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Trip to Lisbon 2014 Check this out!

A great guide to Lisbon.

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Where to Stay - I love the Ritz Four Seasons; 

Where to Eat - SeaMe  http://www.peixariamoderna.com  

Where to Snack - Campo de Ourique Market

Shop 'til you Drop - Principe Real area. 

Best wine store - Garrafeira Campo de Ourique https://www.facebook.com/garrafeira.campodeourique 

Best Museum - Agree with National Museum of Ancient Art but love Sao Roque too. Really there are too many fabulous museums in the city to choose just one. 

Sintra is great but don't forget Palace of Queluz great for a lunch stop http://www.pousadas.pt/historic-hotels-portugal/en/restaurants/pages/cozinha-velha.aspx 

 

Best plan is to book a custom trip to my fair city in 2014 & let me show you round, then the choice will be yours www.your-lisbon-guide.com 

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Lisbon on the Top 20 World Cities List

Lisbon on the Top 20  World Cities List | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

According to the Dude who visited every country. I've been to a few cities in my quest to visit all 198 countries in the world, and I've written a book about it called 198: How I Ran Out of Countries. But this list is about the top 20 cities that I love -- based on the people, the food, the fun, and the atmosphere. Cities that, if given the chance, I'm betting you will love too. 

Don't miss Lisbon, the charming and narrow alleyways in Baixa, the Old Town, home to quirky bars, restaurants (for any budget), and hole-in-the-wall art galleries. It alone makes the city worth a visit. But that's just the beginning; there is so much more to see and do in The City of Seven Hills. Lisbon is a city of contradictions, blending elegant, over-the-top bars and restaurants with shabby-but-chic drinking joints

Mary H Goudie's insight:

Laid back and lovely Lisbon, is for foot cruising, photographing and hanging out in the sunshine. 

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3D Lisbon Street Art the“Pig”

3D Lisbon Street Art the“Pig” | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
Constantly traveling around Europe to create new installations, Bordalo II is back in his home town of Lisbon in Portugal.

The talented artist spent a few days working on a large new sculpture which is entitled “Pig”. As usual with Bordalo, this work was built and created using trash and found materials gathered locally through dumpsters and recycling centers.
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3D Street Art out of nothing wasted - what you find in Lisbon it you know where to look.
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Alfama - Photography by Thomas Thorstensson

Alfama - Photography by Thomas Thorstensson | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Street and portrait photography from Alfama in Lisbon, Portugal.

The Alfama is the oldest district in Lisbon. The name "Alfama" can be derived from the Arabic word Alfamm: "mouth" in Arabic. Some of the parishes it includes are São Miguel, Santo Estêvão, and São Vicente de Fora. It is a close neighbour to the district of Mouraria, an old Moorish neigbourhood, which I sometimes stray over into, unknowingly. Alfama is an organic weave of old cobble stone streets, meandering passages, and dangerously close by tram lines. But below the enigmatic surface there’s also for many locals a harder reality of worn out urban conditions. In this body of work I'm trying to look beyond the stock photo trams and into the organic coexistence of architecture, history, and everyday life that exists here.

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Tip: For those who like their wandering discovery stroll of Lisbon on the less energetic side, take the antique 28 tram up to Graça and walk downhill through Alfama. 
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New Lisbon Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology

New Lisbon Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon: Public Building Development, Portugal - design by AL_A - Lisbon Building, Architecture,

The Kunsthall Building
The new MAAT kunsthall building, designed by AL_A, will create exhibition spaces beneath a gracefully undulating roof, conceived to create new public space above the galleries. The project will renew access to the Belém waterfront from the city and consolidate the wider publicly-funded urban regeneration of the quarter. 

Incorporating over 7,000m⊃2; of new public space, the kunsthall will explore the convergence of architecture, technology and contemporary art as a field of cultural practice. It will accommodate a trans-disciplinary programme of exhibitions, public events and community engagement. As a new discursive space for the city, it will lead the conversation about the evolution of Lisbon and Portugal.

AL_A’s response exploits the natural assets of the waterfront site, framing an architectural narrative that is sensitive to both its cultural heritage and the future of the city.

Inspired by Lisbon’s rich material heritage, calçada-tile pavements are subtly reinterpreted underfoot and used to merge the new public spaces with the existing texture of the city street.

Building on Portugal’s rich tradition of ceramics, 3D tiles articulate the façade and produce a complex surface that gives readings of water, light and shadow, capturing and magnifying the tonal light qualities of this site.

