Lisbon City Break

Lisbon is a small city, but it has unique scenery that envies so many other destinations in Europe. Built on seven hills, and with the Tagus River always by its side, the streets of the Portuguese capital are full of people and stories. From memories of the Moorish neighbourhood of Alfama, Bairro Alto, the epicenter of bohemian life, Belém, where you can taste the famous pastels of Belém, even Parque das Nações, a refurbished industrial zone that served as the venue for Expo 98. In the characteristic light of the city, the various viewpoints and gardens offer breathtaking views, such as the Tobacco Gardens or São Pedro de Alcântara Viewpoint. Areas that open the way to Chiado, where there is the statue of the famous writer Fernando Pessoa (in front of the café A Brasileira), Baixa Pombalina, Praça do Comércio, Rua Augusta to Rossio, the old medieval market of the city. Lisbon, the city of noble navigators, the passage through the Monument of the Discoveries, which shows the year of the arrival of the Portuguese to the various territories of the globe, is a must. From other times, the visit to Largo do Carmo is equally important from the story that tells – this is where the Carnation Revolution began on April 25, 1974, a moment that brought freedom to the Portuguese and the city.


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