September 2018

Lisbon-Cascais

Lisbon is so colorful and beautiful,

It was such a great experience, the city is awesome and has a lot of high points of view that I really loved.

Another beautiful thing is that the coasts aren't so far away from Lisbon, you'll understand why.

Where I stayed:

I stayed in a Airbnb near Bairro Alto, tiny and cozy, I recommend you this district, well placed and near to the Metro.

I would not suggest you to rolling around Bairro Alto by night, local tip time: avoid the little streets without enough lights, stay to the main roads or avoid the district after midnight.

I didn't experience any theft or something likely, but you never know!

Lisbon

The city is still visibly damaged from the famous earthquake that occurred in Lisbon in 1755, but I really loved it, it's so colored and has a lot views and awesome streets to discover!

The city continues also after Ponte 25 de April to Belem's Tour with a very long sidewalk along the river Tago

The city is still visibly damaged from the famous earthquake that occurred in Lisbon in 1755, but I really loved it, it's so colored and has a lot views and awesome streets to discover!

The city continues also after Ponte 25 de April to Belem's Tour with a very long sidewalk along the river Tago

The Castelo de Sao Jorge is definitely is in my opinion the best spot in the city where seeing the sunset, the view was simply spectacular! they also sell wine glasses up there if you need that ahaha

Coasts

What I loved the most tho, were the coasts, and I think they can speak for themselves.

IN THOSE PLACES, I NEVER FELT MORE FREE

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