Collected by Jennifer Burlington
Praça Dom Pedro IV 24-25, 1200-091 Lisboa, Portugal
Another well-known café facing Rossio is Café Nicola. Full of history, tradition, and culture, it was once frequented by Lisbon's intellectual elite, like the poet Bocage, who was a habitué and now has a statue as a reminder. In existence since...
1250-096 Lisbon, Portugal
Here is a park built in the style of romantic English gardens, a perfect shady spot to hide from the sun on hot days. Many years ago (around 1870) it even had a lion—offered by Paiva Raposo, an African explorer—that became a main attraction until...
R. do Vigário, 1100-502 Lisboa, Portugal
To get to know the neighborhood and its daily life, nothing beats a stroll through Alfama's streets. It is the oldest and one of the most typical neighborhoods in Lisbon. Here you might see two women chatting at the window (well, screaming) while...
Campo de Santa Clara, 1100-472 Lisboa, Portugal
Be sure to take the historic yellow Tram 28 into the Heart of the Alfama district on a Tuesday or Saturday to the Feira Da Ladra, Lisbon’s gypsy flea market. This is a great opportunity to get a dose of local flavor as you mingle with the...
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