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A visit to the picturesque Alfama is a must. With a history that dates back to the Moors, Alfama is characterized by narrow, cobblestone streets that wind past dozens of quaint shops, cozy little restaurants and traditional Fado clubs, all of which are housed within historic yet well-preserved…
The steep streets of Alfama, one of Lisbon’s oldest areas, are lined with shops selling traditional crafts and cafes. Passengers pack the historic no. 28 tram, which winds through Alfama on its way up to 11th-century São Jorge Castle. Views from Miradouro da Graça terrace stretch over the city to…
The tour is called Lisboa Sensorial (sensory Lisbon), and he objective is to sense the smells, noises and flavours of Lisbon’s most typical neighbourhood, with your eyes covered – and a guide. It lasts an hour and a half.
Fado; walking trough the eldest neighbourhood of Lisbon; visiting the tiles museum and St. Vincent convent; going to the flee market (every Tuesday and Saturday)
In steep streets, through alleys and small streets, we find the surrounding beauty of Alfama. In this neighborhood full of options of bars, cafes and fado you will find the genuine Portuguese soul. You can visit the Graça Viewpoint and take the emblematic Eletrico 28.
Alfama oleh Pengalaman Airbnb
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