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 is famous for the ‘pastel de nata’ – the Portuguese custard tart. It’s ingredients are quite simple: a puff pastry filled with a custard tart made of cream, egg yolk, sugar, flour and lemon zest. However with so many places to taste these tarts, competition to be the best is high! We have selected
Are you looking to discover ‘true’ Lisbon? If so, you have come to the right place without tours! Here are our top 4 recommended tours to help you Discover Lisbon during summer 2018! Sintra Tour A mystical fairy-tale, 40 minutes from Lisbon. Immerse yourself in the mystery and fantasy of one of the most
Pastel de nata is a portuguese egg tart 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. You should be careful though, not all places have
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.