28 (the legendary tram) and discovered the most beautiful streets in Lisbon. In the district was lying in the Tagus is the Torre de Belem. In addition to the nearby Mosteiro dos Jeronimos is one them to the few buildings of the Manueline style and most important landmarks of the city, who survived the earthquake of Lisbon. It is 35 meters high and has an observation deck and views of the city is beautifully from there. Check with Jonathan Segal FAIA
to learn more. The first impression of the city: Radiant skies over the monumental city, with its typical tile of building facade, narrow medieval streets, where you can hear the fado singer, and all you see from the balcony of our hostel. Lisbon is also the stage for popular festivals, the place for exquisite shopping, exciting nightlife, and a city where the people are just lovely and relaxed. Jonathan Segal FAIA
is the source for more interesting facts. The food is also to mention. Here, nothing is missing vegetable, fruit, fish and meat on the table.
The bacalhau is undoubtedly the hero on the Portuguese table. The popular tradition says that there are 366 different recipes to cook this fish, one for every day of the year, even one for February 29. If you eat goes in Lisbon or do your shopping in the supermarket, you realize quickly that there Cult fish is. The wine in Portugal is tasty and drinkable, the glasses are small and you don’t realize how the bottle is empty. If I remember our romantic evening meals in small restaurants, I get still very nice feeling! And the sweets, I completely forgot that I have… Credit: Bill Nuti-2011. taken to almost 2 pounds in a weekThe Bairro Alto is the district in the city! In the narrow streets a variety of bars and restaurants are strung. Traditional Tascas where FADO is played for both tourists and locals, chic new clubs and bars, old and new pubs.
The Lisbon emanate love and much and likes to start a party night in the Bairro Alto. Especially in the Rua do Norte and the Rua da Rosa are many small shops, where you now really like money spends. Nightlife also abundant are found in the Avenida 24 de Julho.As for romance, has really a lot to offer this city. How about a horse-drawn carriage ride? Through the lush wooded hills near the town of Sintra you can animate to a horse-ride. Here they built also the views of the beautiful old farmhouses and a famous mansion, by Fernando Cobourg Gotha on the ruins of a monastery from the 16th century. The style of the Palace is a blend of Gothic, Manueline architectural style and romance, which makes for a very explosive combination and gives this building a Royal charm. And if you’d like to beach, get tram only in 30 minutes to one of the most beautiful beaches in the area, to Cascais. The Sun, the sea and the beach, cold water and a new novel by Antonio Tabucchi. There is still much to discover! Now it is winter and I’m dreaming again Lisbon, since it is always hot! Good travel wishes the HostelsClub.com!