A Traveller’s Guide to Lisbon

Lisbon is unlike any other European capital you’ve been to. The perfect blend of modern and traditional, Lisbon welcomes all to join in the celebration of art, culture, food, nature, architecture, and the beauty of life itself. An absolute gem spread across seven hills, Lisbon is a city you’ll never want to stop exploring.

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Porto attractions: which should I see in 48 hours?

If you’ve only got 48 hours in one of Portugal’s most beautiful cities, then which Porto attractions should you see and why?

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Traditional dishes of Portugal

We explore the traditional foods of Portugal – from Polvo à Lagareiro and Caldo Verde to the famous Pastéis de Nata (Portuguese Custard Tarts).

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Pharmacia: Lisbon’s Pharmacy-themed Restaurant

Pharmacia, housed within Lisbon’s Pharmacy Museum, is pharmacy-themed restaurant unlike anything I’ve ever visited – making for a unique dining experience.

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Where to find Lisbon’s most luscious custard tarts

If you’re looking for the perfect place to try out the Portuguese delicacy of a custard tart, you can’t get any better than the Antiga Confeitaria de Belem, which can be found in the area of Lisbon where they are believed to have first been created.

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Five top apps for visiting Lisbon, Portgual

Here’s our list of the top five apps to download if you’re visiting Lisbon, Portugal.

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Convento do Carmo, Lisbon

Find out more about the beautiful Convento do Carmo in Lisbon.

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