Lisbon features an impressive collection of azulejos. Here’s a walking route for all those who want to go tile spotting and see some exceptional contemporary creations.
With cities, it’s like with relationships. You see it for the first time, you like it, you want to know more about it. The spark bursts, and you move in, you start to get along, you get accustomed to new habits. Eventually, you wear each other out, and you move on.
South of Lisbon, Costa da Caparica is completely open to ocean and to strong winds and swells. It’s wide, unspoilt and breathtaking. The waves of the Atlantic reach here a wide, completely open, 30-km long beach. They break directly and whatever storm should be there, in the middle of the ocean, the waves loudly bringContinue reading “Lisbon. Costa da Caparica”
Portugal’s capital sits on seven hills just like Rome, still the hills of Lisbon are somehow more steep so the rooftop terraces offer some unique views.
Opposites may attract in infinite ways. Symmetry, though, can only be achieved in 17 ways. And this exact number was proved by Mr. Evgraf Fedorov in 1891.