Are you looking for a good place to watch football in Lisbon? Now that the Euro 2016 cup has ended and Portugal has won the trophy, the city is decorated with national flags on every balcony and in all the windows. The football fever is here to stay as the Portuguese championship is almost starting. There are plenty of places to watch it, from small corner cafes to sport bars. The hardest part, it’s tough to choose one.
If you want to check a great atmosphere, take a step inside one of the vintage cafés like Café Império if you prefer to have a decent meal and have some cold beers while seated.
If the weather’s fine, why not to go to Esplanada da Mata and enjoy the quietness of one the unknown parks in Lisbon? Well… at least until football’s on the screen, then it will be noisy as usual, but one thing I’m sure: Excellent staff, great toasts and cold beer.
Usually, near the football stadiums there’s a lot of places screening football all afternoon. As long as you’re not supporting their rivals you should be ok.
If the weather’s not that great, one of my favourite places to watch football is at one of the many cafés at Telheiras quarter and it’s cool to watch it with a group of friends. It’s not quiet at all… and that’s good!
What else do you need? Gooooolooooooo!!! 😉
Best places to watch football | Art & culture, Bars, Snacks
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