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One of my favorite series to share on the blog is certainly about the coffee shops you have to visit when traveling. With this edition, these 5 coffee shops not to miss in Lisbon showcase how incredible the coffee culture is in this Portuguese city. Coffee is a big part of what I love to seek out while traveling.

5 Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Lisbon

My husband and I have a new tradition of grabbing a bag of beans at the coffee shop we love to take home as a memory. Nothing ever beats a great coffee shop where the decor is on point, the baristas are friendly, and of course, where they serve incredible coffee. You know how much I love Lisbon, if you don’t, be sure to check out this post on my restaurant recommendations, a recent 4-night itinerary, and a local’s guide to Lisbon. It’s a vibrant city and each time I go return, there’s a new coffee shop to check out. I remember my first trip, there were only maybe one or two good spots and this past trip, I couldn’t even get to all of them! Lisbon is constantly growing and I love how our generation is pouring into the community and creating a space for locals and visitors to come together.

So for those who love caffeinating as much as I do, here you go:

5 Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Lisbon


1. Copenhagen Coffee Lab – Praca das Flores
R. Nova da Piedade 10, 1200-298 Lisboa, Portugal

5 Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Lisbon

2. Hello, Kristof
R. do Poço dos Negros 103, 1200 Lisboa, Portugal

5 Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Lisbon

3. Wish Slow Coffee House
Largo da Trindade 17, 1200-156 Lisboa, Portugal

5 Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Lisbon

4. Dear Breakfast
R. Gaivotas 17, 1200-649 Lisboa, Portugal

5 Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Lisbon

5. Fabrica Coffee Roasters
Portugal, Rua das Portas de Santo Antão 136, 1150-265 Lisboa, Portugal
(*couldn’t photograph but here’s a link to give an idea!)

 


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Xx,
Jessica

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