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Aqueduto das Águas Livres, Lisbon, PortugalAqueduto das Águas LivresLisbon, PortugalÁguas Livres Aqueduct is one of the most remarkable examples of 18th-century Portuguese engineering. It stretches over the Alcantara valley and...Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Lagoa, PortugalConvent of Our Lady of Mount CarmelLagoa, PortugalRuins of Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. The medieval convent was ruined during the sequence of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake and to this day is...Cemitério do Alto de São João, Lisbon, PortugalCemitério do Alto de São JoãoLisbon, PortugalCemitério do Alto de São João is like a small city for dead. Not only the mausoleums are beautiful, but also the view of the city and river Tagus....Sportino, Porto, PortugalSportinoPorto, PortugalIf life imitates art, then I want to walk in these shoes.Largo de Sé, Faro, PortugalLargo de SéFaro, PortugalOne thing I love about visiting Portugal (apart from eating all the pastéis de nata <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f60b.png' >) is being able to admire azulejos (those glazed,...Santa Marta Marisqueira, Lisbon, PortugalSanta Marta MarisqueiraLisbon, PortugalLet me share with you a Portuguese signature dish: Seafood Rice made with lobster, crab, shrimp and clams. We loved this restaurant so much we came...Bordalo II half rabbit, Vila Nova de Gaia, PortugalBordalo II half rabbitVila Nova de Gaia, PortugalRabbit shaped street art sculpture incorporated in to this building. #TrovemberChapel of Bones, Évora, PortugalChapel of BonesÉvora, PortugalMy spookiest discovery. A visit to Evora would not be complete without seeing the ossuary of St. Peter, a 14th Century prayer and meditation...Sintra National Palace, Sintra, PortugalSintra National PalaceSintra, PortugalThe decoration details in the National Palace cause pause in every room, like this, the Magpie Room. If you visit be sure to look up at the...Sintra National Palace, Sintra, PortugalSintra National PalaceSintra, PortugalThe decoration details in the National Palace cause pause in every room, like this, the Swan Hall. If you visit be sure to look up at the ceilings...Santa Marta Marisqueira, Lisbon, PortugalSanta Marta MarisqueiraLisbon, PortugalLet me share with you a Portuguese signature dish: Seafood Rice made with lobster, crab, shrimp and clams. We loved this restaurant so much we came...Parque Eduardo VII, Lisbon, PortugalParque Eduardo VIILisbon, PortugalThis centrally located park is a great place to get in a good walk or run with a fantastic view of the Tagus River while visiting Lisbon. Very safe.National Sanctuary of Christ the King, Almada, PortugalNational Sanctuary of Christ the KingAlmada, PortugalOne of the most iconic sights in Lisbon. Christ the King was inspired by Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer in 1940 when the Council of Bishops...Alcobaça Monastery, Alcobaça, PortugalAlcobaça MonasteryAlcobaça, PortugalEstablished in 1153 by Portugal’s first king and the first Gothic building in the country with classic Gothic lines. The importance of the...Chapel of São Miguel, Coimbra, PortugalChapel of São MiguelCoimbra, PortugalThe altar and ceiling of this stunning chapel are part of the University of Coimbra, the oldest university in Portugal, and, one of the oldest in...Alcobaça Monastery, Alcobaça, PortugalAlcobaça MonasteryAlcobaça, PortugalEstablished in 1153 by Portugal’s first king and the first Gothic building in the country with classic Gothic windows. The importance of the...Alcobaça Monastery, Alcobaça, PortugalAlcobaça MonasteryAlcobaça, PortugalEstablished in 1153 by Portugal’s first king and the first Gothic building in the country. The importance of the Monastery can be measured by the...Alcobaça Monastery, Alcobaça, PortugalAlcobaça MonasteryAlcobaça, PortugalEstablished in 1153 by Portugal’s first king and the first Gothic building in the country. The importance of the Monastery can be measured by the...Secadero de Pescado, Nazaré, PortugalSecadero de PescadoNazaré, PortugalDried octopus anyone? If you are driving the coast of Portugal, be sure to visit the fishing village of Nazaré. The sands on the beach are lovely,...Nazare Beach, Nazaré, PortugalNazare BeachNazaré, PortugalIf you are driving the coast of Portugal, be sure to visit the fishing village of Nazaré. The sands on the beach are lovely, the seafood is divine...
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