Our trip to Lisbon in 4 days for free gave us the opportunity to return to Portugal for the second time and get to know one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
In the 4 days we spent in Lisbon we toured the Alfama District, the Sé or Lisbon Cathedral, the Pantheon, the Feira da Ladra Market, Chiado, the Carmo Convent, San Roque, the San Jorge Castle, we enjoyed tram 28 and Of course, from the spectacular viewpoints of Lisbon. We also had time to approach the famous Bethlehem neighborhood one day, where we enjoyed the Jeronimos Monastery, the Pradao dos Discoverías Monument, the Belém Tower and tasted the Pasteis de Belém, which left us with a taste that we still remember today…
And of course, we could enjoy one of the jewels of Lisbon, its fados, in a neighborhood tasca, surrounded by lisboetas, which made their fados a delight for us, living it in a much less traditional way than the local tourists of the Neighborhood from Alfama. This was one of the many experiences that we can never forget and that we will always associate with the city. Lisbon, that city with decadent air, which for us will always be linked to the Alfama neighborhood, the Pasteis de Belém and the fantastic sound of fados.
We can say that there is no better time to travel to Lisbon, since this city is amazing in all ways and in any season you will find things to do and know. Although we recommend visiting it out of season, the months of July and August are the most expensive and at the same time those that fill the city with tourists.
Traveling to Lisbon in the low season, from December to March, may be one of the best options, since although we risk it rains, the city presents itself to us “naked” and we probably do not cross with more travelers than ourselves.
Travel guide to Lisbon in 4 days
Dates: From November 15, 2013 to November 18, 2013
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