Lisbon/Almada. A walk along Cais do Ginjal.

Cacilhas Almada

Cais do Ginjal Cacilhas

Cais do Ginjal mural

Cais do Ginjal Almada

Cais do Ginjal sunset

Cais do Ginjal

Fishermen Cacilhas

Graffiti in Cacilhas

Street Art at Cais do Ginjal

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Walking along Cais do Ginjal during sunset is probably one of the most beautiful things you can do in Lisbon. Or to be correct: in Almada, while seeing Lisbon across the Tejo. At the end of your walk along the river, passing graffiti-covered abandoned buildings and many fishermen, you’ll get to two restaurants: Ponto Final and Atira-te ao Rio, which are both equally good in service and quality.

Atira-te ao Rio and Ponto Final

How to get there: Take the ferry from Cais do Sodre to Cacilhas (Almada) and then walk along the river towards the bridge until you get to the restaurants.

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