What to Do in Lisbon, Portugal | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times

Throughout this hilly city on the Tagus River, structures and spaces are being stylishly reborn, harboring chic boutiques, galleries and new spots for eating and …

33 thoughts on “What to Do in Lisbon, Portugal | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times

  1. Marcus Purdy says:

    Nice! What an adventure!! When I've been to Lisbon I stayed in Happy Reception. Hostels have few localisation in Lisbon and it is suuuuper cool! I will definitely come back to Lisbon and I will stay in Happy Reception again!! I literally in love with pasteis! 😀

  2. Eugénio Sá says:

    Fiive centuries ago our ships have leaved Lisbon to the adventure of discoveries. Today Lisbon is one of the most beutiful cities in the worl. Come and see for yoursef the all Portugal.

  3. Mirtza Griffin says:

    I love learning about new cities most people are unaware of. However, in this video, every scene is crowded. There seems to be a line everywhere and I find that a bit challenging. You need activity and people but some areas where you enjoy the beauty of a place without so much hoopla. However, it is on my list to visit.

  4. Herbi Shtini says:

    Me and my girlfriend we are planning to visit Lisbon next month, I am positive we will have a great time. I like the history of the country and I also love eating 😀 there are a lot of reasons to go

  5. Dirty Vino says:

    the city is being bombarded by tourists, old and traditional neighborhoods are loosing their identity, it's all fake, packaged for tourists. in a few years most of the people living in Lisbon are just upper class yuppies with their start ups and hipster trends… and my dear city will be just another european capital…change is more than welcome but cannibal tourism not!

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