Av. 24 de Julho
This busy avenue running parallel to the Tagus river is known for having the city's largest concentration of clubs. The closest Metro station is Cais do Sodré.
Bairro alto is a highly multicultural and bohemian district where you can find plenty of restaurants, bars and discos. It is a perfect place to have a typically Portuguese dinner, with some Fado, and at the same time enjoy Lisbon’s traditional nightlife. You can find live music, karaoke clubs and bars where to comfortably sit and chat, or you can simply grab a drink and walk while enjoying the classical architecture of the city. Metro stop Baixa-Chiado will leave you 5 minutes away from the entrance to Bairro Alto.
Between Tagus river and a busy avenue, this is a place to visit if you are mainly looking for bars and discos. You can also found restaurants with a lovely view over theTagus river and Lisbon’s southern shore. You can get on the Metro and get off at Cais do Sodré to meet this area of town.
Parque das Nações
This Park lies on a strip of land 5 km long by the river Tagus and a third of it is made up of green spaces. Here, architecture and art join nature in a happy marriage offering a very special leisure area unique in Portugal. You will mainly find bars and restaurants where you can enjoy traditional Portuguese flavors but also exotic ones like Indian and Japanese. After dinner you can have a walk by Tagus river and go to a bar or to the casino. This particular area of town is high end and will allow you to meet a different type of Lisbon nightlife. See more here. Metro station Oriente is the nearest to Parque das Nações.