When I look up photos online of Sintra (near Lisbon in Portugal), I see beautiful blue skies, a bright yellow castle, a moss-covered ceremonial well, and much more beauty. I want to see that too! But that goes horribly wrong….
It’s always nice to immerse yourself in local customs. That goes for Lisbon too. The city is known for the yellow trams, pastel de nata, and fado. But there’s more! Don’t miss these unique things to do in Lisbon and typical Lisbon food!
After Athens, Lisbon is the oldest city in Europe. And it is gorgeous! The narrow streets that wind up and down (hello, calf muscles!) take you past dozens of sights. Make the most of your visit with these tips for things to do in Lisbon, Portugal. Including some unusual things to do.
Anyone who has ever been to Lisbon knows you walk up and down hills all day. Good for the calves and buttocks, but sometimes it’s nice to drive around a bit. Not with a hop-on hop-off bus, because we want to be in the driver’s seat ourselves. And press the gas, push hard! So we try a GoCar tour in Lisbon.