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This fortified castle is testament to the moorish influences of Lisbon . This being the highest point in the old town , the castle offers Breath taking views of the old town.
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A lot of history and architecture, amazing night life, cheap food and cheaper booze, an excellent street music scene and the sine-waved landscape....

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So again, there aren’t many shots of lovely architecture – although Lisbon has plenty of it....

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In May, 2011, I spent a week in Portugal....

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I have met people who have told me “I’ve seen Portugal” which was meant to be interpreted as “I’ve been to Lisbon for 2 days”....

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I have absolutely fallen in love with Portugal....

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This is the oldest Gothic cloister of Portugal....

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The Streets Before I left for Portugal I came across this article that mentioned Portugals street art and I wasn’t disappointed, from Lisbon to Lagos the streets and side walks had beautifully patterned mosaics …floral designs, house numbers, astrology, mermaids, ships and angels…..every street and step was a chance to chance on something new....

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Spain: Beaches, Architecture, Adventure sports, Shopping, Food, you name it and Spain has it....

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From Lagos, Portugal, I took the boat to see common dolphins on the vast Atlantic Ocean....

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It was a week long trip to Spain and Portugal from Marseille in France....

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Portugal is the place for sea-food enthusiasts....

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It has an eventful history even before 12th century....

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Lisbon has it all- Beaches, Shops, History, Nature, Architecture and great Cuisines at the finest restaurants....

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Portugal has the oldest borders in Europe, therefore a very ancient history....

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A list of the most-historic pit stops for the intellectual shopper....

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Cascais A small town in Portugal, and 40 minutes drive from Lisbon....

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On the first day I decided to explore the Belem district known for its Jeronimos Monastery a prominent example of Portuguese architecture....

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Jeronimos has impressive architecture with massive pillars and motifs in all the walls....

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It is a Portuguese egg tart pastry, common in Portugal and few other Portuguese speaking colonies like Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, etc....

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You can book a private tour of the Portuguese Douro Valley with Wine Tourism in Portugal here...

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https://mapsandmagnets.wordpress.com/2015/12/09/through-the-magical-gardens-and-castles-of-sintra-portugal/ Sintra is a magical fairytale town, just 45 minutes by train from Lisbon, making it the perfect day trip....

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