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A Local’s Guide To Lisbon

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Lisbon, Portugal is home to scenic streets, a rich history, fabulous weather, and delicious food, making it the perfect city to explore on a long weekend away!

Be a Culture Vulture

The perfect place for a day of exploring, Belem is the setting for many of Lisbon’s most iconic tourist attractions featuring the UNESCO World Heritage site of Torre de Belém, the Jerónimos Monastery and the original Coach Museum. If you are visiting between August and September you will be able to catch the Lisboa na Rua festival in a variety of locations. From jazz to Fado, you will be able to enjoy free performances in squares, gardens and miradouros across the city.

Explore the Sites

A trip to the beautiful village of Sintra is a must when visiting Lisbon, with its stunning castles and ancient palaces the romantic architecture it really is something to behold. From the labyrinth of forested pathways that surround the vibrant Palacio de Pana to the Quinta da Regaleira an extravagant 19th century gothic mansion. If exploring by foot is not for you, trams are the ideal way to discover some of Lisbon’s sites. The most popular route is that of the no.28 which runs from Martim Moniz to Campo de Ourique with the option of hopping on and off at any point.

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