10 dec. 2018 - 11 dec. 2018
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What a beautiful place and leisure to visit this place. We can only tour ride to see Cristo-Rei Statue, 25th April Bridge.
Lisbon is a walking city and while you can get a big red tourist bus I would recommend putting your favourite trainers on and hitting the tarmac. Watch out for those hills though. Wander through the cobbled streets of the Alfama district, sit in Rossio square to see the impressive Station building. Admire the Eden Theatre, Sé de Lisboa cathedral and the cafes and boutiques of the elegant Chiado neighborhood. When in Lisbon, you should try the national dish bacalhau (salted cod) and a bifana (pork sandwich). Many locals will mention Bifanas do Caldas which is up near the Castle. I will be going back for the custard tarts though they are fantastic and the best are notoriously from Pasteis de Belem where you can watch them being made. Cervejaria Ramiro (cervejariaramiro.pt): “Is the place to eat seafood” according to everyone and the queue outside shows that’s true. We went early around 5pm and walked right in but when we left there were over 50 people waiting outside! Fresh, simple and beautiful raciones of fish and shellsfish are sold by weight and simply served with garlic and bread. We made a brief stop at the Time Out Mercado Da Ribeira Lisbon, located right in the city. The market features a number of food booths, and would be a great place to stop for lunch. I’d recommend trying a few different places, because there were so many options. If you’ve never been to Lisbon, you should visit the Bairro Alto, Lisbon’s party neighbourhood. The drinks are cheap and you have a great selection of rowdy through to local holes in the wall with sour cherry liqueur shots.
Lisbon is a really nice city with a lovely sight... for those who wants to come I recommend. But don't expect a warm service in the restaurants they are not polite at all Miradouros are one of the things in lisbon that you must see
Lisbon become more beautiful every time I come back. It's mixtures of history and liveliness, every week a new place is created or renovated, all under a unique sunlight