Europe’s westernmost capital has blossomed in recent years, attracting visitors to its world class restaurants as well as its culture and history. Despite the old-world feel with its network of antiquated trams, Lisbon definitely has a modern edge.
Portugal’s hilly capital, is a coastal city known for many things – from the blue-and-white azulejo architecture, to the spectacular views that can be seen from anywhere on top of the seven hills to the imposing São Jorge Castle. The rambling alleyway are lined with pastel colored houses covered in pretty flower boxes. The sweet citrus smells drift over the walls, hiding a fruit-laden lemon tree in the courtyard. Even though the streets are confusing, it’s definitely walk-able, just make sure you bring your running shoes along. Here are a few places to explore in Lisbon’s labyrinthine streets: Continue reading