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Visit Portugal in 4 days

🇬🇧I’ve never been to Portugal yet, but when I saw a lot of pictures taken in Lisbon and Sintra, it was mandatory for me to visit the country asap.
A city not too far from Paris, in Europe with sunshine, a little warmth and of course the sea.
I’m absolutely not disappointed about my destination, the weather was perfect, we were so lucky! And it was absolutely beautiful!
Discovering the narrow streets of Lisbon was our main activity.
3 nights/3 days in Lisbon, exploring the city and around then one day in Sintra (read my adventure here), to visit the Pena Palace and the west coast – Azenhas do mar. If you’re in Sintra don’t miss to pass to Quinta da Regaleira too.
In brief, 4 perfect days that allowed me to escape the metro-boulot-dodo (= a french expression to say the “Parisian routine”) and to relax a little bit. I already can’t wait to go back again.

🇫🇷 Je n’ai jamais été au Portugal auparavant mais quand je vois des tonnes de photos de Lisbonne et Sintra sur mon feed Instagram, j’ai qu’une envie c’est d’y aller lors d’un prochain voyage.
C’est une destination parfaite, pas très loin de Paris, en Europe, avec du soleil pratiquement tout le temps, de la chaleur et bien entendu la mer.
Je n’ai pas du tout été déçu de mon séjour, du pays, le beau temps était au rendez-vous et les deux lieux : Lisbonne et Sintra, que nous avons visité étaient sublimes !
La découverte des petites ruelles, des quartiers de Lisbonne était notre activité principale !
3 jours et 3 nuits à Lisbonne, a exploré la ville et les alentours puis un jour à Sintra (l’article dédié ici), a visité Pena Palace et la côte Azenhas do mar.
Si vous être à Sintra, passez également à Quinta da Regaleira.
En bref, 4 jours incroyable qui m’a permis de décompresser et relaxer loin de ma routine parisienne.

This article shows you the places we went during the 4 days in Portugal 😉
Dans cet article, je vous montre tous les endroits où nous avons été pendant les 4 jours au Portugal.

#TOURISTSPOTS FAMOUS MONUMENTS OF LISBON

Miradouro da Senhora do monte

Miradouro da Senhora do monte (The Lady of the hill) located in the Graca neighbourhood is the city’s highest lookout point (or miradouro).

Pink street

Probably the most instagrammable place of Lisbon. The Pink street on Rua Nova do Carvalho, former red light district was part of the rehabilitation project in 2011 that became today a trendy spot for nightlife.

Torre de Belém

It’s one of the famous places in Lisbon that you absolutely have to visit. We drove to Torre de Belèm only 20 min from the center.
Torre de Belèm is a Unesco World Heritage site, the icon of the country.

National sanctuary of Christ the King

Maat

Praca do comercio

#INSTAGRAMMABLE SPOTS YOU WOULD ADORE TO SHOOT (AND TO VISIT)

📍RESTAURADORES – GLORIA
📍Rua Cavaleiros
📍Rua dos Lagares
📍Rua São João da Praça, Alfama
📍 Rua de Guilherme Braga, Alfama
📍National Pantheon
📍Rua da Alfandega, Alfama
Typical old houses with tiles

#FOOD TO TRY ABSOLUTELY

You will find the best Pastel de nata at Manteigaria (📍Rua do Loreto 2) or at the Pastéis de Belém near the torre de Belém (📍R. de Belém 84-92).

#ROOFTOP FOR A COCKTAIL + VIEWS

📍Hotel Mundial (Praça Martim Moniz 2)

Pictures taken by @shootandthecity (www.vincenthurdequint.com)

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