Sao Pedro

Address: Rua Sao Pedro Martir, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1100, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santiago area of Lisbon, is near Bairro Alto, Oriente Station, Chapitô, and Docas de Santo Amaro.
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Day 1: Exploring Lisbon

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 01, 2020

133 photos

... they have built used a tightly sealed pipe along the valley floor and accomplished the same thing? That would sure have been a lot simpler! But certainly not as breathtaking as a towering aqueduct….

I get off at the bus station and head back towards the bay where it seems the heart of the city is. I’ve had pretty good luck finding cheap places to stay so far in Portugal—hopefully Lisbon won’t be the ...

Bienvenidos a Lisbao!

A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Sep 13, 2015

15 photos

... country of the European mainland. Portugal became the first global maritime power during the 15th & 16th centuries. Explorers such as Henry the Navigator, Vasco da Gama and Álvares Cabral founded new lands and colonies including Brazil and several other states that later gained independence. Portuguese is today the 6th most spoken first language in the world with over 240 million speakers. Portugal replaced the Portuguese Escudo with the euro ...

Kayaking through the Grotto's

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jun 20, 2015

... off we walked along the marina for a bit. There were lots of people with little pop up shops. We got a lunch recommendation from our kayak guide for a place with Lagos' best Portuguese chicken. It was a little place near the bus station, filled with locals and no English menu in sight. Our favourite kind of place! We managed to order two chicken meals, mine with peri peri. Adam had a beer and I had white wine. The food was amazing. ...

A View from the Barrio

A travel blog entry by lynnandkriss on Apr 11, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... four hours before most of the Iberian peninsula anyway. I got big bonus points from the elderly proprietor for ordering in what must have been comedy Portuguese, and he went away smiling to the kitchen to have a row with his fierce wife who was clattering some pans. We sipped on our very full wine glasses (80 pence each) and waited for KK’s traditional chourico and my traditional bacalhau (salted cod) to be all traditional and that. I would be interested to see ...

Our Five Days in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Nov 15, 2014

34 photos

... 8217;s oldest & most atmospheric neighbourhood, a labyrinth maze of narrow streets, steps and alleys. This is the part of town where the Moorish and Jewish communities thrived. Over time it became the place where the labourers from the ships and docks settled over 500 years ago– a poor neighbourhood that had a reputation of high crime (not anymore). The streets came to life thanks to our wonderful tour guide Jose. Being a small tour group ...