Visit Terreiro do Paço
The greatest square of the capital is an iconic symbol of Lisbon and it was rebuilt after the Tsunami of 1755. The place offers everyday a great walk along the Tagus River (Rio Tejo) in the end of the day.
Try the Tram number 28
This way of transportation is very popular among local residentes but it also offers you a great way to travel through amazing areas of the city. The sound of the tram is great andu nique. The tram number 28 is the well known but you can take any tram to have a fantastic experience!
Pastel de Belém. You must try one!
A highlight of the Lisbon! You just can missed this! A pastry that locals eat with coffee.
Visit the Oceanarium in the new district of the city!
Parque das Nações is located along the Tagus River (Rio Tejo) and the Oceanarium, the largest in Europe is the perfect place to appreciate the fauna of thes oceans.
Have a dinner in Bairro Alto
The capital of Portugal is well know for its busy and crazy nightlife. Try to shop in Chiado shopping centre and then spend your afternnon in a viewpoint in one the several bars (roofbars) of the area. Stay for dinner in Bairro alto and finish your night in one of discos of the district. Have fun!
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