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Pastéis de Belém

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Rua Belém 84-92 1300-085
Lisbon, Portugal

 +351 21 363 7423

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"The Jeronimos Monastery and Belém Tower are both very worth visiting, and make time for a visit to the most famous café in town, Pastéis de Belém."  See More

"Day 1. Your apartment is within central historical Lisbon, so imo that's a big advantage. The city is very walkable indeed and you will see much, much more if you mostly explore it on foot. Day 2. As above. Use this day to explore the historical centre mostly on foot, but make sure you also ride all four of Lisbon's elevadores (four short funicular railways plus the Santa Justa lift) and take the excellent tram 28 route which whizzes through the narrow streets of Lisbon's oldest area. Taking tram 28 from terminus to terminus (and back again) is an excellent way of seeing the city, a chance to rest your feet during the heat of the day and makes a very relaxing an enjoyable evening trip. :-) Get a day ticket (6.15 euro, though you'll pay a few eurocents more for the 7 Colinas card on which the ticket is put) from any of the ticket kiosks in central Lisbon. There is no point in buying a ticket at the airport as it does not cover any airport route.Information in English on the official Lisbon transport site here:"  See More

"Once again, as soon as rain camls down, you can enjoy the beautiful Belém area and enjoy the famous and delicious pastry at Pastéis de Belém."  See More

"In terms of what to do, I'd say Belém is also worth it - that's about a half-day or so to see Jerónimos Monastery, Torre de Belém if you'd like and eat delicious Pastéis de Belém."  See More

"Take the tram to Belém to see Jerónimos Monastery Torre de Belém and Palácio de Belém Although it's totally touristy go to Pastéis de Belém for a coffee and custard tart."  See More

"In the 2nd day I would go to Belém, try the Pastéis de Belém, the best cake in the world, Visit Torre de Belém, and lunch at Pão Pão Queijo Queijo, the best sandwiches and other plates in Belem."  See More

"Next to it you have the BEST cake in the world, called Pastéis de Belém."  See More

"Depending on your budget, there are a lot of interesting places to stay downtown, between Marques de Pombal square and Castelo or Chiado, from some of the best hostels, like the one in Restauradores historical train station or many others around town. Check the site ."  See More

"The Pastéis de Belém has some amazing sweets and custards to try- and even though the line is ridiculous, the dessert is good enough to wait for."  See More

"Check this website for accommodation, most of them are nice and cheap, plus if you go with many people you can get a shared room between you. Otherwise I'd suggest to find a house on !"  See More

"As well as Pastéis de Belém :) Then, go to Fatima, Obidos, Batalha, Nazaré, and to the coast."  See More

"You absolutely have to try the Pastéis de Belém."  See More

", Torre de Belém (very pretty and nice view of the river where the ships sailed to explore the world), Padrão dos Descobrimentos and Pastéis de Belém are all close together."  See More

"We did a similar trip - also with granny - a year ago, although in the beginning of December. I liked this for wine tasting: Lisboa Solar /"  See More

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