Lisbon to Open Jewish Museum
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Lisbon to open Jewish Museum in 2017. The new museum is scheduled to open in the vicinity of São Miguel Square in Alfama, home to medieval Lisbon’s largest Jewish population. Lisbon’s city council said that a Jewish museum will open in the Portuguese capital next year. The new museum is scheduled to open in the first three months of 2017 in the vicinity of Sao Miguel Square in Alfama, Lisbon’s … Read More

Design Fashion Museum – MUDE
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Design Fashion Museum The Design Fashion Museum is located at the bottom central Lisbon. The MUDE is a contemporary modern museum, free entrance, where you can see and discover objects that made design and fashion history, during last century. The world history of design and fashion at the heart of Lisbon city. A collection of items inside an old building in Rua Augusta (Baixa). MUDE ground floor focuses the history … Read More

Santa Justa Elevator
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Santa Justa Elevator Also Called Carmo Lift Santa Justa Elevator is a French style iron construction from the beginning of the XIX century. You can find it at the Rua de Santa Justa or through a passage coming from the square Largo do Carmo (Top level). To go in it, a ticket is due, the same price of a bus ticket. It connects the lower streets of the Baixa with … Read More

Lisbon Flea Market – Feira da Ladra
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Lisbon Flea Market Lisbon Flea Market is easily accessible from Santa Apolónia, it is worth spending some time on a Sunday and walk around in the narrow streets. This open market dates back to the thirteenth century , devoting himself to trade in antiques and second hand objects. The best deal is done early in the morning on Saturdays or Tuesdays. Not to be missed for fans of this type … Read More

Lisbon Market Mercado da Ribeira
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Lisbon Market Mercado da Ribeira Lisbon Market Mercado da Ribeira is near Cais do Sodré train station in Lisbon. Hotspot Food Hall, this is Lisbon’s cheapest market. The seafood is a large part of the Portuguese cuisine. The Bacalhau (cod) is a Portuguese very popular fish with several ways of cooking it. Lisbon Market Mercado da Ribeira is the main Lisbon’s food market since 1892. Back in 2014 it was … Read More

Lisboa City Card
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Lisboa City Card Lisboa City Card – Lisbon City Card Explore Lisbon with the Lisbon City Card, offering discounts across the city with your choice of a 24-, 48- or 72-hour pass. With the Lisbon City Card, enjoy savings of up to 30% on local prices! With public transport included for the duration of your card, your Lisbon sightseeing pass allows you to discover the city with ease. LISBOA CITY … Read More

Alfama Theatrical Walking Tours
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Theatrical Walking Tours Portugal Tales is on Alfama streets offering theatrical walking tours. You will be taken on an 800 year journey full of narrated and dramatized stories and legends. Through this fun, entertaining and innovative way, Portugal Tales share its country, its neighborhoods, its people, its stories and secrets.           This tour goes through the oldest district of Lisbon (Alfama), which, thanks to its tight winding streets and … Read More

5 Best Lisbon Sights – Learn About The Capital of Portugal
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5 Best Lisbon Sights Lisbon sights not to be missed in Lisbon. Other sights will come if you follow along with these locations. 1 – Saint George Castle (Castelo de São Jorge). This fortification is up the hill above Lisbon with superb views over the city and the Tagus River. The castle as being taken throughout the centuries  by the Visigoths, the Romans, the Moors and finally by the first Portuguese king D. … Read More

Saint George Fort
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Saint George Fort (Oitavos) Along the coastline, going from Cascais towards the Guincho beach, the Saint George Fort is a free entrance fortification to visit. It was erected in the context of the Restoration War of Portugal’s independence. With the function to prevent landings between the beach and the Guincho beach. Saint George Fort was usually held by a cable, three gunners and eighteen soldiers with artillery to four parts, … Read More

Lisbon 3 Day Tour
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Lisbon 3 Day Tour Three days are the ideal length for a good understanding of Lisbon city. There is no need to hire a car, as public transport is excellent and driving can be difficult. Within 3 days most of the major tourist sights can be visited. Day 1 Morning – Alfama and Baixa The Saint George Castle of Lisbon that stands above the city. The Sé Cathedral. Saint Anthony’s … Read More

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