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Lisbon Sunset Small-Group Walking Tour with Fado Performance
"Start your Lisbon walking tour by joining your local guide in one of the city's most imposing squares the Praça dos Restauradores. This famous landmark commemorates Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640 and is a great starting point to discover the city's history and traditions.Walk along Gates Sant Antão street (Rua das Portas de Santo Anta a building that showcases the culture history music and food of the Alentejo region of Portugal. Then visit a famous tavern in the city where many Lisbon locals go to.Step back in time and enjoy a short ride on a vintage tram to enjoy a short ride on the vintage Tram 28 – a local transport l some of the city’s best-kept secrets. From this excellent viewpoint one of the best-kept secrets of the city
From EUR62.00
 
Private Tour: Lisbon Walking Tour
"Meet your guide in central Lisbon and set off on your private walking tour of this fascinating city.Stop first in Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio) Lisbon’s main meeting place since the Middle Ages. Gaze at the fountains and buildings and admire the 19th-century black and white wave-shaped mosaics that cover the square.Walk to Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores) where a 98-foot (30-meter) high obelisk commemorates Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640. Here take in the art deco Eden Theatre building 18th-century Foz Palace and Liberdade Avenue the 19th-century boulevard that is Lisbon’s main lifeblood.Also
From EUR23.00
 
Family Tour: Essential Lisbon
"First time family visitors to Lisbon? Then this is the perfect walking tour for you. You'll be introduced to the most important sights of the city center and invite you and your family to discover some hidden treasures. Did you know that Portugal had a r you and your kids will get to know the neighborhoods of Baixa Bica Bairro Alto and Chiado while walking through the various districts. Hear some of the fascinating stories that are being told about Lisbon and its inhabitants the ‘alfacinhas’ (little lettuce heads as they are called). Learn about the most important symbols of the city and biggest events in Lisbon’s history: the conquest of the city the Discoveries
From EUR40.00

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Most importantly: bring some sturdy shoes

Lisbon is often nicknamed the "city of seven hills". These hills are very steep, and most often the streets or stairs leading up there are not in very good condition. The cobblestoned pavements...
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Bring and wear FLAT shoes

Lisbon is completely covered in cobblestones - uneven and very slippery cobblestones. Plus, the up and down terrain throughout the city makes for very treacherous walking if you are in anything but...
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The Rough Guide to Lisbon

I usually borrow guide books from a library for my travels, but sometimes I feel like I have to buy a guide book just to make my bookshelf look well travelled. As I was really looking forward to...
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Something for windy nights

Even if the locals warned me,I didn´t belive how chilly it might be at summer.I really had not enough long sleeved shirts.My husband did not even take his jeans with him,because at hollidays in Italy...
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Lisbon...

Most of Lisbon is quite steep and full of cobbledstone streets. So trolleys don't always work well in the streets. If you come from Europe using a low cost company don't forget that they charge for...
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Pack as Light as You Can

Pack as light as you can, it is a big advice I assure you. A study has proved that a large percentage of what you pack is never used. In the winter it rains often so an umbrella or rain coat is a good...
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Mediterranean climate

First of all: very comfortable shoes because Lisbon is on different hills so it has been build up and down. Take a stroll with high heels will be a nightmare for every woman. On the other hand, I...
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Free map of Lisbon

Don't forget to pick up a free map of Lisbon at the Tourist Information Office or at the Lisbon Welcome Centre. I got a map which was sponsored by "El Corte Ingles", which is a big department...
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Stuff to bring for a weekend

We were only there for a weekend, so I just brought my backpack, a handbag, and a money belt. Comfortable shoes for walking on those cobblestone streets, light summery clothes (it can get hot in...
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Guidebooks

There are very good guidebook in libraries, bookstores and Tourism Office to know what you should not miss in Lisbon. I usually go to the Tourism Office and there I found maps and simple...
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Good shoes a must

Nearly every street and plaza in Lisbon is cobbled, which can be hell on your feet if you're spending all day walking around from one sight to another, so do yourself a favour and make sure you have...
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Lisbon in Spring

If you must reach your hotel walking, think to the narrow sidewalks of the city, to sloping streets and to the smatched soils. Lisbon is closed to the sea and the wind can be a bit cold even on...
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Climate in Lisbon

The rainy season is between October - May, summers keep mostly dryAvg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 19 – 22°C ( 66 - 71°F ); min: 12 - 14°C ( 53 - 57°F )Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 26 – 29°C ( 79 -...
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take very little...

if possible - and if flying out of Lisbon, bring only carry-on luggage. there's only one line where people queue up at the airport - meaning there are VERY long queues to check in your luggage. But...
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Top Hotels in Lisbon

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Rua do Pau de Bandeira, 4, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1249-021, Portugal
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Rua Rodrigues Sampaio 17, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-278, Portugal
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Rua Das Janelas Verdes 47, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1200-690, Portugal
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Rua 10 De Dezembro 123, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1200-359, Portugal
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Rua das Cozinhas 2, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1100-181, Portugal
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Rua da Betesga 3, Rossio, Lisbon, 1100-090, Portugal
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Top Things to Do in Lisbon

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Castelo de São Jorge

Since its Moorish beginnings, the Castelo de Sao Jorge has taken a beating, but it has not really seen much action. The castle was built by the Moors, but taken in a rare success during the Second...
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Torre de Belém - Tower of Belém

This tower was part of the Tagus river defense system It has been built betwen 1514 and 1520. It is one of the most popular building of Lisbon if not of all Portugal and it is one of the architectural...
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Oceanario de Lisboa

Housed in a magnificent building, stuck out in the waters of the dock like some oil rig tugged in for repairs, is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe: The Lisbon Oceanarium. Inside you will find a...
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Mosteiro dos Jerónimos - Jerónimos Monastery

Jerónimos Monastery is a testament to the explosion of riches that Portugal inherited after the discovery of the New World. The world turned on its axis and its centre moved from East to West, leaving...
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Alfama Quarter

This is the oldest part of Lisbon, where muslims lived when they invaded the city, until they were expelled. You will find the cathedral and narrow streets with bars and restaurants offering authentic...
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Day Trips:

Get there by train from Ross station, quite frequent and about 30 minutes. In Sintra you have 2 circuit bus lines taking you to all the major sights, bus 434 (€ 5) to Pena park with Pena Palace...
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"Keeweechic's Lisbon"
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"My home town"
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"Ahh, LISBON....Esta tao bonita como sempre."
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