Alfama

Alfama

Alfama is the oldest and one of the most amazing district of Lisbon. It is located on one of seven hills of Lisbon, right below the St. George's Castle. It could be best described as a village within a city made up of narrow streets, tiny squares, churches and whitewashed houses with wrought-iron balconies adorned...

Where to stay in Lisbon?

Where to stay in Lisbon?

Lisbon provides a rich and diverse accommodation capacity. It is worth to carefully consider your choice of hotel in Lisbon, therefore we will be pleased to offer a perfect hotel that match to your needs and available budget. For those planning an intensive stay in Lisbon, the best option is to choose the hotel in...

Longing called saudade

Longing called saudade

The Portuguese describe themselves as a 'nation of gentle customs'. It's the country in which we can find spontaneous sympathy, great patience and reflexivity.

Coffee- tips how to order

Coffee- tips how to order

Being in Lisbon it is worth entering into the skin of a typical Jo?o for one day (pronounced by John Smith in english-speaking countries).

Jardim da Estrela

Jardim da Estrela

The mysterious Jardim da Estrela (Star Garden) most of a all, a garden for people - a place that we can experience, not just visit because recreation in Portuguese has many name.

Breakfast in Portugal

Breakfast in Portugal

The Portuguese breakfast every time are sweet. Given the right dose of caffeine, our Mr. Joao travels through a sweet galaxy of sugar, egg yolks, filo pastry paper, almonds and cream. He finds a lot of sweets in Portugal.

Casa do Alentejo

Casa do Alentejo

Seeing, for the first time, the immensity of oriental mosaics, lace arches and figurine stucco, we are overwhelmed by the impression that we have moved to the Land of the Thousand and One Night '.

The church without the roof

The church without the roof

The red roofs are the crowns of the seven? Lisbon hills, but paradoxically it is the lack of roof that makes the former Carmelite Church one of the most fascinating objects in the Portuguese capital.

The church without the roof

The church without the roof

In the history of Portugal, the motive of promise appears repeatedly - such 'something for something' with the absolute. At the end of the 14th century, when dies Ferdinand I, without a male descendant, claims to the crown are reported by the Castilian forces. The independence of the country is threatened.