Lisbon’s so-called secret district is now a very distinctive district, it's a far cry from those labelled as tourist districts or “cool” and “hipster” areas. It offers visitors and locals an authentic, artistic atmosphere that is quite simply enthralling.
The walls of it's buildings have turned, for some years now, into giant canvases where local and international artists reflect their creativity, giving the area great character and personality. Marvila is very much a creative and cultural pocket of the capital and plays host to urban festivals and cultural events.
Furthermore, the former 19th century wine cellars, Craft beer establishments, traditional storehouses, small art galleries and work spaces for artists and innovative people have turned this corner of the Portuguese capital, on the banks of the Tejo River, into a melting pot of the city’s past and present. Without a doubt, one of the most interesting, charming and authentic areas of Lisbon to spend a pleasant afternoon or evening.Lisbon airport is just 10 minutes drive away.
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