Mary H Goudie's insight:

MAAT The new Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology designed by British architect Amanda Levete will have plenty of space for exhibitions and events. Still  under construction on the waterfront it is scheduled to open this summer.  New director Pedro Gadanho, the former curator of contemporary architecture of MoMA New York, says says that this future Lisbon museum will be unique in the world, since no other crosses the disciplines of art, architecture and technology. It will link the relationship between art and new technologies, through contemporary and international programming. Personally I can't wait to see it.

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NOW TAKING OFF: TAP PORTUGAL DAILY FLIGHTS TO JFK, BOSTON - airsoc.com

NOW TAKING OFF: TAP PORTUGAL DAILY FLIGHTS TO JFK, BOSTON - airsoc.com | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

 

Finally, TAP has just launched a new stopover program, said Neeleman. “People hear about Portugal and say they want to visit, but always end up going to larger cities in Europe,” he said. “Lisbon is so far out of the way, but there are better connection because you don’t have to backtrack going around Europe.”

Travelers can spend up to three nights in Lisbon, said Neeleman. “And we’ll even fly you to Oporto for free, then you can go on to where you want to go in Europe,” he said. “We’ll have 30 departures a week between the U.S. and Portugal. It’s a great place to visit.”

The new daily Boston service starts on June 11 and the new JFK daily flights commence on July 1. Both will be operated with new Airbus A330s to be delivered in June, boosting its fleet to 20 aircraft.  

TAP’s new executive class cabin has 20 lie-flat seats, while the economy cabin offers 34-inch seat pitch in economy plus and a 31-inch pitch in economy. The A330 will also have Panasonic’s EX-3 inflight individual on-demand entertainment system. The plan is to retrofit the entire A330 starting in 2017.

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Flying to Lisbon from New York JFK and Boston Logan just got so much easier for American travellers wanting to take a trip to Portugal capital city. 

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In Love with Portugal The poet Luís Vaz de Camões

In Love with Portugal The poet Luís Vaz de Camões | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Who knew love in Portugal better than, Luís Vaz de Camões 

(1524 to June 10, 1580). The true power of his command of Portuguese is unequalled, and this is considered one of his most moving love poems, Alma Minha Gentil

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The sea is always calling here at Lisbon's shore, missing and alonging is always a moment away.

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Lisbon I Love my city

Lisbon I Love my city | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

 

Lisbon a place of rare, briny energy, a poem of a port city that shifts and ebbs with tidal surety and cares not what it should be doing. Lisboa, eu amo-te.

 

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Here, under the Monument to the Discoveries, topped by Henry’s proud, feather-hatted form, I convinced myself you could almost smell the tropics. Here, at the defiant fringes of Europe where early explorers had turned their back on the old world to sail into the unknown, Africa, Brazil and The Cape were, I imagined, no more than a sniff away on a perfumed wave. This deep sense of yearning fitted neatly into that oh-so-Portuguese condition ofsaudade. This melancholic, bittersweet state of longing that underpins everything, from Portugal’s poetry to its fado music has it roots, sages have mused, in the country’s early history of sending its people out to sea — many of whom would never return. Thus, for me, Lisbon began as a promise. It was as much a place in and of itself as it was somewhere defined by big ideas, by the continents and countries conquered by its explorers: de Gama, Cabral, Magellan and my current Age of Discoveries crush, Prince Henry.

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Win a two-night luxurious stay on the Lisbon coast!

Win a two-night luxurious stay on the Lisbon coast! | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
Relax along Portugal’s serene Atlantic coast at The Oitavos – the five-star Sintra-Cascais resort that will melt your stress away. Just a short ride from the beautiful Portuguese capital and Lisbon airport, The Oitavos sits alongside the Sintra Mountains and Europe’s most westerly
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Win over four thousand dollars worth of pure luxury on the Lisbon coast - this could be you enjoying your little slice of Portuguese heaven at the Oitavos http://www.theoitavos.com; Want to see even more give me a call and let me organize a custom tour for you when you come. 

 

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Lisbon one of the stunning cities you need to see in your lifetime!

Lisbon one of the stunning cities you need to see in your lifetime! | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

 

 

Home to monuments, museums, cathedrals—all the typical marks of a major city, the capital city of Portugal is unlike any other capital in the world. Lisbon features intricate works of street art, but is also home to incredible galleries; ancient alleyways lead you past old pastel-colored homes, while new office buildings sit not far away and beautiful beaches aren’t far off, either. Visit Lisbon to get a sense of this one-of-a-kind capital and let the brightly-colored cityscape steal your heart.

