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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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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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!
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
1. Lisbon is the second oldest capital in Europe After Athens in Greece, Lisbon is one of the oldest capitals in Europe. Lisbon’s history extends back to the pre-Roman era. After, the Romans, Germans and the Moors ruled the city before 1147. 1147 saw the takeover of the city by the Portuguese Christian crusaders who
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Lisbon’s street art is always changing! Why not join us on our Street Art tour every Saturday to discover the hidden art of the city for yourself! 1. Leftist Propaganda – Bairro Alto After the revolution in 1974 in which the Portuguese dictator Salazar was overthrown, leftist propaganda appeared all over the streets of
There is always so much going on this vibrant city that sometimes it is impossible to know where to start! So, to help you discover Lisbon in the best way, we have found the top 5 best apps for visiting Lisbon! 1. Lisboa Cool This genuinely is one of the coolest travel apps ever!
We know that traveling on a budget is sometimes difficult, so here are our ideas to explore Lisbon without over-spending… Explore cheap museums and galleries Lisbon offers many amazing museums and galleries that are cheap to enter (or even free!) every day. So, if you’re looking to escape the rain or sun during your
I have always strongly believed that aside from visiting a country and exploring its history, another great way to feel immersed in the country’s culture is through its music. This is a different and perhaps more abstract, yet very real, way to understand the mindset of the native people and the cultural identity of the
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Pastel de nata is a portuguese tart egg pastry that can be found in almost every corner in Portugal. Crispy on the outside, sweet and creamy on the inside the pastel de nata is an absolute must for a traveler’s experience to try this local treasure.