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!