Take a trip to one of Europe's oldest cities, Lisbon, where culture, heritage and art are all abundant and can be noticed around almost every street corner.

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Lisbon is a city with a dense historical past which is what makes it such a unique and fascinating holiday destination. In 711, The Arabic Moors invaded the area and seized control of Lisbon and consequently, their influence has continued to be a central part of the city's cultural heritage ever since. The Alfama district is known as the Arabic centre, where you can witness the quaint, colourful buildings and pretty mosaic tiles that have been preserved by the local community up until now.

European city breaks are notorious for breaking the bank and limiting the duration of your stay, however, Lisbon breaks these stereotypes. In 2018, it was voted the ninth-cheapest city in Europe to visit, making it even more tempting to extend your stay and continue your Portuguese adventure.

Lisbon is one of those cities that you could spend days upon end just wandering through the meandering streets, admiring the street art and stopping off at bars along the way to sample local beers and wines.

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Museu do Fado
What better way to capture the essence of Lisbon that listening to the melancholic rhythm of Fado. Explore the history of this music phenomenon at the Museum of Fado. Located in the quirky neighbourhood of Alfama, the museum reflects the nostalgia of the Portuguese soul rendered by a voice accompanied by ...
If you love beer as much as we do, LisBeer is home to the largest collection in the whole of Lisbon, proudly serving craft beers brewed by local entrepreneurs.
A Casa do Bacalhau
A Casa do Bacalhau means "House of Cod" in English and there couldn't be a better way to describe this popular restaurant. You will struggle to find any other place that serves cod in such a variety of ways.
Design and fashion aficionados, this is the place for you! Clothing items on display range from the 1930s to the 1990s and even closer to current times, while designers featured comprise the likes of Alexander McQueen, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Paco Rabanne, Vivienne Westwood and many others.
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Luvaria Ulisses
For those who like to pay special attention to the finer details in fashion, Luvatia Ulisses is a quaint little store offering chic gloves to give your outfits that perfect high-fashion finish. Dating back to 1925, the owners of this store have kept this place alive with their deep love for their beautiful...
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A Vida Portuguesa
If you're looking for completely authentic gifts that are 100% Portuguese, A Vida Portuguesa is the place to come. With products ranging from jewellery to books and toiletries, you are bound to find a memorable souvenir to take back to your loved ones.
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