- The Lisbon Flea Market is every Tuesday and Saturday morning behind the National Pantean
- There are free national museums and monuments every Sunday from 10am to 2pm
- Lisbon is a good place for coffee lovers; there is good quality coffee for cheap prices. The average price for an espresso is 0,6€
- There is plenty of low-budget shopping in Lisbon. Wine, clothes, shoes...Lisbon has it all with several big shopping centers. The most popular one is Columbo; to get there, just take the metro to Colegio Militar. The city centre's main pedestrian streets of Augusta and Garret also have several good Lisbon shops. Especially if you come during the sales season between January and February or August and September.
The Lisbon Urban Adventure team are passionate about their hometown and thrilled to share their delight with travellers. From the tree lined streets and gothic cathedrals to amazing history and all those little hidden gems on the back alleys that few tourists get to see.
Join us for an adventure as we introduce you to the fantastic city of Lisbon.
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