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  • Park and palace of Monserrate

    Hello dear readers this time around we are going to talk about a place that I have visited in the summer. This past summer I decided to visit a friend of mine in Portugal along with some other friends. Our plan was to spend a few days in Lisbon and on the last day of...

    0 by nahom, in What to see Lisbon, 7 months ago
  • Tasca do chico

    Hello and welcome back to another adventure as we go together to discover the marvels which can be found in this beautiful west european country: the one and only Portugal. I had a chance to visit this country in the last summer, thanks to a dear friend I met while  I...

    0 by nahom, in Where to eat Lisbon, 9 months ago
  • Castelo de São Jorge

    One sunny afternoon you can mount the small hill on top of which you'll find this charming castle. Try to do it on a normal day, not on a weekend or during holidays, because you will have more peace and quiet this way. The castle is one of the most iconic spots in the...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Lisbon, 9 months ago
  • Oceanario

    Of course, Lisbon has many museums, galleries and other cultural delicacies to offer. Just walking around the streets you will see many wonders and monuments that are worth stopping for, ice cream shops that will become your new favourites or charming viewpoints and...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Lisbon, 10 months ago
  • Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum)

    While in Lisbon, you should definitely visit one of its most beautiful museums: Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum). It is located close to the Tagus river in an ex-monastery, next to a beautiful chapel, full of beautifully painted traditional white and...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Lisbon, 10 months ago
  • Delícias do Mar

    A great Chinese restaurant with good quality food such as sushi. Normally full so arrive early or reserve a table. Group menus depend on how much each person eats and drinks, so at times it's not that cost effective. It's located next to Vasco da Gama shopping centre...

    0 by Molly, in Where to eat Lisbon, 10 months ago
  • Gulbenkian Calous Garden

    This garden is the prime space to relax and meet up with friends, go out with a partner or to get away from the busy city life. In this garden, in the middle, we can find the museum "Fundação Gulbenkian" where you can see a variety of expositions as well as peek at...

    0 by Molly, in What to see Lisbon, 10 months ago
  • Martim Moniz

    This square is located in the end of Avenida Almirante de Reis and is also the continuation of the cultural variety of the avenue. Here you can find lots of bars, caffes, restaurants and markets. There is a really nice rooftop that overlooks the square and the Saint...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, 11 months ago
  • Avenida Almirante de Reis

    This avenue is the most international place in Lisbon. Here you can find so many different nationalities: Turkish, Nepalese, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, China, and the same goes for African countries. If you wish to find something unusual and you can not find it in...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, 11 months ago
  • Parque Eduardo Sétimo

    Parque Eduardo Sétimo is a big park in Lisbon whose name is in honor of England's King Edward the Seventh, after his visit to the country in the twentieth century. The park is located in the heart of Lisbon. It goes from the top of the São Sebastião hill to the...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, 11 months ago
  • Terreiro do Paço

    Terreiro do Paço, ou Praça do Comércio, is one of the biggest squares in Lisbon and in Europe. It's name comes from the commerce that happened here. It is located right in front of the Tagus river, and in the heart of the city's historical center. It is really wide,...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to see Lisbon, 11 months ago
  • DejaVu

    If you are a dart or snooker lover, then you should come to this place. It is a place that is full of students, it is where people gather to see football games, drink a beer and smoke smoke some cigars. Some even study in it, others just go for the snooker and darts. It...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to do Lisbon, 11 months ago
  • MAAT

    If you're either a portuguese resident, an erasmus student here or even just a student still considering your options you should definitely know about this place.  By now you must be wondering what the hell does MAAT mean and well. let me tell you, MAAT stands for...

    0 by Beatriz, in What to see Lisbon, one year ago
  • Fitness Hut and Lemon Fit

    Low cost gyms are the best alternative for someone who would like to exercise during your stay in Lisbon without having to pay a large amount of money. I present you two low cost gyms present in Lisbon that offer conditions for the practice of physical exercise: Fitness...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to do Lisbon, one year ago
  • Miosótis

    Are you looking for 100% biological food? A place that gathers all diets and offers an incredible variety of products? A place where you can learn more about food and have a meal with your friends? Then check Miosótis out! Introduction Miosótis is a Portuguese...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to do Lisbon, one year ago
  • A Vida Portuguesa

    If you are looking for a place to buy something typical from Portugal, something distinct, Portuguese created and manufactured, then you could go to A Vida Portuguesa, a store specifically focused in Portuguese traditional products. If you happen to pass by Intendente,...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to do Lisbon, one year ago
  • Bike Pop

    Are you looking for a bike to rent? Maybe one of those Brompton's that fit everywhere? Or maybe you would just like to go for a ride for a day, or for your whole Erasmus stay? Here you have a place located in a renewed square in Lisbon and it is called Bike Pop. What...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to do Lisbon, one year ago
  • Restaurante A Vela - Associação Regional de Vela do Centro

    Do you like fish? Then I have a place for you. At "A Vela" (The Boat Sail in translation) you can find really good quality fresh fish meals while enjoying an incredible view over the Tagus River. Appropriate for Vegans With a Family I have come here for many years with...

    0 by Bernardo, in Where to eat Lisbon, one year ago
  • Rota das Índias

    Do you like spices, tea, dried fruits, cereals, olives, seeds, salts, aromatic herbs and medicinal plants? Then you should try Rota das Índias, a place that can add lots of variety to your taste buds and routine life. Buy in Bulk and Try Every Flavour Here you can buy...

    0 by Bernardo, in Where to eat Lisbon, one year ago
  • Bookshop Bivar

    Bookshop Bivar is a second-hand English bookstore and cultural center located in the heart of Lisbon. Most books cost between 5 and 7 euros and genres you can find here are varied such as: general fiction, classics, sci fi and fantasy, non-fiction, crime & thrillers,...

    0 by Bernardo, in What to do Lisbon, one year ago

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