Lisboa. The cocktails signed by the Head Bartender of SEEN Lisboa, Lucas Jaques, will be an attraction for the lovers of the art of mixology.

What to see in Lisbon?

The beautiful Alfama quarter is one of the oldest in the city and is one of those places you can’t forget when making a list of what to see in Lisbon. Located in the heart of the capital, this is definitely one of the most typical locations to discover the Portuguese culture.

How much do you know about Lisbon?

The city is the 9th-most-visited city in Southern Europe, after Rome, Istanbul, Barcelona, Milan, Venice, Madrid, Florence and Athens, with 3,320,300 tourists in 2017. The Lisbon region has a higher GDP PPP per capita than any other region in Portugal. Its GDP amounts to US$96.3 billion and thus $32,434 per capita.

What makes seen Lisboa by Olivier so special?

The cocktails signed by the Head Bartender of SEEN Lisboa, Lucas Jaques, will be an attraction for the lovers of the art of mixology. Based on a concept developed by Chefpreneur Olivier, SEEN Lisboa by Olivier is the city’s uncontested hotspot, with its Art Deco decoration, Resident DJ and Lisbon’s most stunning views.

Whats new at seen Lisboa?

Seen Lisboa, the new signature restaurant by Chef Olivier da Costa is set to continue the confirmed success of Seen São Paulo with its exclusive Restaurant & Bar concept now transported to Lisbon. The combination of panoramic views, cool setting and eclectic table and bar menus provide the style for the new SEEN Lisboa.

Where to go out in Lisbon?

Located on the 9th floor of the Tivoli Avenida Liberdade, the restaurant with its international inspiration menu, 360º bar and signature cocktails by Lucas Jaques brings style to nights out in Lisbon for the hippest and coolest crowd in town. It is the best spot in the heart of Lisbon, the ideal place to recharge midweek or to welcome the weekend.

What to do in Lisbon Portugal?

One of Lisbon’s few must-see sights is Beléms undisputed architectural show-stopper, the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos. Time your visit for early or late in the day if you want to avoid the crowds photographing the stunning honey-stone Manueline cloisters inside this Unesco-listed 1495 monastery.

What is Lisbon famous for?

Like San Francisco in the United States, Lisbon is a city famed for its historic, rattling tram lines. None are more iconic than Tram 28 which has been working its way up the steep, cobbled roads and into the old Alfama district for decades.

Why visit the monuments of Lisbon?

Lisbon has two unique monuments which are World Heritage Sites. They are two jewels of the Gothic Manueline style that easily impress. Apart from the vaults carved in stone that are a remarkable piece of engineering, the wealth of decorative elements linked to maritime aspects and the voyages of the Navigators is fascinating.

When is the best time to visit Lisbon?

The best time to visit is sunset, when Lisbon’s hallmark golden light illuminates the Castelo de São Jorge. One of Lisbon’s few must-see sights is Beléms undisputed architectural show-stopper, the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos.

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