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The Sanctuary of Christ-King

The Christ-King is one of the monuments that compose the look of the city of Lisbon. The famous view of the Tagus, with 25 de Abril Bridge and the Christ form a very familiar scenario for local and even for tourists. However, the most beautiful view is most likely of...

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Aquele lugar em Alcântara

Aquele lugar em Alcântara  is a unique restaurant in many ways. Starting with the point that most distinguishes this place from other "standard" restaurants: there is no menu! The whole experience is a complete surprise to their visitors. At first, an employee asks...

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Insiders Guide: The beautiful beaches of the Algarve

  Algarve is a region of exceptional natural heritage. Hot and dry summers and mild winters attract thousands of tourists, both Portuguese and foreign, throughout the year. The coast bathed by warm and calm waters that invite for a swim. Breathtaking landscapes,...

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Park and Palace of Monserrate

  Located in the Serra de Sintra, 4km away from the historic center, the Park and Palace of Monserrate form one of the best examples of Romantic architecture in Portugal. This place was opened to the public in 2010 after a big restoration process. Unfortunately,...

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Mira de Aire Caves – the largest in Portugal

The Mira de Aire Caves, are the largest in Portugal and are certainly a great option for those looking for a different tour. With 11km of extension , of which 600m can be visited, the caves were elected as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of Portugal. The tour is going...

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The travesseiros of Piriquita in Sintra

  Portugal is one of the countries with the best bakery. Many of portuguese small towns have their own dessert, from the famous Pastel de Belém to the fradinho of Mafra, pies of Azeitão, among others. One of the most popular options for tourists is the...

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Dissecção – a Vhils exhibition in Lisbon

Between July, 5th and October, 15th - 2014, Alexandre Farto, known as Vhils, makes his first solo exhibition in a Portuguese artistic institution, besides being the largest ever held by the artist. The exhibition, which takes place in the Museum of Electricity in...

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Mercado da Ribeira – Tartar-ia

The famous Mercado da Ribeira in Lisbon is going through a revival, and last May it opened the first part already adapted to the new project: the food court. The initiative was taken by the Time Out Magazine, which brings the first three-dimensional editorial project...

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