If a colorful surrounding is what you’re looking for, Príncipe Real is the neighborhood to head to. At Lost In, purple, pink, and yellow furnishings decorate the terrace bar at the back of an Indian shop. The views here are on the terrace, and it also looks over the city and towards the castle.
The gradually sloping exterior of the new MAAT building has stairs built in so visitors can walk straight to the roof. Standing directly alongside the Tejo River, the 360-degree panoramic views include a unique angle of the river, the 25th of April Bridge and the Cristo Rei Monument. Inside, the museum acts as a meeting ground for curious minds to delve into the categories of art, architecture, and technology, three subjects that symbolize Lisbon’s modern, progressive face and its hopes for the future.