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

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

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

10 Reasons To Go To Lisbon
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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

28 Tram Lisbon Route
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28 Tram Lisbon Route The 28 tram Lisbon route is a “must do”. This small electric train runs a regular public transport and follow a loop back and forth across the lower end of town. Along the way see some of the Portuguese capital’s most picturesque neighborhoods. This little yellow tram is from 1930. The 28 tram Lisbon route starts in the Martim Moniz square (downtown) and soon start to climb towards the Graca quarter … Read More

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