My Lisbon Bucketlist

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Home of Portugal's mournful fado singing, Lisbon's 500-hundred-year-old Bairro Alto this translates as ?upper district' sits at the working-class heart of the city, a district of steep, narrow lanes lined with cramped townhouses and jumping with a quirky mix of stores, barbers' shops, bars, restaurants and late-night clubs. By day Bairro Alto's attractions include the Port Wine Institute - the best place to taste and buy port in Lisbon - and it is accessible from the circular route taken by Lisbon's famous touristy Tram 28. Don't dismiss a visit to the Jesuit church of S?o Roque on Largo Trindade Coelho built at the height of Jesuit power in Portugal in the 16th century, its bland, whitewashed exterior conceals an interior of breath-taking Baroque indulgence. The riot of ceiling paintings, gilded ornamentation and John the Baptist's chapel, which is studded with mosaics of ivory, gold and silver, has earned it a reputation as the world's most expensive church.
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Discover the beauty of Lisbon in a unique and exciting way – on a sidecar motorbike! See all of Lisbon’s highlights, like the famous 16th-century Tower of Belem, the Jerónimos Monastery, and the charming districts of Alfama, Bairro Alto and Chiado, while you relax and have fun on your sidecar. Motorbikes allow one to two passengers, and are driven by a qualified guide, who will ensure you have a memorable experience. With a choice of morning, afternoon, evening and full-day private tours, select the best option for you and see the best of Lisbon!
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Lisbon's Stadium of the Light is a multi-sports complex with facilities for hockey, volleyball and basketball as well as swimming pools and health clubs. It's best known, however, for being home base of one of Portugal's leading football teams, Sport Lisboa Benfica. The Est?dio da Luz was opened in 2004 for the European Championships and seats 65,647 in its covered stands, which can be retracted. It was designed in reinforced concrete and consists of three tiers of seating, all decked out in Benfica's team colors of white and red. Within the complex there are several restaurants, a shopping mall and an award-wining museum, the Museu Benfica Cosme Dami?o, named after a soccer hero who established the Portuguese football league in the 1920s. Among the interactive displays on the three floors of this award-winning, family-friendly collection - opened in 2013 - are more than 1,000 trophies awarded to Benfica and a movie showcasing the club's history.
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The best tarts that stole my heart away were the tarts from Nata, I had my very first bite of Portuguese tarts here, and then I quickly grew inseparable ever since. Being in Portugal saw me visiting the nearest NATA shop every morning for my dose of tarts. Ah, heaven on earth!





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