Lisbon – The Portuguese capital
Lisbon the Capital of Portugal, a vibrant city, a multicultural metropolis where everything happens, all thanks to the Portuguese-speaking African Countries better known as Palop.
Capital of gastronomy by choice, with restaurants from all over the world and the traditional Portuguese cuisine and its sweets.
Best known for Conventual sweets, this because most of the sweets in Portugal, are made from egg yolks, this thanks to the nuns of many convents in Portugal, who found a way to use the yolks, since egg whites were used to iron the priests’ clothes.
With an Atlantic-Mediterranean cuisine, due to its proximity to the sea, Lisbon has as its fish and seafood, a large part of the raw material for its dishes, not forgetting its more than 1000 different ways of making cod.
Get to know the region of Belem, where Caravels left from the 15th century, in order to develop ways to bring products to Europe that until now could only arrive by land, which greatly increased their value.
In addition to its historic districts such as Alfama, Mouraria or Castelo de São Jorge, it has much more, it also has modernity, as proof of this the Parque das Nações, east of Lisbon, this former industrial area uninviting, until it was chosen for the stage of the World Exhibition 1998.
All this and much more you can discover on one of our one-day tours in Lisbon or why not our multi-day itineraries that you will discover below.
Why waiting? Come and discover Lisbon.