Portugal is mostly popular with the British because of its beaches, but Lisbon is a great place for a city break.
There is a lot to see and do, from cultural attractions to a vibrant nightlife.
And because of the mild weather, it’s a good place to visit for most of the year.
HOW TO DO IT:
- Go: Easyjet normally offers the best prices, and you can go after work on a Friday to make the most of the weekend.
- Stay: Lisbon has good options for accommodation at better prices than most European capitals. My recommendation is Artbeat rooms, an artsy hostel where each room is dedicated to an artist. They have the best recommendations of places to go, and it’s centrally located.
- Do: Visit the Monument to the Discoveries and follow it by Jeronimos Monastery – it’s a great overview of the age of exploration and Portuguese history. Then recharge with a cup of coffee and a couple of custard tarts at the place where they were first made.
- Drink: Stop at one (or a few) of the many bars and restaurants around Chiado and Bairro Alto. There are always new places to go for a glass of local green wine!
The 5-minute trip planner: Planning a short trip in no time.
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Interesting tone and patterns in the pics, especially in the windows and floors on the last two shots.
Thanks! I took these with my lomo.
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