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Stopped off for a quick meal on a rainy day exploring Lisbon. Seemed to be full of locals so we gave it a go. All of our meals were less than €5 and although the menu doesn't offer a huge range food, it was filling...More
I was on my way to Castelo de S. Jorge first thing in the morning, and I hadn't yet had breakfast. With an eye out for a shop where I could duck in for a coffee and pastry, I noticed Pastelaria Varanda de Alfama. The...More
Just a brilliant little local place. On the route of the 28 tram and right near a viewpoint, but a great offering at fair prices.
For breakfast I had a breaded pork roll, a codcake and a fresh orange juice, all delicious. They also have...More
Date of visit: April 2017
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Castelo, Alfama & Mouraria
Explore narrow streets and alleyways, small cafes and, of course, the internationally acclaimed Fado music. The earth-shattering Great Earthquake of 1755 destroyed most of the city but the contiguous neighborhoods of Mouraria, Castelo and Alfama remained standing to this day. These neighborhoods represent Lisbon at its historical best. The cool breeze of the Tagus river will take you up the hills to the sound of
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