An article with tips from Lisbon for couple, what to visit and how to visit, perfect for just two people. In modern times, travel does not have to be all for the family, hence the importance of this article, Lisbon as a very eclectic tourist destination, tourism for all ages and tastes.
Lisbon is known as the city of the seven hills, however that does not prevent you from visiting all the neighborhoods, an option for this visit may be Tram 28, we suggest taking the Tram at the beginning of your route in Campo de Ourique and ending at Martim Moniz, this is because if you enter the Tram elsewhere there will be plenty of lines and you will certainly not be seated, see the script here.
We suggest paying attention to pickpockets either inside the tram or at the tram stop, and not only here in all places, you should pay attention to your goods, as it is clear where the tourist is pickpocket.
if you like more modern architecture, we suggest a visit to Parque das Nações where in addition to modern buildings they also have a shopping mall, the Oceanarium and a Casino, you can visit all this in a comfortable way at this link. Don’t forget to try the real pastries from Belém, which you will only find in Belém, all the others are pasteis de nata.
Sintra the paradise of the aristocracy, its palaces and flora will leave you ecstatic, the place not to be missed for those who are in Lisbon, all of this just 30 minutes from Lisbon which if you wish you can do it by Train. In the center of Sintra, you cannot miss the Piriquita pastry shop, where Sintra’s pillows and queijadas are perfect in Lisbon for couple.
If this day’s visit is made privately (click here) you can also visit Cabo da Roca, the most western point of Continental Europe, as the Portuguese poet Luiz Vaz de Camões used to say, here the land ends and the sea begins. In Boca do Inferno, you will understand the importance of this mythical place that at certain times of the year is closed due to the force of the sea.
In Cascais this beautiful resort that falls in love with thousands every year, whether for its beaches, its golf courses or even for its fish and seafood restaurants, during your visit to Cascais you will not be able to taste Santini’s ice creams.
On another day you can visit Évora, in the Alentejo region, sure that you know this region mainly for its wines, however it has a lot more interests, its gastronomy, Olive trees, Cork, all of this in Alentejo, considered the warmest region in Portugal.
Cork is undoubtedly a unique and so Portuguese product, if you take this tour you can visit a small cork factory and learn about the whole process, from removing it from the bark of the Cork Oak, the tree that gives rise to cork, until the final product, without forgetting the production of stoppers.
“We bones that are here for yours we wait” this phrase can be read in the Chapel of Bones, a chapel built in the 17th century, an authentic reflection on the transience of human life and commitment to a Christian experience.
In Évora you can visit the Cathedral, the Temple of Diana, an evidence of the Roman period in Évora, all within the walls of a medieval city.
Of course, it will be essential to visit and tasting at one of the many wineries that are among them, Esporão (thirty minutes from Évora), Ervideira, Cartuxa (producer of Pêra-Manca, among many others).
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