Coolture in Lisbon

with Dmitriy
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Lisbon it´s a city that inspire to create.
Quiet, sun-filled landscapes of burnt-out red roofs, white-blue facades, spiers of ancient cathedrals, snow-white “calçadas” underfoot and ships passing under the red bridge along the Tejo River. River city, which smells of salt, pine needles, fish, spices, coffee and fresh pastries. A city on seven hills in which it is easy to get lost and find your own.

Lisbon have so much to do, so i invite you to see the best places of the city that appears on touristic routes and others that do not.

We will go explore the taverns of Alfama and Mouraria (Heart of Fado music), try and taste traditional dishes, traditional pastery and drinks. Explore the beautiful Bairro Alto that is completely full of bars and nice spots to dance.

I will take my photo camera for sure to get unique photos at the most iconic places, cool spots, cafes like Amélia Nicolau Café and more.

I will advice you the best places to eat as well.

Will be a unforgettable day.

What is included:
- All guide coast
- Photos of that day
- Taste of some traditional foods like "chouriço assado" and a glass of wine

bar
culture
exploitation
food and drinks
fun
happiness
photography
portuguese fado
walk

Duration

6h

Requirements

Be nice and have comfortable shoes.

Language

English

Portuguese

Russian

Availability

Mon 00:00 - 23:59

Tue 00:00 - 23:59

Wed 00:00 - 23:59

Thu 00:00 - 23:59

Fri 00:00 - 23:59

Sat 00:00 - 23:59

Sun 00:00 - 23:59

Accessibility

Accessible to children

Accessible to disabled people

Accessible to deaf people

Accessible to blind people

Accessible to pets

Experience ID: 3845
Start Location

Baixa - Chiado, Largo do Chiado, 1200-108 Lisboa, Portugal

End Location

Baixa - Chiado, Largo do Chiado, 1200-108 Lisboa, Portugal

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