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Rocha & Goncalo - what neighborhoods would you recommend for someone who will be making about 40k euros net annual (post all taxes, income and SS) wages, will have a car, be working near the British Hospital in the Luz neighborhood, not really a partier, ,wants subway access, but also wants to meet and 'live around locals'?

Somewhere near the Gulbenkian museum, or Chiado?

http://www.lisbonlux.com/magazine/want-t...hborhoods/

going off of this guide.
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(06-14-2017 02:46 PM)floor7 Wrote:  Rocha & Goncalo - what neighborhoods would you recommend for someone who will be making about 40k euros net annual (post all taxes, income and SS) wages, will have a car, be working near the British Hospital in the Luz neighborhood, not really a partier, ,wants subway access, but also wants to meet and 'live around locals'?

Somewhere near the Gulbenkian museum, or Chiado?

http://www.lisbonlux.com/magazine/want-t...hborhoods/

going off of this guide.

Personally, having a car, I prefer the zone between the downtown and the coast line (Cascais and so on). This includes Algés, Linda-a-Velha, Miraflores, etc..
With the subway acess and hospital da Luz factors, I would probably choose between Telheiras and Alto dos Moinhos
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(06-14-2017 02:11 PM)goncalo999 Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:31 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:29 PM)Rocha Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:15 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  UK, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, several areas of Italy and Spain..... definitely among the worst in europe

Ok, go to Bremen, Brussels or Frankfurt. It is lovely there.

is that supposed to be an irony? I have been to two of those.. certainly way better than the UK or Portugal where most women are fat and short.

You probably went to Alentejo then

Don't know where you get this from. Everytime I go to Beja, Évora or to the coastal cities I am always impressed by the quantity of fit and thin girls compared to Lisbon.

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(06-14-2017 02:46 PM)floor7 Wrote:  Rocha & Goncalo - what neighborhoods would you recommend for someone who will be making about 40k euros net annual (post all taxes, income and SS) wages, will have a car, be working near the British Hospital in the Luz neighborhood, not really a partier, ,wants subway access, but also wants to meet and 'live around locals'?

Somewhere near the Gulbenkian museum, or Chiado?

http://www.lisbonlux.com/magazine/want-t...hborhoods/

going off of this guide.

The neighborhood of Carnide ticks all your boxes.

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RE: Lisbon, Portugal
(06-15-2017 01:47 AM)Rocha Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 02:11 PM)goncalo999 Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:31 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:29 PM)Rocha Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:15 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  UK, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, several areas of Italy and Spain..... definitely among the worst in europe

Ok, go to Bremen, Brussels or Frankfurt. It is lovely there.

is that supposed to be an irony? I have been to two of those.. certainly way better than the UK or Portugal where most women are fat and short.

You probably went to Alentejo then

Don't know where you get this from. Everytime I go to Beja, Évora or to the coastal cities I am always impressed by the quantity of fit and thin girls compared to Lisbon.

Because I went to Beja recently and that was my impression, but I was really just saying that for saying.
Portuguese women are not fat at all, on the contrary
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(06-14-2017 02:46 PM)floor7 Wrote:  Rocha & Goncalo - what neighborhoods would you recommend for someone who will be making about 40k euros net annual (post all taxes, income and SS) wages, will have a car, be working near the British Hospital in the Luz neighborhood, not really a partier, ,wants subway access, but also wants to meet and 'live around locals'?

Somewhere near the Gulbenkian museum, or Chiado?

http://www.lisbonlux.com/magazine/want-t...hborhoods/

going off of this guide.

