Lisbon has reawakened and is now one of Europe’s coolest city break destinations. The words “new” and “cool” hadn’t been associated with the Portuguese capital since the 16th century, when it ruled over the world’s first global empire, extending from Brazil to India.
Vasco da Gama’s expedition to the East brought it cultures and a touch of the exotic that Europe had never seen before spices (cinnamon, pepper, ginger), foods (potatoes, pineapples, tea) and animals such as the elephant and rhinoceros that paraded by the city’s waterfront.
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- Lisbon: 15 TravelTips
Published by Beeloved City: Culture and Travel Blog
Lisbon is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It’s full of history, pretty landmarks, lively neighbourhoods and restaurants serving delicious food. No matter what you do, you can be sure you will have a very good time here however, to make the best of your trip, we decided to put together this list of travel tips to help you plan your trip to Lisbon.
- 10 Best Places To See In Lisbon – Portugal
Published by Hand Luggage Only
Lisbon is, in my opinion, one of the best European cities to visit. Not only is it totally gorgeous, but there’s a whole heap of the best places to see in Lisbon that are dotted across all the neighbourhoods. Plus, you’ve got the fairytale-like spots like Sintra that are a stone’s throw from the city itself.
- Lisbon Travel Guide
Published by Bartravel - Sigalit Bar
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, a city where modernity goes hand in hand with ancient buildings of the past – is a fascinated and special tourist city, with its history interlaced with it nearly at every step. It is considered as one of the oldest capitals in Europe. The city is built on seven hills, within between narrow and colorful alleys. At the top of each hill, there is a unique observation point with a different angle over the city and its landscape.
- 25 Tips for Your First Trip to Lisbon
Published by Casual Travelist
Lisbon, Portugal seems to be on everyone’s travel radar these days. Europe’s second oldest capital is equal parts grit and grandeur with both a timeless appeal and modern allure. Lisbon has centuries of history and tradition but is also fiercely independent with a creative streak which makes it one of the most captivating cities in Europe. With so much to see, do and eat planning to travel to Lisbon can be a little daunting, but armed with these tips you can make your first trip to Lisbon one to remember.
- 23 reasons why Lisbon should be your next city break
Published by Telegraph Media Group Limited
Lisbon, which tonight hosts the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, rose 10 places to 16th in the World’s Best Cities category at last year's Telegraph Travel Awards, voted for by more than 90,000 readers. Here's why it's been proving so popular.
- Lisbon: Heritage & Culture
Published by Turismo de Lisboa Visitors & Convention Bureau
Lisbon welcomes you with a rich cultural heritage that continues to grow every day. Discover the legacy left by the civilizations that inhabited the city throughout the centuries and the homage paid by artists. Let the river and Fado embrace you and enjoy those so special things that make Lisbon unique.
- Gluten-Free Lisbon: A Travel Guide for Celiacs
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Traveling to Lisbon soon and looking for the best gluten-free restaurants? Look no further, our comprehensive gluten-free Lisbon guide has the best restaurants to eat in safely, as well as helpful tools and tips, such as a free gluten-free Portuguese restaurant card to help you safely navigate Lisbon on a strict gluten-free diet...
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- Lima Escape Camping & Glamping
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With its privileged location surrounded by rivers Lima, Froufe and Tamente and with Serra Amarela in the background, Lima Escape Camping and Glamping is a true Nature retreat. Traditional camping areas coexist with Glamping ares – romantic Glamour tents and charming lodges built in the style of a “Wooden Treehouse” or the “Colour Lodges”. The overall mountain environment is calm and peaceful.
- 7 free activities to do in Porto – Portugal
Published by Steve Haenisch aka BackPackerSteve
Rich history, Nice location on the sea & the Douro river estuary, Port wine and a fun nightlife – this is Porto! With around 240.000 inhabitants it is the second largest city in Portugal but still nice & charming with semi-Mediterranean climate and medieval as well as modern living side by side. But what to do there on a Budget? Here you go – with a list of totally free things to do in Porto!
- The best beach trails in Porto and the North
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- The Euro – Currency Exchange in other world currencies
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The Euro is the official currency of the European Union in circulation since 1998, about 23 years. In addition, 38 other countries use this money, see the FAQ for more details. The euro is abbreviated by the currency code EUR by ISO:4217 standard, and sign € it's a symbol.
- How to Get a Visa to Visit Europe?
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To visit Europe, you need to apply for a Schengen visa. This visa allows you to visit any country in the Schengen Area (and outside of it) for 90 days within 180 days. Keep in mind that this visa is issued for tourism purposes, so you cannot work or do business while in Europe with a short-term Schengen visa...
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