Are you fully prepared for your trip to Lisbon? Read our top 15 tips to make sure you are ready to make the most of your time! Tip 1: Embrace the local culture The first and most important tip is to live, eat and breathe Portuguese; make the Portuguese culture a part of your own!
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Looking for a romantic weekend away to surprise your loved one? Look no further, Lisbon is your answer! When looking for a romantic destination for a short cityscape, the first places that come to mind are popular cities such as Paris or Venice that have forever had a romantic connotation. As much as these cities
What better way to experience a new city than having a bite at one of Lisbon’s food markets, finding something unique at the flea markets, and diving into a new culture? We all know what Portugal is known for worldwide – sandy beaches and delicious gastronomy. We are going to focus our attention on the
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You have probably got an idea of an itinerary for when you’re visiting Lisbon, but there are some places that you really shouldn’t miss out on your list! Mostly because they are so unique to Lisbon so the type of thing you don’t see in every city! Read on to find out the top landmarks
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Lisbon is a very cultural and historical city, full of museums! However, there are so many different museums and it can be quite confusing for someone just arriving! Read on to find out everything you need to know about 5 of the most popular museums in Lisbon so you can figure out where you need
Looking for somewhere new and beautiful to visit that will not break the bank? Lisbon is the place to travel to on a budget! The city is full of history, culture, beautiful streets and landscapes and so much more but one of the best things about it is that it is a very affordable capital!
If you are planning your next trip and the final destination turns out to be Lisbon, the underground culture is all around. Street art, hippie associations and alternative cafés & bars are a must see during your stay. One of the places that could take you back in the years with its atmosphere and spirit
If you are planning a trip to Lisbon, you probably have an idea of what you want to see! However, there are some gems that you might have missed out in your itinerary preparation that you should definitely make time for! Visit the most picturesque districts of Lisbon! First of all, be sure to wander
Tuesday, 26 February 2019 by Discover Lisbon
Lisbon is known for its beautiful high viewpoints, houses covered in azulejos and iconic yellow trams. However, when you visit the city, you will notice quite a few surprising things you can find in Lisbon! Illegal Chinese Restaurants Around the area of Mouraria, just next to the Martin Moniz square, often hidden away in inconspicuous
Lisbon is one of the smallest capitals in Europe with a population of just under 600 000 but still has something for everyone! The postcard-perfect city of Lisbon with its huge variety of interesting and fun things to do and see should definitely be on your bucket list! Food and Wine The Portuguese love their