I would choose Laranjeiras area. Great access to speed ways, subway, supermarkets, universities(lots of chicks and young people live here). Lots of quality condos and apartments there, some of them there are higher class. Plus you can walk to work depending on the street you live
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I disagree that Portoghese girls are not hot. I was at Lisbon airport few weeks ago and saw many 7-8 that were Portoghese and young, although they did not seem interested in eye contact Sad
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(06-15-2017 01:47 AM)Rocha Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 02:11 PM)goncalo999 Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:31 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:29 PM)Rocha Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:15 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  UK, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, several areas of Italy and Spain..... definitely among the worst in europe

Ok, go to Bremen, Brussels or Frankfurt. It is lovely there.

is that supposed to be an irony? I have been to two of those.. certainly way better than the UK or Portugal where most women are fat and short.

You probably went to Alentejo then

Don't know where you get this from. Everytime I go to Beja, Évora or to the coastal cities I am always impressed by the quantity of fit and thin girls compared to Lisbon.

How is it running game in Évora? Are the college girls there easier than in Lisbon?

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If anyone is up to date with Lisbon I would love get an update on good clubs/bars for PU. I went to Lux which was a great club altough the local girls did not seem very social or to be in a party mood. I also went to EKA, they had great electronic music but the people there almost seemed depressed, no party vibe at all.

I am particularly curious about where to go Sun-Thu nights.

What are the best sites to look up where to go myself? "Viral agenda"?
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(07-02-2017 06:02 PM)AleBen Wrote:  If anyone is up to date with Lisbon I would love get an update on good clubs/bars for PU. I went to Lux which was a great club altough the local girls did not seem very social or to be in a party mood. I also went to EKA, they had great electronic music but the people there almost seemed depressed, no party vibe at all.

I am particularly curious about where to go Sun-Thu nights.

What are the best sites to look up where to go myself? "Viral agenda"?

Lust in Rio is the best club right now followed by Urban, Place, Lux and Main.
The best Bars and Pubs are probably in Pink street in cais do sodré
But it mostly depends on what music and type of girls you like.
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(07-02-2017 07:23 PM)player king of lisbon city Wrote:  
(07-02-2017 06:02 PM)AleBen Wrote:  If anyone is up to date with Lisbon I would love get an update on good clubs/bars for PU. I went to Lux which was a great club altough the local girls did not seem very social or to be in a party mood. I also went to EKA, they had great electronic music but the people there almost seemed depressed, no party vibe at all.

I am particularly curious about where to go Sun-Thu nights.

What are the best sites to look up where to go myself? "Viral agenda"?

Lust in Rio is the best club right now followed by Urban, Place, Lux and Main.
The best Bars and Pubs are probably in Pink street in cais do sodré
But it mostly depends on what music and type of girls you like.

Urban = easy lays but low quality girls. I usually compare Urban to Mcdonald's and Lux to some fancy restaurant
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Thanks for the tips, I will probably try them all out.

Ha, then I will have very low expectations on Urban, because Lux seemed to be frequented by very regular people. It was a nice mix though with tourists, locals, and different age groups.
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(07-07-2017 02:15 PM)AleBen Wrote:  Thanks for the tips, I will probably try them all out.

Ha, then I will have very low expectations on Urban, because Lux seemed to be frequented by very regular people. It was a nice mix though with tourists, locals, and different age groups.

In Urban you will fine every kind of girl: instagram/social media addicted portuguese girl, drunk erasmus girl, tourist on vacation mode girl, hipster girl, etc
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Can't beat this...Just hope nothing burns this weekend.

   

   

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Damn Rocha.....that's some good fuckin weather for late October. Is that normal for Lisbon?
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(10-27-2017 02:44 PM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  Damn Rocha.....that's some good fuckin weather for late October. Is that normal for Lisbon?

October and even till mid November can be pretty hot. We call it the Saint Martin summer (Martin of Tours, celebrated here on the 11th November).
Though this year is hotter than normal.

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(10-27-2017 02:55 PM)Rocha Wrote:  We call it the Saint Martin summer

Americans call it Indian Summer.

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Which one is hotter? Sevilla or Lisbon? Because everytime I check weather for Sevilla, it's +30

In fact, it was 32 just two days ago. How hot does it go in summer? Like 45?

