Lisbon's riverside district
Along the riverfront is Cais do Sodré, a district that has been reborn in recent years and has become one of the coolest and most dynamic neighbourhoods in Lisbon.
Cais do Sodré emerged as an area where ships were built and from where sailors arrived and left. Thus, the area became famous for the activities related to sailors, both by day and by night.
Nowadays, after a great urban rehabilitation, this is one of the most lively areas of Lisbon. There is a great cultural offer and restaurants, cafes, pubs, also promoted by the emblematic Pink Street, one of the main streets of night entertainment in the city.
The rehabilitation of the Ribeira Market also begun to attract more and more visitors, both residents of the city and tourists. It is a market that has existed since the 19th century and was transformed in 2014 into the Time Out Market: a large restaurant area where you can find gastronomic samples of various gourmet chefs as well as typically Portuguese snacks and dishes.
Ribeira das Naus is another project that has boosted the river promenade between Cais do Sodré and Praça do Comércio and where people will stroll and relax.
The neighbourhood is easily accessible thanks to the presence of the metro and a large network of buses and trams. At the same time, the train station connects the district to the west coast of Lisbon, in half an hour you reach the beautiful beaches of Cascais, and the fluvial station connects Lisbon to the south bank which is also a pleasant ride.
This cosmopolitan area of the city is undergoing great transformation and requalification, offering not only numerous quality residential projects but also new hotels and cultural spaces that are making this area increasingly attractive to residents but also to investors and tourists.