Set across seven hills and overlooking the Rio Tejo, the twisting alleyways, ancient ruins and domed cathedrals make Lisbon a popular European travel destination. The sheer number of hills may make this seem like a daunting city, but don't fear- the iconic yellow Number 28 Tram or the hundreds of tuk-tuks will guide you around the famous sites without you even needing to break a sweat! If you really want to dive into the history of this city, the Belem neighbourhood is the best place to go with the Jeronimos Monastery and the Belem Discovery Centre offering visitors a glimpse into the history and culture of Europe's second oldest capital. After a busy day of watching the city pass by, a well-earned stop at one of the many restaurants or bakeries sprinkled across the city will be rewarded with a famous cod cake or custard tart.
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