Portugal’s capital and largest city is Lisbon. This city on the seven hills has been inhabited for more than 500,000 years and has a history spanning more than 20 centuries.

Lisbon combines various cultures, trends, and lifestyles to display numerous differences between the historical and modern eras. The Portuguese capital has a singular beauty and an internationally acknowledged architectural singularity. It is located near the Tagus river and is sunny practically all of the time.

Lisbon offers a variety of opportunities to discover its wealth of monuments, neighborhoods (Baixa Pombalina, Belém, Bairro Alto, Chiado, Bica, Alfama, and Mouraria), riverside area, Fado houses, parks, gardens, and viewpoints. Visit and take in the city’s rich natural, historic, and cultural heritage.

Numerous landmarks in Lisbon, including the National Pantheon, Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery, Medieval Castle of St. George, Medieval Cathedral, Palace Square, and Downtown, are popular tourist destinations.

Lisbon’s cuisine has been greatly affected by its proximity to the sea. So fried cod, fried green beans, and grilled sardines on bread are traditional dishes in Lisbon (mainly in the feast of the popular saints that occurs during the month of June). A capital’s “ex-libris” cuisine is also regarded as being the renowned Bife à Café. The traditional Pastel de Nata (custard tart), also known as Pastel de Belém and created in a former factory in Belém, is the most well-known dessert in Lisbon.

Lisbon travel involves having unique experiences. Lisbon is a charming city that draws tourists.

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