By the way, I'm planning to come to Lisbon in near future. Where can I buy Benfica tickets? How much are they?
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(10-27-2017 06:15 PM)Rossi Wrote:  Which one is hotter? Sevilla or Lisbon? Because everytime I check weather for Sevilla, it's +30

In fact, it was 32 just two days ago. How hot does it go in summer? Like 45?

By the way, I'm planning to come to Lisbon in near future. Where can I buy Benfica tickets? How much are they?

Sevilla hotter, 45 there is common in the summer, the same applies to Santarém or Setúbal districts in Portugal.

Would be fun to meet )) Have not seen a Turk since coming back from Kiev 3 weeks ago )))

You can buy them by the stadium, 20€ more or less.

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(10-27-2017 06:43 PM)Rocha Wrote:  Sevilla hotter, 45 there is common in the summer, the same applies to Santarém or Setúbal districts in Portugal.

Would be fun to meet )) Have not seen a Turk since coming back from Kiev 3 weeks ago )))

You can buy them by the stadium, 20€ more or less.

Sure, let's meet. I've never seen a gypsie in my life, that's why I'm coming to Portugal for mrgreen
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(10-27-2017 08:41 PM)Rossi Wrote:  
(10-27-2017 06:43 PM)Rocha Wrote:  Sevilla hotter, 45 there is common in the summer, the same applies to Santarém or Setúbal districts in Portugal.

Would be fun to meet )) Have not seen a Turk since coming back from Kiev 3 weeks ago )))

You can buy them by the stadium, 20€ more or less.

Sure, let's meet. I've never seen a gypsie in my life, that's why I'm coming to Portugal for mrgreen

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Guys, if you are looking for an awesome restaurant run by a great couple, check out Paladarium while you are in Lisbon.

Also interesting was A Cevicheria, which you can grab a light snack from as you stand on the street. A little white wine and ceviche aids a long walking day!
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(10-28-2017 12:02 AM)TooFineAPoint Wrote:  Guys, if you are looking for an awesome restaurant run by a great couple, check out Paladarium while you are in Lisbon.

Also interesting was A Cevicheria, which you can grab a light snack from as you stand on the street. A little white wine and ceviche aids a long walking day!

Thanks for the tip. I've got a 5 hour stopover in Lisbon next week, so will pop into the center for lunch. Google says it's 45 minutes by metro.
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(10-27-2017 06:15 PM)Rossi Wrote:  Which one is hotter? Sevilla or Lisbon? Because everytime I check weather for Sevilla, it's +30

In fact, it was 32 just two days ago. How hot does it go in summer? Like 45?

By the way, I'm planning to come to Lisbon in near future. Where can I buy Benfica tickets? How much are they?

Online at http://www.slbenfica.pt or at Estádio da Luz (in Benfica Megastore).
The price will depend on the other team and competition. Also, you will pay more for not being associate
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(07-02-2017 07:23 PM)player king of lisbon city Wrote:  
(07-02-2017 06:02 PM)AleBen Wrote:  If anyone is up to date with Lisbon I would love get an update on good clubs/bars for PU. I went to Lux which was a great club altough the local girls did not seem very social or to be in a party mood. I also went to EKA, they had great electronic music but the people there almost seemed depressed, no party vibe at all.

I am particularly curious about where to go Sun-Thu nights.

What are the best sites to look up where to go myself? "Viral agenda"?

Lust in Rio is the best club right now followed by Urban, Place, Lux and Main.
The best Bars and Pubs are probably in Pink street in cais do sodré
But it mostly depends on what music and type of girls you like.

A bit late to reply.. But hopefully it's useful to someone.

Was in Lisbon last year.. The best play imo, is to start off in Bairro Alto.. It's a shit show, but if you can approach and find some targets there, then move with your target to Pink Street..

Not amazing places (I would consider most of them "Eurotrash" clubs), but it seems like around 2-3am, it gets pretty busy and a lot of people start to congregate there.
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