Want to know where to eat, what to do and where to stay in Lisbon? Then read my post for the Peregrine Adventures blog (part of the Intrepid Group), which outlines five of Lisbon's coolest neighbourhoods.
In this article I give you the lowdown on Baixa, Chiado, Príncipe Real, Alfama and Belém.
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Thanks Daniel, glad you liked it!
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The Portugal Wire is the blog of Australian travel writer, copywriter and photographer Emily McAuliffe.
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