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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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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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 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
If there is anything that characterizes Portugal, is the character and customs of its people. Personality is certainly not something this great country lacks of. Here are some of the things I’ve picked up from living in Lisbon that called my attention so far The sun! The sun plays an important role in