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  • Sintra (Lisboa)

    Lovely city with a lot of gardens and castles

  • Lisbon (Lisboa)

    Nice city with great atmosphere, nice nightlife, good restaurants and nice sights.

  • Sintra (Lisboa)

    Great Town for a Weekend

    So many beautiful places to visit, and the streets are filled with lovely shops and food... we love Sintra!

  • Lisbon (Lisboa)

    Great City

    Amazing city, definitely worth the visit. Amazing history, beautiful old town.

  • Sintra (Lisboa)

    Beautiful palaces to see, lots of great gardens, but too many tourists in certain times of the year. Cantinho do Picadeiro to get some home cooked meal. Palácio de Monserrate definitely a go to!

  • Lisbon (Lisboa)

    The city between Hill and Sea

    The capital city of Portugal has a lot of things to do and very different one from each other, from the castle to the Manuelino art style palace, from the narrow Street of the Barrio Alto to the futuristic Parco dos Nacoes. For sure, you will find your way in this colourful city!!

  • Cascais (Lisboa)

    Nice and safe place

    Nice place with Portugese restaurants (snackbars), friendly people and a lot to do (by car). Sintra is really nice, it's a short trip to Lisboa and to the beaches to surf.

  • Sintra (Lisboa)

    Sintra is definitely worth a visit. And I would recommend Clotilde restaurant in Estoril. Great Portuguese food! The Estoril artisanal fair was also nice.

  • Lisbon (Lisboa)

    Worth a longer stay

    Lisbon exceeded our expectations, although it took us a couple of days for the city to grow on us, as we were coming from Porto and were overwhelmed by the traffic and the heat. But after walking its streets it started to unfold its beauty, with history, art and music waiting around every corner. We especially enjoyed the beautiful view from the Castle, riding the old tram through the narrow streets and enjoying a Pastel de Nata in Belém - where you should also visit the monastery with its wonderfully sculptured inner yard. I can only recommend walking as much as possible and letting yourself get lost in the streets of Lisboa, but public transportation is also very good, so that is definitely always an option in case your legs get tired. There are also lots of day-trips that you can take from Lisbon: to Cascais (a must-see is Praya do Guincho with its wild waves), to Fatima, to Sintra etc.

  • Sintra (Lisboa)

    Beautiful town and some lovely sites.

    Lovely town with lots of nice sites to see. Be prepared to walk a lot of hills!

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