Mary H Goudie's insight:

Make this the year you visit my adopted home city of Lisbon. Let me show you round on one of my custom tours http://www.your-lisbon-guide.com  

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Surf is Up in Portugal the Build Up to Peniche

A year in review, leading to the event in Portugal with bit Title implications.
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Surf the Pipes or Supertubos as they call them here on the west coast of Portugal 

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New Lisbon Hotel right on the Tagus River Front - Pousada de Lisboa, Portugal

New Lisbon Hotel right on the Tagus River Front - Pousada de Lisboa, Portugal | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
Poet, playwright and government minister Antonio Ferro came up with the concept of the pousada in the 1940s: a hotel that offers an authentically Portuguese experience, via itssurroundings and gastronomy. There are now almost 30 pousadas dotted around the Portuguese mainland and islands; many occupy historic buildings in sublime locations. So, it was something of an anomaly that until this summer, there wasn't one in the capital, one of Europe's oldest cities.
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Down town Lisbon, right on the water front in the main square slap bang on the side of the triumphal arch, the gateway into the city of Lisbon. Be on the same spot where Princes and Kings, Queen and Princesses arrived at Portugal's capital. 

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Lisbon, the Beautiful Rossio Station

Lisbon, the Beautiful Rossio Station | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Visiting and photographing the beautiful Rossio Railway Station in central Lisbon.

The Rossio Railway Station was built in 1891 and was formely the central railway station of Lisbon (called Estação Central). 

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The main facade (as seen on my photo above) is especially beautiful. 
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In the old Manueline style but build just nine years shy of the 20th century. Looks can be deceiving but are certainly stunning.  

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Lisbon Take it to the Top

Lisbon Take it to the Top | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

It took four years to build, but the ride to the top takes only 30 seconds. So let Lisbon offer you a lift for some of the best views of its skyline. 

This 147-feet high neo-Gothic tower takes you from the flat streets of Baixa to the hills of Chiado and Bairro Alto. Two polished wood cabins with large mirrors travel up and down the tower, and although it’s a fast ride, it’s worth every second.

On the top, you find a panoramic platform with the finest views across Lisbon’s downtown, Rossio and Praça da Figueira squares, São Jorge Castle and the river. 

Built in the early 1900s by the Portuguese engineer Raul Mesnier, today it’s one of the city’s most famous landmarks. In 2002, it was classified as National Monument, along with the other three Lisbon’s legendary funiculars – Lavra, Glória and Bica.

The lift’s exit walkway leads into Carmo Square, where you find Carmo Convent ruins, once one of Lisbon’s most imposing churches and still one of town’s most striking sights. What you see today was what survived to 1755 earthquake.

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High life on top of town here in Lisbon. 

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Portuguese Wine Guide for Beginners

Portuguese Wine Guide for Beginners | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
If you have a favorite go-to wine, whether it's Malbec, Barbera, or Chardonnay, chances are that Portugal has a fresh alternative that might cost even less.

Via Gwen McCauley
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Lisboa Wine region yes this city has its own! The tiny region of Colares sits right along the Atlantic Ocean outside of the capital city, Lisbon. It is one of many DOCs in the Lisboa region, making some truly standout wines from the Ramisco grape. 
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I've long been a fan of Portuguese wines and am delighted to see the many new varieties becoming readily available. The Algarve is now producing some stunning wines that I often highlight to my custom A Taste of Algarve culinary tour clients. This Beginners Guide is a handy starting point.
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The Portuguese SeasideTown That Inspired James Bond

The  Portuguese SeasideTown That Inspired James Bond | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Where to eat and drink in the resort town that was once home to fleeing royalty—and the spies who watched them.

While Lisbon was the center of official operations, seaside Estoril teemed with royal families from Spain, Italy, and Bulgaria, as well as French aristocrats, wealthy traders, displaced Jews, and the spies surveilling them all. Many took rooms at the Palácio—Allied territory—or the Hotel Atlántico, favored by the Germans. The Spanish royal family remained in town until the & '70s. My very first time at the Palácio, walking to the breakfast buffet at the end of a hallway took me nearly 20 minutes, because I kept stopping to look at the photos of visiting European royalty and guests from the '30s to the present that lined the walls: stiff skirts at debutante balls, tiaras and white dresses at weddings, Grace Kelly and members of the Spanish royal family—the Infanta Pilar, among other Bourbons. Later that evening, I chose my outfit with slightly more care. The next day, as I left for the beach, I swiped on some lipstick.


