10 Idyllic Parks in Lisbon – Lisbon’s most Beautiful City Parks and Gardens

Looking out of the windof of Estufa Fria in Lisbon

Discovering a new place can be done in many different ways. Some people prefer to do plain sight-seeing while others like to enjoy the nature the surroundings have to offer. We’re more supporters of the second type and can’t get enough of mesmerizing parks when traveling. During our time in Lisbon we had the chance to spend relaxed afternoons and take long walks in the city’s most idyllic parks. Here you’ll find a selection of…

If you have Just One Day in Lisbon – How would your Itinerary look?

Viewpoint of Lisbon

Portugal is one of the world’s most visited places. Especially the beaches around the Algarve are loved by the backpackers. You’ll even see a lot of hitchhikers when you drive on the highways. The summers in the Algarve are unique. It’s this special travel spirit very hard to describe with words if you haven’t experienced it yourself. Most of the travelers who come to explore Portugal, mainly arrive at the airport in Lisbon. It’s not…

The Full List of All Fountains and Water Spots in Lisbon

Tina at Fonte Luminosa fountain, Lisbon

We love to travel in summer or visit places which are warm throughout the whole year. If it wouldn’t be for the sun, the majority of the people wouldn’t consider to travel at all in their holidays. Bright sunshine does not only make your photos appear vibrant, it also lets you shine from the inside and outside. Apart from all the positive about the sun, there is one thing that can be quite enduring in…

Abandoned places in Lisbon – Time machine

When we travel, we often come across lots of interesting monuments, buildings, parks and sights. Some may be more maintained than others and usually they’re open to everyone for visiting and discovering. If it’s a popular destination, there is a high chance that you’ll meet other travelers there. And then, on the other hand, there are the less crowded places. Old buildings nobody pays a visit because there is no life anymore, thus no maintenance,…

Getting around in Lisbon — public transport

Getting a ticket Short-stay You can get a one-way metro ticket for € 1.40 at the vending machines in the metro stations. Alternatively, you can buy a € 6 daily ticket (valid 24 hours). Don’t throw away the ticket when you used it, it can be recharged in the vending machines. It’ll save you 50 cents. Instead of paying per journey, there is also the option to just charge the card with a certain amount…