Lisbon is bordered by the Sintra Mountains in the north and the Tagus River in the south. It is the capital that's located at the westernmost point of Europe. This ancient city with its long history is built on 7 level. The terrain is high and low, and the buildings are stacked upon each other. Old churches and monuments are located in it, giving it a strong medieval style. The new urban area is full of modern architecture. Although the expo park is far away, it is a good place for leisure and walking. In addition, in the Santa Maria de Belém with its maritime style, the sunset is absolutely unforgettable. You must walk and appreciate the exquisite buildings against the setting sun!
World Heritage Tour
Compared with the neighboring Spain, Portugal has a relatively fewer world heritage sites, but it still has 15. The number is just right for travelers to have the opportunity to visit everywhere. If you want something more than food, travel to Portugal to enjoy world heritage sites. Its a really good choice!
As one of the two pearls of the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal is less famous than Spain, but also has countless historical buildings, fascinating scenery, and beautiful small towns like paradises. Among them, there are the historical towns that have been listed as world heritage sites, mysterious mountain villages that are rarely known, and colorful fishing villages. Each has its own charm!
Spain and Portugal are both incredibly beautiful places that are worth visiting and even better for backpacking. However, if you only have a week to visit both the countries, there are only so many places you can visit to get the most out of both the. Ideally, plan a visit around march through mayor September through October to experience the best weather. Stick to the highlights of the tourist attractions which give you the most consolidated perspective into the cultures and even enjoy the best foods they have to offer.
As Allan Kaprow said, “Life happens on streets. Why wouldn’t art?”, acts of art and creativity happen every day. Once a punishable offense, Graffiti has now become a bona fide art form. It has become an increasingly popular, accepted, and a part of urban life in the 21st century. You will come across different styles of street art as you travel from country to country, city to city. Following is a list of 10 cities for street art around the world