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Isigodlo
“The Castelo de Sao Jorge stands majestically above Lisbon and is one of the finest tourist attractions in the city. The castle is entwined in Lisbon’s early history; it saw the fall of the Romans to the Visigoths, experienced the fierce conflicts between the Arabs and Christians, survived formidable sieges by the Castilians and witnessed the birth of Portugal as a seafaring nation. This varied and turbulent history is reflected throughout the castle. There are heavily fortified battlements, medieval royal quarters and seaward views, which inspired exploration within Portuguese kings.”
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Indawo ezungeze idolobha
“Here you can go out, drink for a cheap price and party a lot. You can also find nice restaurants to have lunch or dinner there. Try to have a look at this place during the day and during the day, it looks completely different.”
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Place of Worship
“Among the most celebrated historic monuments in Portugal, the Jerónimos monastery is also one of the jewels in Lisbon's sightseeing crown. Commissioned by King Manuel I in 1501 and timed to coincide with the return of Vasco da Gama (1460-1524) after his momentous voyage to India, the church and adjacent monastery are considered the greatest examples of Manueline architecture in the country. The church's south portal is astonishing in its detail, with no less than 40 statues of ornate filigree embellishing the entrance. Inside, the nave is equally exuberant, the vaulting carved to resemble giant palms fanning out from slender octagonal pillars. Several royal tombs are placed in and around the chancel, including those of Manuel himself and King João III. Laid to rest nearer the entrance are Vasco da Gama and the poet Luís de Camões. Architect Diogo de Boitaca was originally tasked with designing the building but the sumptuous carved stone arches and balustrades in the cloister are the work of João de Castilho, who replaced de Boitaca in 1517. The monastery was occupied by the Order of St. Jerome (Hieronymites) until 1834.”
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Isikhumbuzo / Uphawu Lwesikhumbuzo
“The Torre de Belém lies in the Belem district and this area is a favourite with tourists. There are scenic parks, views across the Tejo estuary and is the location for many of Lisbon’s most important historic monuments.”
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Isitolo SikaPhayi
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“This place, is one of the biggest reasons some people come to Portugal. Just to try and taste the custard tart ”
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Ingaphandle Elihle
“One of the best viewpoints in Lisbon if not the best. Really worth of climbing. You have to climb 166 steps so for some people it may be hard. But the view, landscape are breath-taking.”
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Indawo Yemicimbi
“The world’s first food and cultural market, and the first market experience rooted wholly in editorial curation. A place that previously housed the city’s top vendors now brings together the best of the city under one roof: its best restaurants, bars and cultural experiences. An emblematic space of Lisbon renewed by TIME OUT magazine, offering food and traditional local products and the foods range from seafood to steak sandwiches, hamburgers, sushi and ice cream… with canteen-style communal tables. If on the ground floor it is too crowded, try the upper floor famous restaurant Pap'Açorda (with a lunch menu more affordable) . ”
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Iminyuziyamu Yobuciko
“Ancient Art. Portuguese contemporary Art. Temporary exhibitions. Concerts, garden to relax in, etc. A classic to visit in Lisboa.”
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Iminyuziyamu Yobuciko
“Walk along Rua Santos-O-Velho till Rua das Janelas Verdes, enjoy the old restored Buildings and Palaces, São Paulo Cathedral, the Museum of Ancient Art, nice old restored Coffeeshops and small Restaurants like La Boulangerie -Croissants , bread, pastries home baked daily - on the opposite side of the Museum.”
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Indawo Yokudlela Yokudla Kwasolwandle
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“Probably the most popular seafood place in the country made famous internationally by Anthony Bourdain after a stop over in Lisbon. A hot tourist spot with some waiting time, but totally worth it!”
