Portuguese Alheira, Lardons and Asparagus Pasta... And things I miss about Lisbon | by Ishay Govender-Ypma, Food and the Fabulous 18.07.2012 | Photo: ornate pavement Lisbon image #Portugal

Portuguese Alheira, Lardons and Asparagus Pasta. And things I miss about Lisbon

Traditional Lisbon pastries

Pastel de Nata: the Portuguese pastry of excellence! Lovely custard with a sprinkle of Cinnamon. Pastéis de Belém from Antiga Confeitaria de Belém in Lisbon are.

Traditional Lisbon pastries

Pastel de Nata: the Portuguese pastry of excellence! Lovely custard with a sprinkle of Cinnamon. Pastéis de Belém from Antiga Confeitaria de Belém in Lisbon are.

La fascinante Lisboa | Via National Geographic España | November 2014 Un paseo para saborear la nostalgia de sus barrios y las nuevas propuestas artísticas~ #Portugal

La fascinante Lisboa | Via National Geographic España | November 2014 Un paseo para saborear la nostalgia de sus barrios y las nuevas propuestas artísticas~ #Portugal

The 11 best street foods worth blowing your diet over - Lonely Planet

The 11 best street foods worth blowing your diet over

Pasteis de nata-- egg tart pastries: 17 Incredible Desserts From Around The World

Why Lisbon? & Three perfect days | Via EncompassMag In terms of cultural value, I found Lisbon to be loaded with everything tourists go nuts for in other European countries, including traditional food and drink, old-world architecture, and a local population that speaks near-perfect English. But what sets Lisbon apart from every other European destination is precisely what I believe will make Americans feel so much at home. It looks just like San Francisco. #Portugal

Eléctricos (trams similar to San Francisco's trolley cars) run up the steep hill to Barrio Alto.


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