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Trivia: The inhabitants of Lisbon are nicknamed as Alfacinhas because it is believed that when undergone one of the city sieges, the inhabitants of the capital ate almost exclusively lettuce
Some points of interest: Jerónimos Monastery, Belém Tower, Monument to the Discoveries, Chiado, Parque das Nações, Lisbon Oceanarium
Some activities: Tuk-tuk, Segway, Boat trip, Golf, Wine tasting
Typical: Fado singing, Popular Saints, Colorful Saint Anthony, Pastel de Belém (special custard tart), Grilled sardines, Caldo Verde (cabbage soup), Pastéis de Bacalhau (codfish pasty)
Located in the center west, Portugal's capital, Lisbon, is known as the city of seven hills. The city is bathed by the Tagus River and almost always with the sun light presence, and has become in recent years one of the favorite destinations of Europe due to its architectural diversity and cultural offerings, stunning landscapes and viewpoints and a perfect climate almost all year. Lisbon has it all - history which reflects in its preserved streets and monuments of the Portuguese history including the 400 years of Arab occupation, the relevant Age of Discovery, the end of a monarchy of 800 years, the years of the dictatorship and the peaceful revolution of the 25th April; vast cultural offers with regular events throughout the year, without forgetting its traditions and the genuine performances of fado and popular celebrations; options of excellent quality of hotels and restaurants for all tastes with varied flavors of Portuguese and international gastronomy; various nightlife spaces from terraces, to bars, nightclubs, markets; enviable viewpoints and landscapes blessed by a single luminosity and incomparable charm.
Walk through Lisbon streets and experience nearly thousand years of history that is reflected in their neighborhoods and monuments or breathe serenity in every garden, gazebo or terrace. Walk along the riparian zone and travel through time by passing the oldest neighborhoods of Baixa-Chiado, discovering castles and cathedrals and finishing in the modern Parque das Nações. In Lisbon you have always plenty to do, and anyone who visits the city faces a world of possibilities to the most varied requirements. When the night falls, the city does not lose its soul, instead it seems that comes more alive, the day trading closes to give place to the most varied spaces of nightlife without closing time, from outdoor shows, to the most varied night entertainment spaces. Visit Lisbon is experiencing a genuine culture with a unique gastronomy, in a city where fun is guaranteed.