Pousada da Juventude de Catalazete

Estrada Marginal, Lisbon, Estremadura, 2780, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Estrada Marginal, Lisbon, is near Casino Estoril, National Pantheon of Santa Engracia, Tamariz Beach, and Quinta da Marinha.
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Getting the most out of my Lisbon Card

A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor on Jul 12, 2014

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... rugs (in fact the most impressive collection of Islamic art I've seen outside the British Museum) through to 18th Century French furniture taking in Egyptian, Greco-Roman and European Renaissance art this is one very good collection.

The names on show here include Rodin, Monet, Rembrandt and Gainsborough and so much care and thought has gone into the cataloging and presenting the pieces that you feel yourself wanting to spend time with every item ...

Belem and Pastel de Nata

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 10, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... prayed here before they left and after they returned from the sea. Construction started in 1501 and was completed 100 years later. Da Gama is buried there as well as the famous Portuguese poet, Luis de Camoes, and early Portuguese kings. The large monastery was in use until 1833 and is now a museum.

The highlight of the morning though, had to be the opportunity to eat some "pastels de nata", a famous pastry originally made here in Belem and sold throughout ...

Lively Lisbon

A travel blog entry by hocking2013 on Nov 14, 2013

22 photos

... We stopped, pretending to look at something. She lingered for a while, then, because we were watching her, she slowly wandered off. Not knowing if we were just being paranoid, we continued on our merry way but were slightly unnerved by the dark vibes that we’d just felt. We walked to the large white arch at the end of the shopping street – this opened to a magnificent square with an enormous monument in the ...

Lisbon, Our Last Port!

A travel blog entry by ireneinmexico on Aug 18, 2013

5 comments, 12 photos

... sup>th C. The tidal wave from the big earthquake in 1755 destroyed a large part of the old town,
which was rebuilt. Lot of immigrants live here as a result of Portugal’s discovery and colonization of much of Africa and South American between 1325 and 1700. It became a Republic in 1910.

We did a lot of walking around Lisbon, up and down some of its 13 hills and through many of its narrow ...

Road Trippin

A travel blog entry by peteandrea on Aug 01, 2013

138 photos

... hear that the travelling 7 witnessed the passion of the Flamenco, swirling dresses and stamping feet.

On to Sevilla where Kerrin the Knowledgeable informed us all of the grandeur of the cathedral, decorated in gold and silver from the ancestors of Andrea "the Lumix" which enraged the Animal. Cooled by the magnificence of the Plaza Espana, the bonita colours of the historical bull ring and buoyed by the quality and size of the tapas ...