Vertigo Bouldering Wall and Cafe

Top off your climb with a coffee and a tosta. Bora!

Avenida Infante Dom Henrique, Edifício Beira Rio, Fracção S
+351 967 890 179, website
Mon – Thu, 15h – 23h; Fri, 15h – 22h; Sat, 11h – 21h; Sun, 11h – 18h

Aside from being one of the first dedicated bouldering gyms in the city, and at this point the longest-running one that’s not connected to a certain federation, this is also a great place to just hang out. Not only can you take advantage of the well-diversified ratings of the wall, you can also make use of the upstairs workout area at the back if you want to get in a few push-ups, pull-ups, or channel your inner yogista. The staff is really nice, as is the atmosphere. Pop in for a climb or a slice of awesome chocolate cake and a beer at the cafe and just watch. Their tostas are pretty top-notch if you’re in for more than just sweets.

Vertigo Climbing Center Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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