This will be the final post on my series on Lisboa. Today, I am taking you to one of my favourite places to visit: the beach! In contempt of what many people think, Lisbon is not located near the Atlantic Ocean, but near the river Tajo (Tagus)! There are some nice city beaches at the river Tagus in Lisbon,
I don’t know what about you people, but there are some things I never do in my own country, and I always do abroad. Visiting an old church for example. Recently I had to visit a church due to sad circumstances. A beautiful church in a small Dutch village. I realized that I have visited many
As said before, Bairro Alto is the place to be at night. Except for Fado restaurants, and one night per year: June the 12th. This night (and the day after), everywhere in Alfama there are barbecues with sardines, and sangria. Because that night, it is Santo Antonio!
From the outskirts of Belém, in this post, we move to the oldest district of Lisboa, Alfama. A wonderful place, situated, like the rest of the city, on the slope of a hill. To get there, take the famous tram line 28. A classic, yellow, usually crowded tram.
Moving, from Bairro Alto, to the westernmost district of Lisbon: Belém. The name is derived from the Portuguese word for Bethlehem. As it used to have it’s own historic parish. There are many distinctive buildings in this area, each as old and as impressive as the others.
Resuming on my series about Lisboa, we’ll stay in Bairro Alto, to visit the night-life. This is the place to be! Quiet during the day, but when it’s dinner time, the Portuguese get ready for wine and food.
A little while ago, I did a series on Rotterdam. I enjoyed it, it gave me a new perspective on a city I’ve know for years, and helped me to stay in love with photography. It was so much fun, that I decided to do this more! In the second week of June, my girlfriend