Enjoyable and lovely journey at alfama in lisbon, In alfama you will find lot of historical thing, fado restaurant.
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Oldest part of Lisbon, between River Tejo(Tagus) and impressive Sao Jorge Castle. Traditional Tram 28 is your choice if you are going there first thing in the morning, during rush hours and high season, it gets REAL crowded and sweaty. Or you can take Taxi,...More
Alfama is one of the most typical neighborhood in Lisbon. So, it's the center of the capital, where the narrow streets, the grilled fish and the guitars whispers fill you with new strange but tasty sensations. An late afternoon tour or a street terrace lunch...More
Wonderful narrow winding streets with washing on lines, number 28 trams chugging up steep hills. Great area for Fado music clubs/restaurants recommend Parreirinha de Alfama Fado & Tradicao. Flea markets on Saturday/Sunday are amazing not least for views over city and river.
Yes it's great place to visit as a tourist. but for Street and Urban Photographers it's just gorgeous and full of opportunities.
Spending a day, lost in Alfama, has been the high of my trip in Lisbon. This neighbourhood is just splendid, and very graphic. Amateurs of street art will really enjoy. Photographers will be able to fill their memory card at a very fast rate, observing...More
Lovely place to walk around, nice churches... You would also find few options to watch the Fado show (yet food might not be as good as expected). There are pretty nice graffiti in the neighborhood and once you reach the top you will have a...More
In Alfama you can strawl for hours. When you visit Alfama you are surrounded by Fado restaurants.. Authentic Fado during diner (With Bacalhau) is absolutely something you must do when visiting Lisboa. In June there's a music festival in all the tiny streets, really nice...More