I love combining city trips with sporty excursion, as it somehow gives me even more feeling for what else this place has to offer – besides the touristic cultural parts (which I by the way also like a lot!). And YES – you can surf in Lisbon – and when I read, that it takes only a short bus ride to catch some waves I immediately planned one day of our city trip to Lisbon and Porto in April to drive down to Costa da Capricia.
OMG !!!!!! OK. I really did it – and no, it was not a weak moment, it was the very thing I wanted to do so long. Already last autumn I bought myself the Stefan Loose Sri Lanka travel guide and intended to go surfing over christmas and new years. Excited from the idea I tried to find someone who wanted to join me, but no one dared to take the step and actually book the flight, book the surf camp, just go. So I ended up unhappy and staying in Vienna again,
Portugal is definitely one of the countries you HAVE TO eat sea food. And what is one of the most common thing to do when visiting a country or a city? You search for good restaurants and bars in the area and go out for dinner – although you know that it would save a lot of money to cook on your own. Eating the local food makes us experience the culture of a land in a total new way. This is why I would always recommend to try out (almost)
I LOVE BELÉM . This part oft he city has been dear to my heart from the first second on.
Lisbon is always worth a trip. The colorful tiles, the portuguese style and the friendly people make this place something special to me. And you should definitely take your time to explore this city, for nothing could be worse than heading from one point to another and not being able to stop end enjoy the little things that pop up on the way.
Lisbon – love at first sight I fell in love with Lisbon. And here is why: The city is always ready to welcome you for a weekend getaway: all over the year. Go visit Lisbon! I´ve been in Lisbon for the first time in August 2014, when I took the bus to go surfing in Peniche, so I did not see that much. But I came back after 10 days and stayed there 3 days together with a girl I got to know from Australia and we both fell in
To travel has always been a big dream of mine. But I was more one of the shy people, who needed other people to support. I kinda had the feeling that I needed an outside opinion to be able to embrace myself and I often was, and still am, afraid of doing things ALONE. I needed that little push. Someone else to enter the room first. It was quite tough, and that´s why I dedicated a whole post on its own about that topic. So how did I ended up traveling