Façade of the Covilhã Church in Lisbon, Portugal ~ Ceramic tiles depicting various saints, (azulejos), adorn many Portugese walls & buildings. The art of decorative tiling was introduced in Portugal by the Moors over 5 centuries ago
Lisboa is the largest city and capital of Portugal with beautiful views and much preferred the tourists because of the beauty of the city. Lisbon has two sites listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site, Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery.
Charming streets and squares of old Lisbon. You wish to get lost here forever and just enjoy these rays of hot portuguese sun, aromas of freshly baked regional pastries, music on the streets and this ambient of a historical yet very modern Old Europe ca
Portuguese capital has been voted Best City Break Destination in Europe. This prestigious prize is awarded by the World Travel Awards ( WTA ) which is regarded by the Wall Street Journal as the " Oscars of the Travel Industry ".