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        Lisbon

        The Portuguese capital is a box of surprises that offers travellers a multitude of experiences. The neighbourhoods of Lisbon are renowned for their distinct character and even for the activity that prevails in them, such as the fado shows of Alfama, the nightlife of the Bairro Alto neighbourhood and the bookshops and cafés of Chiado. If there is a common denominator between all of them, it is their special charm and their cheerful rhythm that entices you to walk around and discover them.

        Alfama

        The neighbourhood of Alfama is one of the most sought-after areas of Lisbon, which has been able to preserve its authentic charm while incorporating tourism as another aspect of the make up of its streets. Fado shows, an essential Portuguese tradition, are very typical in this area.
        Also, there are vantage points such as that of Graça and Santa Luzia, the São Jorge Castle and, very nearby, the Sé Cathedral.

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        The centre zone and La Baixa

        Praça do Comércio is the tourist heart par excellence of Lisbon, and the point from where some of its main arterial streets run out of, such as the pedestrian Rua Augusta.
        This square, which opens out onto the Tagus, stands out for the majesty of the arch of Rua Augusta and the buildings with yellow façades, one of the most typical images of Lisbon.
        In this zone, you can take buses to Belém and other tourist areas. Also, it is an ideal meeting point for discovering La Baixa and delving into the neighbourhoods of Chiado and Rossio.

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        Portuguese gastronomy

        Lisbon is also a paradise for people who love cuisine. The star dish of the restaurants of Lisbon is undoubtedly cod, and it is said that it is possible to make a different recipe from it every day of the year.
        In June, cod gives way to grilled sardines, whose appetising aroma fills the streets of the Alfama neighbourhood. In winter, roast chestnuts tempt travellers from the street stands scattered all over the city. People also battle the cold with a good dish of feixoada or açorda.
        For dessert, it is essential to try the pastéis de Belém, with their exquisite combination of pastry and custard. To begin the day with something a little sweet, the most typical food is bolos de arroz.

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