Things you can’t lose in Lisbon
You have to book a trip with the most famous tram in Lisbon, the number 28!
The old trams are still very popular in Lisbon not only for tourist but also for locals. The 28 offers a incredible way to travel and see great and funy areas of Lisbon. The sound that this machine produces is different from anything that you have heard before. The number 28 is the most famous one but you try any tram to experience this type of mean of transportation.
Terreiro do Paço
A fantastic square and an unique symbol of the capital of Portugal. It was rebuilt in 1755 after the giant Earthquake (and tsunami) that destoyed Lisbon. The square is magnifcent, with loads of charming restaurants and bars and a fantastic walking pavement along the Tagus River (Rio Tejo) that you have to try in the late afternoon.
You really have to try a “Pastel de Belém!”
One of the many highlights of the capital!!! A must try thing! A pastry that tourists and locals eat with coffee, late, tea…
Lisbon is very well known for its great nightlife. Follow this recomendation: make some shopping in Chiado (a busy area in the city centre) and then enjoy the view in a roofbar. Then go for dinner in Bairro alto and finish your day in a night club!!!
The Expo area (Parque das Nações) is located in a new area of Lisbon and there you will find this great attraction, the Oceanarium. One of the biggest in the world and the perfect place to see very closely the fauna of the seas.
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