Visited Lisbon in the summer. You could say we went there to escape Bucharest’s scorching heat. Things to do:
– you can start with a free guided tour; we like joining such tours on our first day someplace new; we enjoy learning about the history and how it influenced the evolution and development of the city
– eating in local restaurants outside the tourist area; they have set menus for under 10 euro; great for experiencing a different cuisine
– walking around Alfama; this is the oldest part of Lisbon, the one that survived the 1755 earthquake
– eat pastel de nata (Portuguese egg tart)

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