Built over seven hills, Lisbon has a history that can be traced back more than two millennia.
Built over seven hills, Lisbon has a history that can be traced back more than two millennia. Part of the joy of exploring Portugal’s largest city is its Old World charm, winding streets and fact you can stumble across historic sites that are integrated into the modern cityscape. Few large cities are as photogenic as Lisbon and this is undoubtedly one of the best spots to click pictures. The heart of this romantic city is the Praça do Comércio, down by the river Tagus. Locals proudly proclaim this is as Europe’s largest waterfront square. Locals will tell you that one of the joys of dining in Lisbon is the high-quality seafood. The lighting is intimate and the waterfront terrace is popular. This is a great spot to people watch and admire the yachts moored in the marina.
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