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.
If you are in Lisbon besides places where you can try the local cuisine, drink delicious Portuguese coffee or Pastel de Nata, you cannot forget to try Portuguese liquor which is Ginjinha.
Sesimbra is a fishing village located 40 km from Lisbon, surrounded by the beautiful forested hills of Serra da Arrábida, and west of it you will find the wild, breathtaking cliffs of Cape Cabo Espichel.
During the fourth year of supplementary master studies in the field of tourism and recreation, I decided to apply for an internship. The company that accepted my candidacy was the MBChome - tourist event organization office in Lisbon.
If you are in Lisbon it’s really hard not to notice and talk about the Electronic Scooters. They are one of the most favourite and enjoyable transportation vehicles in Lisbon.
How real is it in Portugal nowadays... Unfortunately, the climate is changing all over the world, here too. It is a fact that the Sun is not missing neither in winter nor in summer, but the difference of temperatures is even worse.
Peniche is one of the largest traditional fishing ports in Portugal and the main Atlantic center of water sports - windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, bodyboarding. The natural miradouro around the peninsula is also worth a trip.
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.
If you don’t have plenty of time for sightseeing, below my proposition of the short walk around Alfama. However, it is also worth mentioning the tram 28, which goes through Alfama,
Are you ready for a run? To be precise, a 42km run. Or you prefer read? In Lisbon you can do it :D