The first day, we spent in the area of Belem in Lisbon.
We planned to go to the famous Casa Pastéis de Belém, but the line was insane. Guess the pastries really are as good as they say!
Both me and my sister fell in love with Belem. The area was wonderful! We also went to the park, but that was kind of a disappointment, especially since we had to pay to get in.
The next day, we went in to the center of Lisbon. We started out ok, walking in the big streets, filled with other tourists. But then we got lost(thank god), walked around for at least an hour in small, winding alleys, between the cutest little houses. By coincidence, we ended up with the best view of Alfama, the oldest area in Lisbon.
We stopped and enjoyed some beer in the heat, with this amazing view.
When we arrived with the train in Lisbon, we were both so hungry that we needed food pronto. We searched the near area and finally found a small place called O Lugar.
We both had fried hake with tomato rice, and it was delicious! I’m craving this so much now when I’m thinking about it.
They also had a pin-map where their guests could pin where they came from. We put up one for Gothenburg, Sweden.