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Hi, I’m Rebecca Brayton and welcome to Today, we will be profiling the most visited city in Portugal : Lisbon.
Lisbon has enough sites and facilities around the capital to make it your favorite tourist destination. Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal. It has a municipal of over 564.000, while the Lisbon metropolitan area in total has around 2.8 million inhabitants.
Lisbon is the westernmost capital in Europe. It is located in the west of the country on the Atlantic coast at the point where the river Tagus flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Lisbon lies in both the Atlantic and Mediterranean climatic zones, thereby enjoying a temperate climate year-round. Its mean annual temperature is 63 degrees Fahrenheit, with average temperature is in winter of 55 and 80 in the summer. July and August are the hottest, driest months, while November to February are the wettest and coldest.
The city of Lisbon is rich in architecture : romanesque, gothic, baroque, traditional Portuguese, modern and postmodern constructions can be all over the city. The city is also crossed by great boulevards and monuments particularly in the upper districts.
A city is set on seven hills with its cobblestone pavements and narrow streets full of art nouveau cafes. You will find yourself wandering through colorful -century squares downtown and getting lost in the medieval maze of the Alfama district overlooked by an ancient castle.
The charm of Lisbon exists in its strong links to the past : renovated palaces, magnificent churches and an impressive castle mirror the city’s rich cultural heritage. eclectic blend of neighborhoods, culture and architecture distinguish this capital city uniquely from the other European capitals and make it a truly fascinating and comprehensive city to visit. Lisbon is a legendary city with over 20 centuries of history.
But Lisbon isn’t all culture and history. Bairro Alto is the center of nightlife with various restaurants and bars where melancholic traditional Portuguese music can also be heard. Follow that with a dive into the spectacular oceanarium and spend your nights indulging in the city’s gastronomic delights or bar hopping through the alleys.
The Lisbon coasts hosts some fine sandy beaches at Casceis and Estero, fishing villages like Sesimbra and the forests and magical of Sintra with its rural palaces and stunning vistas from Lisbon to the wild Atlantic. If that’s not enough, take a boat along the Sado for a nautical view of the coast.
Lisbon is one of Europe’s most beautiful liveable with a variety of cuisines, cultures and leisure activities. In addition, the standard of English is generally very good, and Lisbon is connected by short and inexpensive flights to other major European cities.

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