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Paradise City. Photo by konstantinsorokin
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Hike more and worry less. In Cape Espichel. Photo by demochilaascostas
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VisitLisboa Jul 15
In Almada, you'll get an impressive panoramic view of Cristo Rei, the 25 de Abril Bridge, and Lisboa. At Miradouro do Jardim do Castelo. Photo by tarasleskivlviv
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VisitLisboa Jul 14
Follow the tour guide! In Cascais. Photo by hopscotchtheglobe
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VisitLisboa Jul 14
The path to happiness. In Guincho, Cascais. Photo by peaceizafiyah
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VisitLisboa Jul 13
Rossio - the square with 2 kings. D. Pedro IV of Portugal was also D. Pedro I of Brasil. Photo by paolitus90
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VisitLisboa Jul 13
In Escadinhas de São Cristóvão you'll see a graffiti tribute to Fado. The old ladies chatting at their doors, the man with a glass of wine, the church of São Cristóvão’s, the saint itself, the fadistas, the musicians. Everything is there. Photo by walkinginlisbon
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Olisipo Photography Jul 6
In case you pop in , don't forget, is a must. Check it out, trust me 😉 you'll enjoy it.
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VisitLisboa Jul 13
We're sorry you had that experience. Hopefully the good experiences in Lisbon were better and we do hope you'll come back one day.
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VisitLisboa Jul 12
If you created a drink for Lisboa, what would you call it? Photo by andreiamoutinho
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VisitLisboa Jul 12
Lisboa's secrets. Photo by ibrandling
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VisitLisboa Jul 11
Want to see the plaster cast of the 'Praça do Comércio' D.José I statue? You can actually visit it in the 'Casa dos Gessos' (Plaster casts house).
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VisitLisboa Jul 11
The Palace of São Bento is the home of the Assembly of the Republic, the Portuguese parliament. The Palace has its origin in the first Benedictine monastery of Lisboa, established in 1598. Photo by gs_ferreiras
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VisitLisboa Jul 10
Breath in and take Lisboa into your soul. Photo by arlindocamachoph
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VisitLisboa Jul 10
Azulejo (tile) is an artistic expression that differentiates Portuguese culture and Portuguese buildings. Want to know more about Azulejos and see beautiful examples of it? Visit the Museu Nacional do Azulejo! Photo by aiamjah
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VisitLisboa Jul 9
Replying to @GayRiot
Escadinhas de São Cristóvão, na Mouraria.
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VisitLisboa Jul 9
A hill, a narrow street, colorful buildings. The typical Lisboa. Photo by finduslost
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VisitLisboa Jul 9
Only one person can fit inside Livraria Simão, one of the smallest bookshops in the world. While the majority of the shop's 4,000 titles are in Portuguese, you can also find books written in Spanish, English, Italian, and even Chinese. Photo by genevieved25
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Lawrence Kuglin Jul 6
Beautiful evening on the beach at Caparica. All this just half an hour’s drive away from Lisbon. And I didn’t hear a single English voice all day!
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VisitLisboa Jul 9
Replying to @wedafux
by bus, TST's (Transportes Sul do Tejo) 153 or 161 from Praça de Espanha or Areeiro.
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