Lisbon is home to a host of museums, albeit some are a bit different than the ones you might find in other major European cities. From properties dedicated to money, electricity, and trams, to buildings that house historic costumes, collector’s item...
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Tourists want to "live like a local." But how do locals feel about that? Quartz reporter Rosie Spinks explores Lisbon, Portugal to see how a major tourism boom has affected this European city. https://bit.ly/2FxCl4I
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Lisbon's museums really let you dive into the cultural heritage of Portugal, whether you're at the Museo do Fado or the National Coach Museum (about a history of the horse-drawn carriage, not the bag slung over your shoulder). As a bonus, they are often set in historic buildings that are just as eye-popping as the pieces on display. Put these 10 museums at the top of your cultural to-do list. You'll want to spend a couple hours at each exploring their treasures.
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One of my favourite cities in Europe, Lisbon with kids makes for a fantastic family city break - as long as you wait until the buggy years are over (hills + cobbles = not great for toddlers!). From attractions to beaches and tours, I've found 16 of the best things to do in Lisbon with kids (created as a paid collaboration with WithLocals)
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Not only do family-run restaurants offer authentic, traditional dishes and, sometimes, a bit of a gastronomic adventure, but choosing these spots for lunch or dinners helps support the local culture. In Lisbon, a city that has experienced a surge of...
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