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A journey through history in Belém
The history of Portugal is full of important events, not only for the country but also for the world. Adventure, new discoveries and lots of sea, highlight Portuguese history. Belém is the ideal place to live the history of Portugal, from monuments, palaces and gardens, there you have everything you need. We recommend some places, so you can discover!
The Belém Tower, the Jerónimos Monastery, the Monument to the Discoveries, the Belém Tower Garden and to end a great day, pass through the Pastéis de Belém (you will thank us for this last suggestion).
Get to know the magic of Sintra
Situated between mountains and sea, the beauty of Sintra enchants all those who pass by. Do you like fairy tales and/or mystery? If so, Sintra is a must stop. Full of palaces, gardens and stories of romance and mystery, this village has a few places you should visit: Pena Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, Monserrate Palace, Castle of the Moors, Cabo da Roca and the town of Sintra.
Walk through Parque das Nações
One of the biggest investments ever made in Lisbon, Parque das Nações has a lot to offer. Situated by the river, it is a paradise for the runners or for those who simply enjoy walking. There you can find the flags of all the countries of the world, great restaurants with different gastronomies, places to enjoy day and night! The Lisbon Oceanarium is there waiting for you, with hundreds of marine species and what is right next door? One of the 10 sites of Teleperformance Portugal, overlooking the river and a sun that makes us want to stay there all afternoon, just talking.
Explore Lisbon’s Downtown
Known as “the heart of Lisbon”, Lisbon’s downtown stretches from the banks of the Tagus River to Avenida da Liberdade, situated between the hills of the Chiado and Alfama areas. If you want to get to know the true essence of the city, you have to visit Lisbon’s Downtown, and there are some places to start: S. Jorge Castle, Praça do Comércio, Santa Justa Lift, Rossio Square, Carmo Church and Restauradores Square.
Sun and beach in Cascais
A few minutes from Lisbon, there is a place full of sun and sea, Cascais. International surfers choose Portugal to live and work, due to the beaches and climate. The Cascais area is a first-class tourist center, not only for the beaches but also for the available activities, such as exploring the various museums, gardens and restaurants.