These photos are from my last day in Lisbon. I didn’t really do anything this day, but sit on a terrace and at the water enjoying the sun. I love relaxing days like this. My feet could finally rest from walking like 10 marathons in the previous days, haha.
Here are some more pics about our trip to Lisbon. This day we went to Bélem which is a small village/town. It was a very cool place. On the intenet I read they have the best Pastéis de Nata, which is like a famous sweet little cake in Lisbon (find photo of it above), and it totally was the best I’ve every tasted during my trip, luvvv it! We also visited a botanical garden there, where the picture of the peacock comes from, haha. I really recommend going to Bélem when you are in Lisbon!
Here are some photos of the day we visited Sintra. Isn’t it amazing!! Sintra is a small town around 30 minutes from Lisbon with beautiful castles and palaces. I really felt like I walked into a fairytale. I highly recommend going here when your on a citytrip in Lisbon! My favorite was the colourful Pena palace, which lies on top of the hills. This is where I took all the photos. I love how my bag and sunglasses match the pretty yellow walls, haha.
After visiting Sintra we went to the most western point of Europe. It was really pretty with high cliffs and blue water. We didn’t stay to long because there was nothing else to do there. After enjoying the view we went to the beach in caiscas. It was a little bit to cold for a bikini, but it’s always nice to be at the beach if you ask me!
In love with Lisbon! I’m here with my mum and we’re having the best time. I didn’t expect Lisbon to be so pretty, but it definitely exceeds my expectations. I love wandering through the streets, and of course, eating all the pastries I come acrossJ. This day we explored the area Alfama. Because Lisbon is built on seven hills this was quite exhausting, but also very beautiful! We took a lot of stops to eat and drink and watch all the beautiful viewing points. In this area you can find many small streets and beautiful colored houses and walls. Of course we had to stop at every single colored wall/house to take a photo, haha. I can’t help it Lisbon is just very photogenic. We also took tram 28, which is a very touristic but fun and handy way to get around here. Can’t wait to explore more of this beautiful city!