The allure of Lisbon - Lesser known spots and secrets - via El Pais 13.04.2015 | Portugal’s capital is experiencing a tourism boom like no other major European city. El País singles out some of its lesser-known spots in search of the secrets of its success...

The allure of Lisbon

A capital portuguesa tem cada vez mais admiradores. 30 dicas com lugares secretos, mirantes magníficos e botequins

10 Coolest Hostels in Lisbon, Portugal according to HostelsClub 11.03.2015 | Ready to explore the delights of the sunshine city of Lisbon? The star attraction of Portugal features dozens of amazing, design-conscious and upmarket hostels for you to rest your head and feet, after a busy day of exploring the city of typical bright yellow trams and the breathtaking adventures of Vasco da Cama. Photo: Yellow tram in Lisbon

Emprestando o lirismo que impera absoluto na cidade, Lisboa pode ser definida como a capital europeia que sempre olha para mundos distantes e desconhecidos

Alfama district, Lisbon, Portugal - via Tails of Wonders 27.04.2015 | Alfama is like a medieval village, not only because it’s small and has a provincial feel, but also thanks to its community of people who lived here their whole life and know each other pretty well.

Alfama district, Lisbon, Portugal - via Tails of Wonders 27.04.2015 | Alfama is like a medieval village, not only because it’s small and has a provincial feel, but also thanks to its community of people who lived here their whole life and know each other pretty well.

Lisbon Guide - Stay, Eat and Do! by Two Worlds One Life 11.03.2015 | Like many other cities, Lisbon is split into many different areas/districts; you have old town (Alfama), the hip area or hangout district (Baixa/Chiado) and the party places (Barrio Alto). Besides these three areas, you can go west along the coast and find some fancy/wealthier areas, go northeast along the coast and find a beautiful newly developed area, or go across the bridges to find even more great places.

Lisbon Guide - Stay, Eat and Do! by Two Worlds One Life 11.03.2015 | Like many other cities, Lisbon is split into many different areas/districts; you have old town (Alfama), the hip area or hangout district (Baixa/Chiado) and the party places (Barrio Alto). Besides these three areas, you can go west along the coast and find some fancy/wealthier areas, go northeast along the coast and find a beautiful newly developed area, or go across the bridges to find even more great places.

Lisbon Guide - Stay, Eat and Do! by Two Worlds One Life 11.03.2015 | Like many other cities, Lisbon is split into many different areas/districts; you have old town (Alfama), the hip area or hangout district (Baixa/Chiado) and the party places (Barrio Alto). Besides these three areas, you can go west along the coast and find some fancy/wealthier areas, go northeast along the coast and find a beautiful newly developed area, or go across the bridges to find even more great places.

Lisbon Guide - Stay, Eat and Do! by Two Worlds One Life 11.03.2015 | Like many other cities, Lisbon is split into many different areas/districts; you have old town (Alfama), the hip area or hangout district (Baixa/Chiado) and the party places (Barrio Alto). Besides these three areas, you can go west along the coast and find some fancy/wealthier areas, go northeast along the coast and find a beautiful newly developed area, or go across the bridges to find even more great places.

Lissabon (Portugal): Zeit zu zweit - via Travel on Toast 14.02.2015 | Ob herrliche Plätze, prächtige Bauten oder verwinkelten Gassen, Lissabon eignet sich hervorragend, um zu Fuß erkundet zu werden. Neben grandiosen Bauwerken ist die Stadt am Wasser gebaut und bietet tolle Ausflugsmöglichkeiten am Flussufer. Dabei ist zu beachten dass Lissabon – ebenso wie Rom – auf sieben Hügel erbaut wurde.

Lissabon (Portugal): Zeit zu zweit

Lissabon (Portugal): Zeit zu zweit - via Travel on Toast 14.02.2015 | Ob herrliche Plätze, prächtige Bauten oder verwinkelten Gassen, Lissabon eignet sich hervorragend, um zu Fuß erkundet zu werden. Neben grandiosen Bauwerken ist die Stadt am Wasser gebaut und bietet tolle Ausflugsmöglichkeiten am Flussufer. Dabei ist zu beachten dass Lissabon – ebenso wie Rom – auf sieben Hügel erbaut wurde.


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