What To Eat In Lisbon: A Lisbon Foodie Guide

Did you know that apart from being a wonderful historical destination, Lisbon is also a great place for foodies. Whether you are a seafood lover, a wine connoisseur, or a dessert expert, you will always find something in Lisbon to suit your taste buds.

Today, we have guest author, Amber Charmei, telling us exactly what to eat in Lisbon and where to find these delicacies. Be it the uber-famous Pasteis de Nata, a traditional Bifana, or the quintessentially souvenir-like canned seafood, this guide will help you find everything you need to satisfy your hunger pangs in Lisbon. So what are you waiting for? Let’s dig in!

The Best Viewpoints In Lisbon: 10 Stunning Views

I have written so much about Lisbon, its history, its culture, food, and people. Yet, I always feel that there is so much more to write. Like this article on the best views in Lisbon.

Trust me, I am not a big fan of views. But Lisbon truly wowed me in this area.

The city is spread over seven different hills that are filled with cute, colorful houses topped with orange tiled roofs. A combination of these factors results in some of the most stunning, abundantly vibrant vistas that I have ever seen in my life. So, go ahead and have a look at what Lisbon has in store for you.

15 Best Things To Do In Lisbon Portugal – The Only Lisbon Guide You Need

As Covid19 continues to spread and traveling seems like a distant dream, I am reminded of my travels to an amazing place in Europe. Lisbon! The vibrant historic capital of Portugal.

There were so many different things to do in Lisbon. Heritage monuments, charming streets, stunning views, good food, and even better – Pasteis de Natas! I felt I could have lived a lifetime in Lisbon. Here’s a bit on whatever I could savor in my 4 days in this amazing city. I really hope to going back one day and seeing more. Do give it a read if you have ever loved any city like I have loved Lisbon!

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