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As cities go you can’t get much more original than Lisbon. Portugal’s capital is an ancient city with a very modern vibe and a perfect destination for that city break you’ve been longing for. 

Lisbon is full of contrasts with activities for every kind of traveller, from tourist guide wielding culture buffs, to beach bums and families. But the first thing you’ll notice about Lisbon is its outstanding architecture, which is hardly surprising given the legacy of this place – it was the capital of the once mighty Portuguese Empire after all. A surviving array of Moorish, Romanesque and Neoclassical buildings will simply blow you away. As will the city’s hills – all seven of them!

But before you start to think about packing some hiking gear, don’t worry, as Lisbon’s charming old-style trams will get you to the peaks with the minimum of effort. Make sure you take a camera though, because the panoramic view from the top will take your breath away. And the narrow, winding and cobbled streets and lanes below will do the same, so put those feet up and grab a beer at one of Lisbon’s many grand squares.

September 2016
The Arco da Rua Augusta arch is one of Lisbon's most impressive buildings, marking the entrance to the Praça do Comérçio. You can take a lift and stairs to the top for fantastic views over the Baixa and riverfront.

October 2016
Lisbon gets sporty on 2 October, with the Lisbon Marathon starting from Cascais and heading along the riverfront into town, and the half-marathon starting across the mega Vasco da Gama Bridge. Later in the month there's also top football at the attractive stadium of Belenenses, who take on city rivals Benfica on 23 October.

October 2016
Fátima, 90 minutes north of Lisbon, is one of Europe's most important pilgrimage sites and on 12-13 October thousands visit to celebrate the apparition of the Virgin Mary in 1917.

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