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Lisbon is both Portugal’s capital and biggest city, with 500 thousand people living within its boundaries. Lisboneers are also known as alfacinhas (little lettuce), due to the Moorish population's habit of growing al-hassa, a word that evolved to alface (lettuce). And if one considers Lisbon’s neighbouring areas, one can say there are three million alfacinhas. This makes Lisbon a dynamic and modern city, without letting go its own history and traditions. As the westernmost European capital and crossing point between Europe, Africa, Asia and America, Lisbon grew to become a city of contrasts, noticeable in every nook and cranny. The picturesque villages of Sintra and Cascais, as well as the many beaches recommendable for surf, turn Lisbon into a growing worldwide touristic destination.
Cafés, Bars and Clubs
Lisbon of Os Maias Tour
House Museum Amália Rodrigues
Beyond the Tram 28
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Parque de Jogos 1º de maio, in Alvalade, is set to host the second edition of City of Traditions over this weekend. The event is highlighting the Alentejo typical culture and, for three days, will gather...
The writer João Tordo is the third guest of the Table&Friends' dinners, scheduled for the 24 September, Wednesday, in the restaurant Come Prima. Having published books in countries such as France, Germany,...
National Tile Museum, in partnership with EPAL, is set to inaugurate tomorrow by 7 p.m., the exhibit The Water in the Portuguese Tiles on the 18th century. Carried out under the IWA - World Water Congress...
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