Lisbon Travel Guide 2014
Top 25 Attractions & Things To Do In Portugal - via Open Travel | Portugal has everything you need plus a bunch of things to surprise you. The emerald waters of Algarve, the red-tiled roofs of Madeira, the soothing whiteness of Belem and the luscious greenness of the Azores are all for the taking. And so is the tranquility Alentejo's sleepy fishing villages, the rambling of trams in the narrow, ascending streets of Lisbon... Photo: Walled Town of Obidos
Rossio Station, Lisbon. One of the "The World's Most Beautiful Train Stations : Condé Nast Traveler".
Terreiro do Paço one of Lisbon’s main squares, near the Mude museum. Photo: Joao Pina for The New York Times | 36 Hours in Lisbon - by Seth Sherwood - Jan. 27 2011 | Lisbon is getting fancier every month. By day, ambitious upstart museums and renovated industrial districts offer an infusion of contemporary art and design. By night, a fledgling wave of neo-Portuguese restaurants, stylish night spots and innovatively designed hotels provide happening places to play. #Portugal
36 Hours in Lisbon - NYTimes.com
From this window of Torre de Belém - Lisboa, we can see river Tejo, 25 April Bridge (before it was called "Salazar Bridge") and the Cristo Rei statue on the other side of river Tejo, in front of Lisboa.
Travel Portugal: Lisbon, Alfama, Bairro Alto, Baixa, Sintra
Expo 98 Pavilion, by Álvaro Siza, 1998 - in Lisbon, Portugal
June is the month of the celebrations of Lisbon's city but the night of 12 to 13 of June deserves special attention. It is the night of St. Anthony There are arraiais (huge popular parties on the streets), sardines, pork steaks, beer, sangria and music in all historic districts and the party lasts until morning.
Lisbon poster (50x70cm)
A guide to the eateries of Portugal. Heaven awaits. But leave any preconceptions at home about what kind of place might serve good food and drink. For the best overall experience, including value for money and quality of food, choose modest establishments offering traditional Portuguese food in simple surroundings.
A guide to the eateries of Portugal - Lonely Planet
Convento de Cristo
Convento de Cristo e Castelo Templário The Convent of Christ In 1983, UNESCO awarded the classification of world heritage to the Templar Castle and the Convent of the Knights of Christ in Tomar, a unique monument in the history of the western world. Built on a site that was originally used for Roman worship, this vast monumental complex illustrates seven centuries of Portugal's history and contains several important mementoes of decisive moments in the history of the western world. #Portugal
Amanda Levete's Lisbon culture centre | News | Architects Journal, Portugal
Portugal summer holidays guide: 2014 | Via Telegraph Travel | 9/1/2014 Planning a holiday to #Portugal? Read our guide to the best regions, including expert advice on #Lisbon, #Sintra, #Porto, #Alentejo, and the #Algarve. By Mary Lussiana, Telegraph Travel Portugal expert.
beach in cascais (21344955) Falesia Beach in Albufeira, Algarve (#18) Cascais Old Town beach near Lisbon (#21) and Ponta da Piedade in Lagos, Algarve, Portugal (#22) are among the Top 25 Beaches in Europe according to the 2014 TripAdvisor Traveler's Choice Awards - January 22, 2014
According to The Guardian the Museu Coleção Berardo is one of the top "10 free museums in Europe". "A recent, and impressive, addition to Lisbon's list of cultural attractions, the Berardo Museum opened its collection of modern and contemporary art to the public in 2007. The modern space is filled with vibrant works by all the hard-hitting pop artists, such as Warhol, Pollock and Lichtenstein, as well as greats such as Picasso, Baco and Dali. #Portugal
Lisbonites have a sharp eye for design, fashion and architecture, such as the Gare do Oriente station. Lisbon deserves consideration as Europe's coolest capital according to CNN Travel 7 reasons Lisbon could be Europe's coolest city: If it means being loaded with atmosphere, charm, great food and nightlife, yet ignored by the bulk of travelers, then Lisbon deserves consideration as Europe's coolest capital. - January 26, 2014
Cutting-Edge Design & Old-World Charm in Lisbon, Portugal
Where to go in Lisbon | via Au Pays des Merveilles This is it, my ultimate guide to Lisbon! (Finally, I’ve been back for over half a year from my five month erasmus in this wonderful city…) Every tip links back to the post(s) I orginally wrote about it or their website if I didn’t. I also added some places that I didn’t photograph, just to make sure you don’t miss out on anything. If you’re wondering how a semi-local twenty-something spends her time in Lisbon, this is it!
where to eat and drink in lisbon via au pays des merveilles, Portugal
Castelo dos Mouros - Moorish Caslte, Sintra, Portugal
Taste of Lisbon: classic dishes and culinary surprises on a foodie tour - via The Guardian 02.08.2013 | It's not all salt cod and custard tarts in Portugal's capital. From workers' cafes to gourmet tapas, seafront kiosks to a smart wine bar, Isabel Choat samples the best of Lisbon's food and drink...
My Express Travel Guide to Lisbon; Where to Stay, Shop, Sip, Party and Eat - text and photos by Sivan Askayo 21.07.2012 | I am drawn to Lisbon mostly because it is a mix of a European city with a Mediterranean climate. It is a very laid back city, sometimes even provincial, and its compact size makes it relatively easy to navigate. Just take the legendary tram no. 28, and you can see all the touristic attractions in one day or two... #portugal
Cabo da Roca was once considered the end of the world, even though it’s just the most western point of mainland Europe. The view of the coastline is incredible and it’s worth visiting on a day trip from either Lisbon or nearby Sintra. Courtesy of Andrea @Andrea / FICTILIS Anastasakis
Lisbon A beautiful and confortable flat in Alfama, 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, a perfect choice for those who want to be at the heart of Lisbon, within a walking distance of the most interesting places in town. www.airbnb.pt/...
A walk along the river in Lisbon, Portugal.
Ancient ruins near Castelo de Vide, Portugal The pretty town of Castelo de Vide is of Roman origin, and nearby are the ruins of the Roman settlement of Miróbriga. Many Roman artifacts have been found there (most of them now in Lisbon's museums), but it's the sizeable Jewish presence in the Middle Ages that the town is now known for.
Rua da Rosa, Bairro Alto Rechercher bar avec des choux fleur suspendu, ce sont des lampes// bonne musique, bonne ambiance, bon coktails.
Torre de Belem - Lisbon