One of my favorite cities in Europe, Lisbon, is bursting with culture, great food, incredibly charming streets -the list goes on and on- there’s so much to see and taste within the city you’ll be hard-pressed to pick your favorites.
The shopping at Rue do Carmo, heading towards the Baixa district. New specialist shops have popped up in the area and it is great to see unique retailers which cater to every taste. Praça Luis de Camões works more or less as a hub. By night, you'd go towards Bairro Alto and its many restaurants and bars. Bairro Alto Hotel has a fantastic rooftop bar and is perfect to watch the sunset. If you go towards Chiado, it would be wrong not to indulge in a bit of shopping.
Lisbon Like a Local | via National GeographicTraveler | 6/01/2015 Portugal’s capital feels pocket-sized and accessible—and Lisbonites are passionate about what their city offers. “I want you to love Lisbon so much that you become an ambassador for us when you go home!” one local told me. #Portugal
A bit about the host country: Founded in 1914 and affiliated to #FIFA since 1923, the Confederaçao Brasileira de Futebol (CBF) boasts a staggering list of honours: five FIFA World Cups™, eight Copa Americas, four FIFA Under-20 World Cups, three FIFA Under-17 World Cups, two FIFA Confederations Cups, four FIFA Futsal World Cups, three FIFA Beach #Soccer World Cups and dozens of continental #trophies. Few federations have left anything like the same mark on international #football. #Brazil
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