Another place in Lisbon which you must visit- Café a Brasileira-the oldest café in Lisbon. It was founded in 1905 by Adriano Telles. In fact, it was created to promote Brazilian coffee which was unappreciated by people living in Lisbon.
During journeys it is possible to find many different sweets or cakes which are characteristic for the country or place. In case of Portugal is the same. For sure we will find here the most famous custard tart which is called Pastel de Nata.
The Portuguese describe themselves as a 'nation of gentle customs'. It's the country in which we can find spontaneous sympathy, great patience and reflexivity.
The Portuguese breakfast every time are sweet. Given the right dose of caffeine, our Mr.João travels through a sweet galaxy of sugar, egg yolks, filo pastry paper, almonds and cream. He finds a lot of sweets in Portugal.
Seeing, for the first time, the immensity of oriental mosaics, lace arches and figurine stucco, we are overwhelmed by the impression that we have moved to the Land of the Thousand and One Night.
Being in Lisbon it is worth entering into the skin of a typical João for one day (pronounced by John Smith in english-speaking countries).