The Palácio, with its dark bar and bright lobby, copious marble, lived-in period furniture, and bellhops in tails, has the inherent theatricality of an old movie. Ian Fleming stayed here in May of 1941, when he met Serbian-born triple agent Dusko Popov, the ur-Bond playboy spy known as “Tricycle” for the women occupying both his arms. Here, Fleming conceived of his famed character (and perhaps his hero's idiosyncratic “shaken, not stirred” directive). In those years, the high floors of Estoril hotels—the Palácio, Atlántico, and Inglaterra—were booked solid by agents who gazed toward the ocean after nightfall to decipher code twinkling from offshore ships. When the Germans ordered the best champagne at Spy's Bar, the gin-swilling Allies knew a battle had been lost in Africa. Bartenders got the news before the papers printed it.

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Lisbon Coast - Estoril a town with a beach an attitude and ghosts of Second World War spies. 
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Lisbon Principe Real Neighborhood 

Lisbon Principe Real Neighborhood  | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
The Principe Real Neighborhood in Lisbon is hip, luxurious and has tons of restaurants, shops and bars. This is your guide to what you must see and do there.
Mary H Goudie's insight:
One of my favorite off the beaten track areas in Lisbon, Principe Real is chock a block full on interesting things to enjoy.
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11 Things You Don't Know About Lisbon

11 Things You Don't Know About Lisbon | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
Lisbon is undoubtedly one of the best city-beach locations in Europe. With year-round sunshine, a collection of charming churches and picturesque grand plazas, it's the perfect place to enjoy a few days of Portugal's enthralling culture, beautiful food and warm weather! To get to know this inspiring city a little bit better, we've found 11 facts about Lisbon that you definitely don't already know...
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Now I have tweaked your interest book your trip to Lisbon and let me show you my adopted city. 

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Take a Walk on the Wild Side on Lisbon's Mosaic Sidewalks

Take a Walk on the Wild Side on Lisbon's Mosaic Sidewalks | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
Calçada Portuguesa, or "Portuguese Pavement", the mosaic sidewalks of Lisbon are a signature style that can be found wherever the Portuguese settled.
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#Art below your feet courtesy of Lisbon's crafty artisans.

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Modern Additions Shake Up Lisbon a Stunning Capital

Modern Additions Shake Up Lisbon a Stunning  Capital | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it
Historic castles mix with hot new restaurants in this charmingly complex capital city.
Mary H Goudie's insight:

This just touches the surface of what Lisbon has to offer. Time to get to know my adopted home city. Let me custom fit a tour for you in 2016.

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Discover Lisbon in the off-season

Discover Lisbon in the off-season | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

 

 

LISBON, PORTUGAL: I fell in love with the hills and the winding, narrow streets and the rambling, rumbling trams. The food is quite good, the wine exceptional and the value tremendous. They are on the Euro, but you can find good meals for less than $15 Canadian and good wine for $6. Super friendly people, too. Do not miss a day trip to beautiful Sintra, with its hilltop castles and forts. If the weather is nice, the beach is also close by.

Mary H Goudie's insight:

Lisbon off season - what off season.

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Lisbon one of the World's Best Cities for Street Art

Lisbon one of the World's Best Cities for Street Art | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Lisbon's street art scene was well established before 2010, but the launch of the Crono Project that year helped bring it international attention. This initiative successfully organized and encouraged local and international artists to enhance the facades of deteriorating buildings with their artwork. Lisbon's supportive stance toward street art has inspired international artists such as Brazil's Os Gemeos to leave their mark on the city.

Mary H Goudie's insight:

There is a whole world of street art in Lisbon, from spray can wielding Grannies to home boy VHILS, tagging to collaboration projects and even guided tours dedicated to the art form.

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European Golf Destination of The Year the Winner - Lisbon Coast

European Golf Destination of The Year the Winner - Lisbon Coast | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

 

As you may have guessed it’s not just the golf courses that make this region around the Portuguese Capital such a special travel destination for golfer, but the charming towns and cities, stunning landscapes and countless fascinating and exciting off course attractions too.

