Much like other important cities Lisbon is considered as the modern hub for economics, culture, architecture, as well as education for Portugal. Being the capital of Portugal, Lisbon features most government structures as well as offices. What makes Lisbon distinct though is the amount of history that can be seen in the place given that Lisbon dates back to the early Pre-Roman times making it one of the oldest established cities in Western Europe. Such history and culture can be readily defined by the significant districts or barrios that demarcate the culture shared within the districts. These districts, although not separated by any physical demarcation, identify various common cultures in Lisbon. A trip to Lisbon will be a very unique experience. Rich both in culture as well as in history, this richness can be seen in various things such as its architecture, landmarks, as well as their museums and monuments.
Picturesque postcard surroundings and charming cobbled districts are the allure of the capital of Portugal. You’ll see ancient ruins and cathedrals laid out in a rich and historic city with hand painted walls, brick red roofs and mosaic plazas.
Fish and shellfish are the strongest components of most Portuguese meals but you’ve also got spiced dishes using piri-piri and a fondness for cinnamon and saffron. Take a walk through gorgeous Lisbon and discover gourmet tapas, seafront kiosks and restaurant favorites.