Alfama, Lisbon , Portugal - lovely place to go! #travel #Portugal

Alfama, Lisbon - One of the most charming neighbourhoods of Lisbon with its characteristic maze of narrow streets, where you can enjoy a variety of Fado houses, local restaurants, trendy bars and picturesque houses // Portugal

The lift da Bica, inaugurated in 1892, is one of the major tourist attractions of Lisbon. It was electrified only in 1914, and is considered a national monument since 2002.

The lift da Bica, inaugurated in is one of the major tourist attractions of Lisbon. It was electrified only in and is considered a national monument since 2002 - Lisbon, Portugal

#lisbon #portugal #lisbon_trams

my path. my destination. My soul walks endlessly across your stone steps. and rides your rails in the music of your sighs.

The church of Mother of God, jewel of Portuguese Baroque is an integral part of a visit to the National Tile Museum.

Lisboa - Church of Mother of God, jewel of Portuguese Baroque (part of a visit to the National Tile Museum)

Campo Pequeno Arena #Lisboa #Portugal

Campo Pequeno Arena was here to watch football but the tickets was sold out.

Museum-house Amália Rodrigues in Rua de Sao Bento - Lisbon - Portugal

Museum-house Amália Rodrigues in Rua de Sao Bento, Lisbon - Portugal

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Invisible Cities, Portugal, Architecture Design, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Portuguese, Nova, Enchanted, Sketching

Restô do Chapitô, Arruda dos Vinhos, Portugal  | via Sivan Askayo

Check out this slideshow Chapito- a restaurant with a view in this list The Lisbonaire Flair

Queen Mary II - Terreiro do Paço

Queen Mary II - Terreiro do Paço from headind to the Atlantic Ocean

A guide to romantic Lisbon, Portugal | Via Girl in Florence | 19/03/2014 Truth be told, I have been obsessed with Lisbon ever since we got back from our #winteroadtrip...past December...This city is full of all sorts of interesting corners and neighborhoods, a place where your first impression is drastically different from your last. The contrasts here are so abundant, but that’s what I love about it.

A guide to romantic Lisbon, Portugal

A guide to romantic Lisbon, Portugal | Via Girl in Florence | 19/03/2014 Truth be told, I have been obsessed with Lisbon ever since we got back from our #winteroadtrip...past December...This city is full of all sorts of interesting corners and neighborhoods, a place where your first impression is drastically different from your last. The contrasts here are so abundant, but that’s what I love about it.

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