Whether you’d enjoy spending your days away from the course exploring gothic cathedrals, fascinating monasteries and museums, all of which are in abundance in Lisbon City; relaxing by taking a seat at an old school cafe and enjoying traditional Portuguese fare, perhaps even a glass of wine or two before taking a seaside stroll in Sintra and filling the lungs with that crisp seaside air; or saving your energy before hitting the hilltop district of Bairro Alto, home to countless restaurants and bars which will be the perfect sanctuary for the night owls out there; the choice is yours.

LISBON HAS IT ALL.

In terms of golf, we’ve already mentioned that golfers might be more typically drawn to the more famous Algarve, and that’s a shame. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with the Algarve, it’s one of the best golf holiday destinations in the world, ticking boxes for golfers of all shapes and sizes; but the courses in Lisbon are all seemingly spectacular, benefitting from breathtaking locations, and perhaps a bit more of an element of surprise. I’d suggest that many golfers would find it difficult to believe that a handful of the courses here are actually in Portugal, which simply makes them more unique.One of the chosen few to receive an award was the golfing hotspot of Lisbon in Portugal, which claimed the prize for Golf Destination of The Year in Europe. More specifically, it was the Lisboa Golf Coast, known as The Silver Coast to many, which is home to an amazing array of golf courses which, while perhaps not matching the more famous Algarve in terms of quantity, certainly matches it for quality, which claimed the top spot in Europe.

Mary H Goudie's insight:

Lisbon just keeps getting better and better as an all year round destination where golfer or not you will be spoilt for choice. Make this year your time to give Lisbon a travel try. Custom tour it with  me http://www.your-lisbon-guide.com/ 

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One of the Coolest Cities in Europe - Lisbon of course!

One of the Coolest Cities in Europe - Lisbon of course! | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Underestimate Western Europe's oldest capital at your peril. A port at the centre of what was once a vast and wealthy maritime empire will always be a cosmopolitan place to hang out. Lisbon does distinct districts beautifully, with the formality of the central Praça do Comércio (created after the earthquake of 1755) flanked by the winding lanes of the Alfama, the city's centre under the Arabic occupation of Iberia, and the once-seedy and now achingly cool dockyard area of Cais do Sodré. The city has rediscovered its mojo in a major way: where bacalao (salt cod) was once the culinary high (ie, not very high at all), young chefs are reimagining Portuguese petiscos (tapas); meanwhile, elegant town houses are being converted into chic hotels, and the nightlife is as good as any self-respecting seafront city should expect.

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Cool Lisbon my adopted hometown. Can't live here then you had better visit soon!

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Lisbon - A Destination

Lisbon - A Destination | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Portugal’s capital has largely eschewed the trappings of globalisation, but that’s not to say contemporary attractions, from directional wine bars to edgy art tours, aren’t flourishing. From my home Campo de Ourique in an increasingly desirable boho-art neighbourhood, the real talk of the town, in Lisbon and beyond, is Príncipe Real a mere stroll away. 

But the queues you will see on the street in Príncipe Real are mostly about the culinary delights of tiny A Cevicheria, which has been the place to go in Lisbon since it opened in January. The brief, straightforward menu revolves around different ceviches and ends with a memorable melt-in-the-mouth dulce de leche tart. Decor is limited to a giant model octopus hanging from the ceiling above the chef’s counter, and windows open to the street allow the crowd to get drinks while they wait (the no-reservations policy seems not to have dampened local, and increasingly international, enthusiasm for it in the slightest).

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Here I snapped Chef Alex Saramento of Cervicheria no doubt thinking of his next menu. After having a run in with head Chef Kiko Martins of O Talho fame at Lisbon Fish and Flavours food fest with Gwen McCauley and were blown away with the dishes from Cervicheria, I took Steven Volpe Interior Designer from San Francisco to sample the food as part of one of my special custom travel tours in Lisbon. 

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Custom Travel Tours to Lisbon

Custom Travel Tours to Lisbon | Travel 2 Lisbon | Scoop.it

Coming to Lisbon in the Fall? Find out just how great a custom tour can be this Autumn when its scheduled just for you. A visit to see these feathered friends yesterday was a great added surprise addition to Kate and Thomas out of Lisbon tour. It's the little things that count - be a traveler and not a tourist on your next trip to my city. #Lisbon #tourLisbon #traveltoLisbon#customLisbon

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It's the little things that count. These make your tour in Lisbon EXTRA special. 

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