Postcards From Lisbon

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Majestic monasteries, Gothic cathedrals and quaint museums – real delights of discovery lie in wandering the narrow lanes of Lisbon’s charming backstreets.

Before my travels through Poland this summer, I finally made it to beautiful Portugal. This time the food was not my main focus, but the scenery, landscape and narrow streets of Lisbon.

I felt so blessed being in Lisbon – Europe’s second-oldest capital and home to the world’s greatest explorers like Vasco da Gama.

Since I was a little girl, I wanted to stroll down the streets of Lisbon and capture the moments of local life.

Lisbon is a true world city and it’s one of the most historical cities I have ever had a chance to discover.

It has characteristic and surprising sight and stunning cultural treasures.

What I love the most about Lisbon is its beautiful setting that make it a paradise for walkers and wanna-be photographers like me.

Its mild climate and sunny weather made my stay here even more unforgettable.

It was lovely to observe bright yellow trams wind their way through curvy tree-lined streets.

Lisboêtas stroll through the old quarters…

Lisbon’s surroundings offer an incredible variety of tourist attractions. It has everything I could ever wish for – fairytale city center, delicious food and always smiling Portuguese who take everything easy.

Lisbon is so colorful and bright. It is filled with romance, love and happiness.

It simple left me speechless…

Judging by these postcards, how beautiful do you find Lisbon?

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Agness Walewinder
Agness Walewinder
Travel freak, vagabond, photography passionate, blogger, life enthusiast, backpacker, adventure hunter and endless energy couchsurfer living by the rule "Pack lite, travel far and live long!"
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60 thoughts on “Postcards From Lisbon”

  1. I left my heart in Portugal as a whole. However, Lisbon was the most memorable city of the trip. I need to get back there as soon as possible.

  2. I definitely would love to go and discover Lisbon and the rest of Portugal! Your photos show how colourful and vibrant the city seems to be!

  3. I’ve only ever seen Lisbon from the air yet even then it looked very appealing.

    You’ve posted some wonderful pictures which makes me even more curious. Thanks for sharing Agness.

  4. Miriam of Adventurous Miriam

    It looks amazing and the colors are so beautiful! Although I haven’t been to Lisbon, you’ve given me a lovely impression of the city.

  5. Agness, you’re photos are incredible! I love all the colors in Lisbon. I love the ones of the watercolor trams, and the doors! :D

  6. Lisbon looks beautiful! I love the colorful houses, the old looking doors, the cobblestoned streets, the red roofs.. I think it’s enough to make me want to visit it!

  7. I am currently thinking about where to go for my next trip (after NYC in October) and I can’t decide between Lisbon and Stockholm ;) Your photos definitely didn’t make it any easier for me to decide. Lisbon looks stunning.

  8. Some good friends of ours have said that Lisbon is one of their favourite places in the world – judging from this photos I can see why!

  9. Wow! Lisbon comes across as a very quaint little place! Colorful, quiet and full of eye catching architecture. Your photographs bring the city to life Agness!

  10. Mary {The World Is A Book}

    Absolutely gorgeous! Lisbon looks so beautiful and inviting. It’s been at the top of my travel wish list and I got outvoted this year by my family who wanted to go to Italy instead. Thank you for the inspiration for now. Love those postcard shots hanging.

  11. Gorgeous photos and paintings and street! All of these photos make me totally want to go to Lisbon!! How long were you there?

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