Lisbon is a city of vibrant colour and colour, heavily influenced by Art Nouveau style architecture. A perfect place to rest and explore after sailing down the Atlantic Coast.

The Hill Tram Tour – used by locals and tourists alike
At the end of the Hills Tram, this band was entertaining the passersby
Art Nouveau style shop fronts are common and beautiful. This is a jewellery store founded in the late 1920’s whos facade features the Portuguese coat of arms
We sat and watch this busker suspended in mid-air for ages
Buildings full of colour
In the Bairro Alto district, this Theatre was built in the mid 19th century
If Portuguese tarts take your fancy, then Pasteis de Belem is the place to go but be prepared for the queue
There’s a certain grittiness of the buildings in some areas that made this town intriguing



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