Parque das Nações – Most Modern Lisbon District.

Located in the eastern part of the city, on a plot that was renovated to receive the 1998 World Exposition, the Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is the most modern Lisbon district. In addition to the Lisbon Oceanarium and the Pavilion of Knowledge, you can also see the Vasco da Gama Tower, the Oriente […]

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Miradouro Rocha Conde D’Óbidos.

Lisbon has charming places that are little known, this one – Miradouro da Rocha Conde D’Óbidos – located next to the Museum of Ancient Art, is another. Very quiet, with a privileged view on the Tagus and where there is a very pleasant terrace. It is a place where we used to go visit on […]

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Cabo da Roca.

Cabo da Roca (Cape Roca) is the most western point of the European continent. It is located in Portugal, in the district of Lisbon in the municipality of Sintra, 42 km west of the Portuguese capital. Its cliffs rise about 140 meters above the Atlantic Ocean. The poet Luis de Camões (c.1525-1580) described the Cape […]

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À Descoberta das Ciclovias – 1º Passeio.

Vai ser já no próximo dia 11, às 10,30, que iniciaremos os passeios “À Decoberta das Ciclovias”. Nesta primeira iniciativa iremos fazer um percurso fácil, num terreno quase sempre plano, entre a Praça do Comércio e o Forte de Caxias. Vamos passar pela zona histórica do Cais do Sodré, a qual foi requalificada, Mercado da […]

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Capela do Mosteiro São Vicente de Fora.

The chapel of the São Vicente de Fora Monastery, very unknown by the public and outside the traditional touristic circuits, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in Lisbon. Visiting this Monastery and Chapel is something that should be considered in your program in Lisbon. La chapelle du Monastère de São Vicente de Fora, très […]

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Sintra – The Village.

In addition to the numerous monuments, such as the Pena Palace and the Moorish Castle, the Villa de Sintra is also very beautiful. We advise all who visit Lisbon to come with us to know this area. I  t’s a very well spent day! Dehors des nombreux monuments, tels que le Palais de la Pena […]

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Cais das Colunas.

  The “Cais das das Colunas – Columns Pier” owes its name to the two pillars erected near the Tagus in Commerce Square, which represent the two columns of Solomon’s Temple (wisdom and devotion). This work was done in the reconstruction of Lisbon, after the earthquake of 1755 and this place worked during many years […]

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