Lisbon, Portugal’s capital city, has many faces. Rebuilt after the earthquake and tsunami of 1755, much of that historic era of reconstruction remains. Today, Lisbon continues to expand along the banks of the River Tagus, towards the Costa Caparica heading for the Atlantic.
Although Lisbon is one of Europe’s smaller cities, visitors still need to make use of a variety of forms of transport to see the best of the city: buses, funicular railways, metro, trams and rail.
A Lisboa Card is an easy and economical way of travelling round the city.
1. River Tagus
As this wide river, flowing into the Atlantic, was the source of Lisbon’s wealth from fishing and trade it makes sense to begin with a stroll
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