Lisbon Escort – VIP Escort Service
Lisbon – perhaps the most beautiful city in Europe? This beautiful city on the Atlantic Ocean managed – with VIP Escort Lisbon – to cast a spell over you in no time. Convince yourself with your Escort Model of the countless great corners and sights. And enjoy culture, shopping and nightlife in the capital of Portugal with your travel companion.
Escorts for a trip to Lisbon together
Discover Lisbon and its cultural highlights with an Escort
Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Its location on the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula has shaped the development of the city and the country. Lisbon’s districts have their own character. Alfama is known for its restaurants and tourist attractions; Bairro Alto and Cais do Sodré are known for their bars and nightlife, but also for their art.
The city is famous for its architecture, especially tile-making, and increasingly attracts young entrepreneurs and creatives due to its rich history and relative affordability. Many of them accompanied by VIP Escort. Fostering the growth of arts, technology and other creative industries in Lisbon was an important part of Portugal’s response to the 2010 financial crisis.
Carne de Porco Alentejana
Two things the Portuguese love are pork and clams, and Carne de Porco Alentejana is a tasty combination of both. The cubed pork is first marinated in an aromatic sauce of white wine, paprika, garlic, coriander, salt and pepper. Then the pork is fried and returned to the marinade, where it is combined with the clams and cooked a little longer. Once the clams are cooked and have opened, fried diced potatoes are added. Some restaurants add pickled vegetables to the dish, most add freshly chopped coriander. This recipe from the Alentejo region is very popular in the capital.
Latin Europe loves its snails, and the Portuguese are no different. From May to the end of September, signs saying “Há caracóis” or “temos caracóis” (“we have snails”) are everywhere in Lisbon, and the locals are very enthusiastic about them. Caracóis or caracoletas are cooked and served in a butter-garlic broth and either sucked out of their shells or fished out with a toothpick. This dish is usually enjoyed socially while chatting with friends or watching a sporting event on TV, and is accompanied by a cold beer.
Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea do Chiado
The Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea do Chiado (MNAC) covers the development of Portuguese art from the mid-19th century to the present day. The museum’s recent acquisitions include the distinctly Portuguese but Pop Art-inspired paintings of Sá Nogueira, works by Lisbon-based sculptor José Pedro Croft and the experimental video works of Alexandre Estrela. There were also temporary exhibitions by leading Portuguese artists, including Vasco Araújos Botânica, a compelling reflection on Portugal’s colonial heritage.
A cultural centre next to the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
When Portugal held the presidency of the European Union in 1992, this centre was built and now hosts conferences and meetings. It is also a cultural centre with three halls of different sizes where theatre, dance, jazz, opera, film and classical music concerts can be held. Speaking of classical music, the “Dias da Música” festival lasts a whole weekend and is the biggest annual event held here.
But there’s more. In the Berardo Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art you will find art, and there is a bookshop and a shop for Portuguese design in the building. And for dinner, you and your Lisbon Escort have a restaurant with an outdoor terrace overlooking the river.
The best shopping in Lisbon
Shopping in Lisbon is an original way to discover the city. With completely different neighbourhoods relatively close to each other, you can change the atmosphere, the shops and sometimes the century almost unnoticed. Baixa Pombalina is the traditional shopping district par excellence. Some shops are so old that they have seen three centuries come and go, and even the names of the streets indicate the old trading activities that used to take place there.
Chiado is a select neighbourhood where fashion and art come together amid galleries, avant-garde shops and classic studios of the best Portuguese designers. Príncipe Real is Lisbon’s youngest shopping district, home to many small innovative labels and artisanal and gastronomic projects. If you and your Lisbon Escort are serious about shopping and finding the finest international labels, head to Avenida da Liberdade and get ready to walk more than 2.5 km in the shade of the acacias and palm trees, following the patterns on the cobbled walkways. Luxurious, sophisticated and elegant – here you will find a different kind of Lisbon.
Sapataria do Carmo
Run by the same family for three generations, Sapataria do Carmo changed hands in 2012. Fortunately, the small shoe shop from 1904 is still just as elegant and nostalgic. High-quality, handmade shoes for men and women are now available at the original location in Chiado as well as in three other branches. Sounds good. What can you find here, or what should you look for? Boots, loafers, derbies, oxfords, monk straps, trainers, heels, ballerina flats and sandals: they’re all on offer, and all made from Portuguese or Italian leather. Well-known brands include Armando Silva, Mariano, Centenário, Helsar and Paradigma Footwear.
