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
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.