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Why Lisbon Is a Travellers Paradise
Published by: Alexis Alvear (16) on Mon, Aug 10, 2015  |  Word Count: 465  |  Comments ( 0)  l  Rating
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Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal and also acknowledged to be one of the most inhabited city positioning at the ninth spot. Lisbon is a major city in terms of commerce, finance, arts, media, entertainment, education and sightseeing.

Lisbon is known to be a happening traveller spot as it provides a pulsating and booming culture, which allures travellers all through the year. Lisbon holds a subtropical Mediterranean climate, which entails warm winters and summers making the conditions apposite for travelling at any period of the year.

Lisbon is renowned for its architectural wonders, the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, the Museu Calouste Gulbenkian and the Museu do Azulejo are some of the must-visit places.

Rossio, Lisbon’s premier town square is a place where sightseers can witness an exclusive blend of cultures & lifestyles. If witnessing monuments, art and culture is your liking, then you must give a visit to Belem. Also, Belem encompasses the incredible Belem Tower & Jeronimos Monastery; CCB, which organizes art works of Picasso on a regular basis and Coach Museums, which organizes the world’s biggest collection of royal vehicles & coaches.

Lisbon is also known for its exciting nightlife. Travellers can try ginjinhais made from ginja berry. Ginjinhais is provided across several regional bars in Lisbon.

For those who want to witness Lisbon’s youth life can head towards Bairro Alto. Bairro Alto is acknowledged to provide varied music cultures ranging from hip-hop, reggae, heavy metal music, punk, goth and even gay at specifically dedicated bars and clubs. On the other hand, Bairro Alto throughout the day acts as a common neighbourhood heart where people flock to shop for daily requirements, visit well-known art galleries, etc.

Cascais & Estoril are 2 beach towns placed close to Lisbon. These 2 cities can be visited to unwind and spend a day or two at the seaside hotels. Travellers can enjoy one-hour train ride along the shoreline, offering splendid sights of the Portuguese Riviera as it heads off from the Cais do Sodre station.

Last but not the least; the Vasco Da Gama Bridge is another major landmark in the Lisbon city. Vasco Da Gama Bridge extends 10.7 miles and is the longest in whole Europe. This flyover built over the Tagus River is certainly a stunning piece in both its construction and engineering.

There are many travel agencies in Portugal that can arrange well-organized private tours Lisbon according to your budget and convenience. You just need to make sure you’ve chosen a professional and reputed travel agency.

About Author:

Alexis Alvear is tour operator operating travel agency in Portugal. He can arrange best private tours in Portugal, private tours Lisbon, private tours Portugal, lisbon private tours, Portugal private tours and many more. To learn more visit at : www.traveltherapytours.com
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