This mystical land of Sintra, just a short trip from Lisbon, takes you on a journey through centuries of opulent artistic creations.
Together these two landmarks are Lisbon’s only World Heritage Site – and a testament to a period that changed the world.
Through their design and decoration, Lisbon’s churches tell the story of Portugal’s history over the centuries.
The tiles in Lisbon are one of the defining elements of the city. This is the history of the azulejos and how they almost disappeared in the 1900s.
It seems like a great idea but the Tram 28’s popularity has also ruined it for everyone. Luckily, I’ve got a solution!
After using it myself, I can tell you that the Lisboa Card will save you a lot of money for sightseeing in Lisbon.
The spot where the Portuguese sailors set off to explore the world is an excellent place for you to begin your exploration of Lisbon.
If you’re looking for a local Lisbon neighbourhood to explore, I would suggest taking a look at Graça. It’s got cool street art, local restaurants, and the city’s best views!
This Lisbon district along the Tagus River was developed for the Expo in 1998 but has taken on a life of its own in the 20 years since then.