Travel Guide - The whole western
side of Lisbon is a park. It is called the Monsanto
Natural Park and it is one of the largest urban parks
in the whole world. You can spend some lovely afternoons
or evenings just sitting among the beauty of the park’s
surroundings. There are lots more interesting things
to do in Lisbon and we will tell you about them in
other sections of this travel guide.
The population of Lisbon is 2,665.000
and with the outlying area known as Lisboa e Vale
do Tejo brings the total to 3,500.000. This makes
up about one third of the population of the whole
country of Portugal. Lisbon is truly a beautiful city
It’s why so many of people call it there home
and would never leave. They are very proud of there
city and after you visit Lisbon you will understand
of the wonderful things you can do in Lisbon are surfing,
sunbathing, golf, shopping, concerts, and all the
nightlife along the river banks. Check out our Top
Tourist Attractions section to see all the sights.
There are horse-drawn carriage’s that will take
you through the streets. There are theatres with opera
and musicals that you can see at a very reasonable
There is so much to admire, with breathtaking scenery
and stunning architecture. You will just love Lisbon Portugal
and be drawn to its memories the moment you leave.
It will haunt you until once again you return to stare
at its beauty and look out into the radiant sea.
City of Lisbon was built on seven
hills. That makes for some difficult driving in some
places throughout the land. Some of the city streets
are too steep for a vehicle to drive up them, so the
city has three Funicular services
and one elevator to get to the top.