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Lisbon is a colourful and lively city with a vibrant street life, a long history and delicious food

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By Team Lounge
Published Nov 15, 2023

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Alfama is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Lisbon, renowned for its vintage charm is the place to listen to fado music

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The traditional, red-roofed houses of Lisbon are set off by the deep blue waters of the Atlantic

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The Belem Tower, originally a lighthouse and the last sight of home for sailors, is now a UNESCO World Heritage site

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Trams are a popular mode of transport in Lisbon

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Belem is known for the popular Pasteis de Belem Patisserie, famed for its tarts made from egg yolk, flour and cinnamon

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Rua Nova do Carvalho or is a picturesque street is famed for its tapas eateries

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Driving out of Lisbon’s Vasco da Gama bridge, leaves one with a feeling of saudade or longing

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