MY WEEK IN LISBON

Last week I went to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal and the city where you can still enjoy a sunny 15 degrees in January. Lisbon is a beautiful city for a city trip – especially if you love a bit of history, stunning buildings and inspiring museums. It’s also the perfect beginning point of a roadtrip through Portugal (check out Villa Extramuros for example or go to chic beach town Comporta and stay in this house if you’re with family or friends or in these two stunning fishermen’s huts if you’re with your lover. Or drive to the Algarve and stay in Lagos or Tavira). Apart from visiting the cool spots I’m gonna share with you later this week you have to do a couple of things when you’re in Lisbon.

 

Try the local sweet dish Pasteis De Nata. You’ll love it.

 

Go to the Maat Museum with tram 15 from the Praca do Comercio. If you’re not even going inside the museum it’s a beautiful walk with the famous Ponte 25 de Abril in front of you.

 

Go to the LX Factory (take the same tram as to the Maat Museum).

 

Stroll around in areas such as Baixa, Chiado or Alfama for the beautiful houses and to see the trams.

 

And don’t forget to see the sunset from one of the viewing points. Enjoy!

 

For now: let’s see Lisbon through my eyes!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 Comments

  • Benthe

    23.01.2017 at 12:35 Reply

    Amazing pics! Lisbon is on my to-travel list for a long time now, I think I probably just need to book that ticket… thanks for the handy tips!

    • Pauline Egge

      23.01.2017 at 09:30 Reply

      Thank you! You will love Lisbon! 🙂

  • Aymie Jones

    23.01.2017 at 22:22 Reply

    So crazy – I have the exact same photo of the terrace at Maria’s guesthouse! We were the first guests to stay in that beautiful room. Hope you enjoyed your stay there as much as we did…

    • Pauline Egge

      23.01.2017 at 09:30 Reply

      That sounds great! Such a beautiful room right? And hotel. I loved my stay!

  • Patrycja

    23.01.2017 at 19:32 Reply

    Where that photo of old street signs was taken? Is it some kind of museum? Love your blog!

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