39a Concept Store
This boutique gallery changes its art installations and merchandise (by Portuguese and international designers), making every visit a surprise. Founded by actress and model Raquel Pertes, 39a Concept Store is a mix of boutique and gallery with constantly changing art installations and merchandise by Portuguese and international designers. There are always surprises on a visit, be it in the form of ethereal dresses by Kaoâ, nature-inspired jewellery by Joana Ribeiro or even the nostalgic Impala roller skates from Australia.
Summer is all about the beach, with swimwear from Amuse Society and NYOS and sunglasses from Quay Australia. For the cooler months, there are bright Pallas ankle boots, hand-embroidered loungewear from KLEED Kimonos and 1970s-inspired floral dresses from Rosse Fischer, for example. There is also sporty menswear from brands like Kappa and Duarte, as well as lifestyle and décor pieces.
Loja das Conservas
Now world famous. There are around 300 varieties of canned fish here, including mackerel, tuna pâté and squid in olive oil and garlic.
Fresh seafood is at the heart of Portuguese cuisine, but canned fish, an industry that began in the mid-19th century, is an equally important part of the country’s history and culture. At Lojas das Conservas, the shop of the Portuguese Association of Fish Canning Producers, canned fish from all over the country is displayed on wooden tables and white-tiled walls, with insightful descriptions of the producers.
These well-preserved delicacies can easily be transported in a suitcase and are the ideal culinary souvenir. Tourists, but also you and your escort in Lisbon will be seduced by the overwhelming selection of delicacies. This shop looks like a gallery; the colourful tins are beautifully packaged, with vintage pictures and delicate wrapping paper, so that each one looks like a fancy bar of soap.
Centro Colombo offers the most exciting shopping experiences in Lisbon. With around 400 shops, Centro Colombo is one of the largest shopping centres on the Iberian landmass. The highlights inside are the ten film studios, an entertainment mecca and around 65 eateries.
The famous nightlife and exclusive Escort in Lisbon
Lisbon is considered one of the best cities in all of Europe and is famous for its nightlife. The Bairro Alto district and its surroundings are considered one of the two biggest hotspots for nightlife in Lisbon, with more than 100 bars and restaurants in one small neighbourhood. Lisbon has a vibrant nightlife that spills out onto the cobbled streets of Chiado, watching dawn break over the Tagus and serenading the stars from rooftop bars in the fragrant, warm night air. There are meeting places for the young and clubs for the locals; old favourites like O Pavilhão Chinês and new ones like Praia no Parque, where dinner merges seamlessly with dancing.
Pensao Amor, an established meeting place in Lisbon’s nightlife, is located in an old boarding house near the Cais do Sodre. The name means “house of love” and is therefore ideal for a visit with Escort in Lisbon. The interior is modelled on an upscale 19th-century burlesque club, with crimson velvet furniture and walls with gold-framed mirrors and dozens of antique prints and lithographs showing ladies in risqué poses. The decadent mood is enhanced by careful attention to historical details, right down to the faux trompe l’oeil ceiling and pub-style piano. The bar offers a wide selection of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails, and guests are entertained by regular live music in an adjacent lounge, burlesque shows and clean and tasteful pole dancing demonstrations.
By the Wine
The vaulted ceiling of this inviting wine bar is decorated with over 3000 empty wine bottles, a creative reminder that this nightspot is run by one of Portugal’s leading wine producers, José Maria da Fonseca. Customers have an enviable choice of over 50 different JMF wines from all over Portugal, sold by the bottle or glass. An accompanying menu of carefully selected dishes, delicacies such as Azeitão cheese, Algarve bread, Iberico ham and even oysters from the Sado Estuary give By the Wine a homely and traditional feel. The interior design reflects JMF’s own wine cellars, where a back lounge is adorned with floor-to-ceiling wine racks, a collection of French oak barrels and an original wine press.
Located on a terrace below the Miradoura de Santa Catarine waterfront, Noobai Cafe functions as an ad hoc bar and restaurant popular with a younger crowd. The food is fairly simple but inventive and nutritious, with dishes like tuna steak with leeks and cod with sweet potatoes on the menu. There are also vegetarian options. Most important, however, is the excellent view of the city’s harbour front, the wide river and the striking suspension bridge. Dusk often offers beautiful sunsets, and after dark the entire area is bathed in a cloak of twinkling spotlights. This is indeed a place to meet for a drink with a Lisbon Escort and enjoy the nightlife away from the usual tourist crowds.
Majong is located in the Bairro Alto neighbourhood. The area is a maze of bars and a good starting point for club-hopping. Ice-cold beer is served here, which is sure to boost the mood at night. From the best cocktails to delicious food, Majong has everything you need for a great night out in Lisbon. Head to this bar and enjoy with your Escort Model under the charcoal lights of the remarkable bar.