The Strip is the place where evening and night-life happens for those who do not wish to be inside their hotel or a disco (say): it is crowded, boisterous, mostly good-humoured and an easy stop-over spot to enjoy a beer (or six) before heading for the 'Old Town' and its square surrounded by restaurants.
The shops offer every conceivable kind...
I loved the strip, the music, the lights, the hussle and bussle. Lots of bars, lots of dancing, lots of eating with shops inbetween. Not just for the youngsters, there was a mix of all ages there. Lots of touts but they don't give you to much bother if you politely say no. Quiet during the day but it was...
Pricey drinks with reasonably priced local versions, lots of nightlife. Gift shops galore and the usual collection of restaurants, cafes and kebab shops.
we were there during Portugal's Euro 2016 campaign and the place lit up!
If you want a lively place to collect yourself a hangover from whilst relieving your pocket of all that pesky cash you took on...
What can I say
This place is mad best time for us oldies 50+ was from 9 to midnight then hot foot to the quite area .
We was there when Portugal won the semi finale of euro 16 the place just went crazy but so pleased we was there mad us feel young again
Came here with my girlfriend and 6 other friends for a week and despite not being a big partygoer I did enjoy it. At one end are cocktail bars, restaurants and cafe's for lunch, dinner and tat shops and then it slowly moves into the clubs and bars for the nightlife. Some bars are very quiet, some are packed and...