Reserved at least half a day and take Tram 15E from Central Lisbon (Praça do Comércio terminal) to the town of Belém, to understand Portugal’s participation in the Age of Discovery. The windy breeze coming from Rio Tejo (Tagus River), the grand nautical monuments, the monastery where explorers spent their last night in prayer before […]Read more "Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, Torre de Belém, Lisbon, Portugal"
It baffles me to think why Lisbon remains to be not as popular as the other neighboring European capital. Who will not fall in love in a city where there is abundance of sunshine, an easy access to the beach, beautiful old Gothic churches to admire, nostalgic tram ride to take, and faded grand architecture […]Read more "Praça do Comércio, Sé, Barrios de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal"
My first day in Lisbon was spent with one mission alone, that is to take the classic Lisbon’s Tram 28E early morning, before it gets too crowded and in a way to avoid the synonymously famous pick pocketing activities on-board this popular tram journey. To board the quaint yellow tram screeching and rattling its way […]Read more "Tram 28E and the Alfama District, Lisbon, Portugal"