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8 Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Lisbon

If you’re going to be in Lisbon on 31 December, there are plenty of ways to celebrate – from intimate dinners to hotel parties to bar hopping to free fireworks display. Check out these ideas for your New Year’s Eve celebration in the Portuguese capital.

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Self-Guided Walking Tour of Belém

Explore Lisbon’s finest monuments and museums, including the iconic Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery, with this self-guided tour. You can pick the sights that most interest you and see them in any order. Use our suggestions for eats and drinks.

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Lisbon On a Rainy Day – An Itinerary

Are you stuck on a rainy day in Lisbon? Don’t worry! Even in bad weather, you can find plenty of things to do that will keep you mostly dry and definitely entertained. Just grab an umbrella or a rain jacket, and don’t let a rainy day ruin your Lisbon visit.

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A Travel Guide for Visiting Porto

Porto in northern Portugal is home to Port wine and a beautiful UNESCO-listed old centre. Though smaller than Lisbon, the city has many sights to see. Find all the essential information for your visit to Porto, including how to get around, hotels, restaurants, the feast of Saint John, and a Douro valley wine tour.

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Planning a Day Trip to Nazaré

Nazaré is a coastal resort north of Lisbon and an increasingly popular destination among surfers and tourists. Details about the perfect day trip from Lisbon with suggested stops on route.

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What to Do in a Day Trip to Peniche

If you’re planning a trip to Peniche, here are some ways to spend your time. Visit the fortress, discover Portuguese traditions, venture onward to Cabo Carvoeiro, take a boat ride to the Berlengas Islands, relax on the beach, and enjoy fresh fish and seafood.

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Walking Itinerary: From Bairro Alto to Cais do Sodré

Central Lisbon is best explored on foot, and this great walk will take from the Bairro Alto to Cais do Sodré by the River Tejo, passing through Chiado. It includes viewpoints, churches, an opera house and a museum, cafés, and places where you can eat and recharge during your walk.

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