If the Lisbon nightlife doesn’t speak to you, get yourself to the other bank. At Ginjal Terrasse, in Cacilhas, there are concerts, DJ sets, exhibitions and even tango lessons, all on the riverbank. If you prefer, you can also make your way there in the late afternoon to have a few drinks with a gorgeous view over Lisbon. The last boat from Cacilhas to Cais do Sodré is at 1.20am and the first one is at 5.20am, so it’s nice to know there are things to do on this side of the river while you wait.
If we can give you a piece of friendly advice, it would be to hop on a boat: the city looks even more beautiful from the other bank. And believe us: there's plenty to enjoy. Rent a bike and skip the hills (yes, it's possible), drink a mojito with your feet in the water (or almost), get a selfie in an incredible elevator, and spend a night facing Lisbon. The Tagus is full of possibilities, but we'll leave you with seven ideas of things to do near the river in Lisbon.
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