I do think that it's worth staying in Lisbon more time to explore it properly. There are lots of nice places to be discovered in the city itself and in the suburbs too. However, I noticed that many of my clients make a stop-over in Lisbon and continue travelling somewhere else. So, they don't have so much
I very often have couple shoots in Alfama, and very often my clients ask me the same very question after the shoot - "Do you know any good places nearby to have a coffee and some snack?" :) So, in this blog post I'm gonna share the best Alfama brunch cafes (in my opinion of course). I've
The Alfama district in Lisbon can be called the soul of the city, since it's the oldest and most typical district of Lisbon. Moreover, the Alfama area is the one that survived the earthquake of 1755. Alfama has narrow streets and typical Portuguese houses decorated with azulejo ceramic tiles. So, what are the best things to do
Alfama is not only good for admiring azulejo tiled houses (which has been an inspiration for this photo shoot 🙃✨), but also for many other things. For example, if you like antique, vintage stuff, you should visit Feira da Ladra in Alfama. Feira da Ladra is often translated as "Thieves' Market" (in Portuguese, "ladra" is a female thief).