Journey to Lisbon
It’s like a living museum! Here, the small streets or large avenues, the traditional squares or public fountains, drive you back to sometime in the past or to the vibrant present and future.
The location of the city, on the mouth of River Tejo, and the main stone used in its buildings and sidewalks gives the town a wonderful bright light.
The best way to visit this charming small city is walking up and down the seven hills! Sometimes you will need the help of the public transports such like the trams and buses or even taxis.
If you decide for the subway, you will miss the views. On the other hand, you will see some modern and beautiful stations, some of them decorated with interesting artworks.