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…