Alfama Theatrical Walking Tours

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

Lisbon Riverside Promenade

Lisbon Riverside Promenade Along the coastline by Lisbon riverside you will find many of the best sights to enjoy the city. Either way, starting from the Nations Park or the end of the Cascais train line the potential is immense. The Tagus River is the longest in the Iberian Peninsula. It is 1,038 km (645 mi) long, 716 km (445 mi) in Spain, 47 km (29 mi) along the border between Portugal and Spain and 275 km (171 mi) in Portugal, … 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

Nations Park

The Nations Park in Lisbon The Nations Park, widely known as Parque das Nacoes, is an area of Lisbon. The area was dramatically transformed to give place to the Expo’98 World Exhibition. The area stretches along the Tagus River. The transformation required by the 1998 World Exhibition had the effect of turning this old industrial area into a modern residential district with, leisure and commercial hotspots in Lisbon. At the moment, the Nations … Read More

Lisbon Street Art

  Lisbon Street Art Visiting Lisbon you will see some amazing building painted walls, Lisbon Street Art over the past decades as developed positively. Certain creative actions in the city have centered the debate around whether considering them an aggression on the city or whether interpreting them as an artistic and constructive reaction. Artists like, Blu and the Twins, created this stunning large-scale corporate figure, sporting a crown featuring oil company … Read More

5 Best Restaurants In Lisbon

5 Best Restaurants In Lisbon Lisbon’s gastronomy includes deliciously fresh seafood and offers to the elite traveler an excellent selection of world class restaurants. The exceptional Portuguese cuisine is widely available with modern adaptations of classic dishes, taking full advantage of its maritime traditions. 1 – The Largo Restaurant is at the cloisters of the former Convent of “Igreja dos Mártires”, inside the ambience successfully combines old and new.  Chef Miguel … Read More

Lisbon 3 Day Tour

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

10 Reasons To Go To Lisbon

10 Reasons To Go To Lisbon 1 – Food and drink Lisbon is full of great places to eat  delicious of the day seafood and super-fresh beer. Not to miss the number of wines to taste and get lost. If you think you don’t like a wine you will start loving it! 2 – Europe’s greatest climate More sunshine than any other European city. The intensity of the daylight is … Read More

1755 Lisbon Earthquake

The Deadliest Earthquake Ever 1st November 1755 1755 Lisbon earthquake was the deadliest earthquake ever known followed with a tsunami. Lisbon was a fair city with palaces and 20,000 houses, mostly stone, of four or five stories. There was a population of about 235,000. That morning a series of earthquakes occurred, causing serious damage, and killing an estimated 60,000 people in Lisbon alone. In Lisbon almost every large building was a church. Lisbon … Read More

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