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Indawo Yemicimbi
“lots of antique and second-hand items, meeting locals, relaxing walk, good food nearby, the local area of Lisbon, nice park with a coffee bar and a playground, ”
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Indawo ezungeze idolobha
“So many nice family run restaurants in Alfama: Maça Verde A Muralha Lautasco Alfama Cellar O Cartaxeiro Arcaz Velho A Bela Maria Catita Try the sardines, the grilled fish, the codfish, the octopus, the black pork meat or the daily dishes suggested! With our good red or white wine or sangria! And for dessert the "Arroz Doce" or the "Farófias" (and make sure to eat the grilled fish with boiled potatoes and salad, never with fries!) ”
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Night Club
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“Owned by John Malkovich, this is Lisbon's most famous club and the amazing view over the river might be one of the reasons why.”
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Cultural Center
“Check their calendar, beside the art expos, regularly they have music shows and concerts. It is also a nice place to visit due to its architecture and gardens, includes a restaurant, a bistro and cafe to relax and enjoy the view & sun. ”
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Ingaphandle Elihle
“If you go up, you will find a really nice view over Lisbon! and wait a minute, I will tell you a secret, do not wait hours on the line, if you go to a roof top named "Topo Chiado" you will have another nice view, and you will be at the top of this place! ”
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Aquarium
“Not only is this one of the largest aquariums in the world, it's also one of the best designed. Although the over 25,000 sea creatures seem to be swimming together, sharks are separated from smaller defenseless fish by invisible acrylic walls. It's the first aquarium to place all world ocean habitats together, and presents several marine species, from the curious round stingrays to the giant sunfish, seahorses, otters and penguins... In 2017 it inaugurated a new sardine tank. The main building, rising from the Tagus, was built for the 1998 World Fair, while an annex was inaugurated in 2011 to house sea turtles. The main attraction is the gigantic tank visible from four different levels, where high-tech displays explain everything in different languages. ”
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Izindawo zokudlela ezihamba phambili

Indawo Yokudlela Yokudla Kwasolwandle
“Probably the most popular seafood place in the country made famous internationally by Anthony Bourdain after a stop over in Lisbon. A hot tourist spot with some waiting time, but totally worth it!”
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Izitolo
“The newly opened food court on the 7th floor has some of Lisbon's best chefs -- the view is nicer and it's less busy than the Timeout Market (Mercado da Ribeira) and there is even our favourite ice cream place Nannarella!”
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Indawo Yokudlela Yama-Portuguese
“Nice place. The food is good, but specially the views and the atmosphere worth a visit. It is also a circus and performance school. ”
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Indawo Yokudlela Yokudla Kwasolwandle
“It is fishmonger, seafood restaurant, bar and seafood, or rather a "modern fishmonger". It is a contemporary space where you can buy fish to cook at home or stay for a meal ranging from sushi to traditional seafood. The fish is therefore always fresh, and can also be served in the bar area, accompanied by wine by the glass. On Friday and Saturday nights the doors are open later, and DJs are often present.”
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Ibha Yeziphuzo Ezixubiwe
“Beautiful spot for sundowner drinks and finger food. The entrance is hidden. Go through the sliding glass doors of the (pretty run down) Martim Moniz mall, and look for the elevator up to TOPO Martim Moniz. ”
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Indawo othenga futhi uphuze kuyo utshwala
“Tiny old fashioned unpretentious bar with fun amateur fado on Mondays and Wednesdays from 20:30. Daily 19:30-02:00”
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Indawo Yokudlela Yama-Portuguese
“You must try octopus fillets with açorda! Very nice tuna steak à Algarvia (south typical flavours with a lot of coriander and garlic). Also great meat, steaks... Ask if they have "cadelinhas" special little shells! ”
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Indawo othenga futhi uphuze kuyo utshwala
“The view is from Lisbon, the decor is inspired by India, but the atmosphere (and the menu) is cosmopolitan. This large café-terrace restaurant on a large city-facing terrace serves light meals throughout the day but also serves as a bar. While everyone naturally chooses to stay on the terrace, on rainy days there is a shelter in the interior rooms, which are equally pleasant.”
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