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    Dicas para uma Páscoa memorável

    6 tips for a memorable Easter in Lisbon

    If you're one of those who take advantage of this time to stroll and relax in Lisbon, discover six tips for a memorable Easter.
    
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    If you’re one of those who take advantage of this time to stroll and relax in Lisbon, discover six tips for a memorable Easter.

     

    Do you prefer charming streets or lunch with friends? Seaside strolls, hidden museums, or impressive monuments? Whatever your preference, Lisbon (and the surrounding area) almost certainly has something for you. In the capital, there’s no shortage of options for a memorable Easter. Get the family together, invite your friends and book one (or more) of these 6 suggestions for enjoying the best of Lisbon.

     

    1. Live a historic Easter

     

    To fully immerse yourself in Easter with a rich blend of history, discovery, and relaxation, there’s no better opportunity than exploring the myriad historical monuments Lisbon has to offer – including those you’ve long heard of but never had the chance to visit. If you want a summary, try to see, or revisit these two: the Jerónimos Monastery, where you’ll feel small in the face of its architectural grandeur, and São Jorge Castle, where you can relax and enjoy the urban landscape.

     

    It might seem like a cliché, but these are two landmarks of the capital that are always worth visiting. Afterwards, take a break at Mercado de Algés, renowned as one of the city’s most vibrant and inviting markets, where you can rejuvenate and celebrate the Easter season with a glass of your favorite vinho Mandriola.

     

    2. Relax at one of the many viewpoints

     

    Did you know that Lisbon has 20 official viewpoints? Visiting these spaces with friends or family is always a good plan, especially at Easter when many of the capital’s riverside areas become more crowded. If you need suggestions, the Basilica da Estrela viewpoint is one of the most visited, and you can climb to the top of the Basilica. Next to the chapel of Senhora do Monte, you have another viewpoint that offers a privileged view over the city.

     

    3. Having lunch at a typical restaurant

     

    If you’re a fan of traditional Portuguese cuisine, there’s nothing like Easter to enjoy a comforting meal. Have you tried “Cozinha da Avó Celeste” (Grandma Celeste’s Kitchen)? As the name suggests, this restaurant has a long history, but it doesn’t weigh down the atmosphere or your wallet. It’s a great option to try typical dishes of this season as if you were at home. Looking for something different? Then head to “Taberna Moderna”, order the Black Cuttlefish Rice or “Ovos Rotos”, and pair it with a bottle of Mandriola.

     

    It’s a must-try one of the house specialties, the famous codfish cakes that attract many visitors. Pair them with the rice of your choice: turnip greens, beans, or tomato. And, of course, complement it with your favorite Mandriola white wine.

     

    4. Take a boat tour along the Rio Tejo

     

    This Easter, be a tourist in your own city. Enjoy the panoramic views of Lisbon from the Rio Tejo. There are plenty of boat trip options available, from longer cruises to shorter river trips. Sit back comfortably and enjoy the stunning landscapes of the city as you cruise along the river.

     

    5. Go on a cultural tour

     

    What if you celebrated Easter with a good dose of culture? You have various programs available in the LX Factory schedule, such as exhibitions, concerts, performances, and workshops. Alternatively, explore some of the emerging places in the capital: Casa do Comum in Belém even includes a Sloth Museum, with three beds, one of them a hammock, and three libraries that serve as food for reading and laziness. Haven’t you been to the renovated Buchholz bookshop? It’s well worth it. Alternatively, stop by the Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation, a small but very comprehensive museum covering a vast period of the two artists’ production.

     

    6. Get out of town

     

    If you opt for an out-of-town program, it’s worth visiting the westernmost point of the European continent: Cabo da Roca. Portugal’s oldest lighthouse is about a 40-minute drive from Lisbon, and when you arrive, you’ll be surprised by a breathtaking view of the Atlantic. There are several marked trails along the coast from here!

     

    Mandriola, for a memorable Easter

     

    With these tips, it’s easier to have a memorable Easter. Make the most of the good times and celebrate this Easter with Mandriola.

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    If you’re one of those who take advantage of this time to stroll and relax in Lisbon, discover six tips for a memorable Easter.

     

    Do you prefer charming streets or lunch with friends? Seaside strolls, hidden museums, or impressive monuments? Whatever your preference, Lisbon (and the surrounding area) almost certainly has something for you. In the capital, there’s no shortage of options for a memorable Easter. Get the family together, invite your friends and book one (or more) of these 6 suggestions for enjoying the best of Lisbon.

     

    1. Live a historic Easter

     

    To fully immerse yourself in Easter with a rich blend of history, discovery, and relaxation, there’s no better opportunity than exploring the myriad historical monuments Lisbon has to offer – including those you’ve long heard of but never had the chance to visit. If you want a summary, try to see, or revisit these two: the Jerónimos Monastery, where you’ll feel small in the face of its architectural grandeur, and São Jorge Castle, where you can relax and enjoy the urban landscape.

     

    It might seem like a cliché, but these are two landmarks of the capital that are always worth visiting. Afterwards, take a break at Mercado de Algés, renowned as one of the city’s most vibrant and inviting markets, where you can rejuvenate and celebrate the Easter season with a glass of your favorite vinho Mandriola.

     

    2. Relax at one of the many viewpoints

     

    Did you know that Lisbon has 20 official viewpoints? Visiting these spaces with friends or family is always a good plan, especially at Easter when many of the capital’s riverside areas become more crowded. If you need suggestions, the Basilica da Estrela viewpoint is one of the most visited, and you can climb to the top of the Basilica. Next to the chapel of Senhora do Monte, you have another viewpoint that offers a privileged view over the city.

     

    3. Having lunch at a typical restaurant

     

    If you’re a fan of traditional Portuguese cuisine, there’s nothing like Easter to enjoy a comforting meal. Have you tried “Cozinha da Avó Celeste” (Grandma Celeste’s Kitchen)? As the name suggests, this restaurant has a long history, but it doesn’t weigh down the atmosphere or your wallet. It’s a great option to try typical dishes of this season as if you were at home. Looking for something different? Then head to “Taberna Moderna”, order the Black Cuttlefish Rice or “Ovos Rotos”, and pair it with a bottle of Mandriola.

     

    It’s a must-try one of the house specialties, the famous codfish cakes that attract many visitors. Pair them with the rice of your choice: turnip greens, beans, or tomato. And, of course, complement it with your favorite Mandriola white wine.

     

    4. Take a boat tour along the Rio Tejo

     

    This Easter, be a tourist in your own city. Enjoy the panoramic views of Lisbon from the Rio Tejo. There are plenty of boat trip options available, from longer cruises to shorter river trips. Sit back comfortably and enjoy the stunning landscapes of the city as you cruise along the river.

     

    5. Go on a cultural tour

     

    What if you celebrated Easter with a good dose of culture? You have various programs available in the LX Factory schedule, such as exhibitions, concerts, performances, and workshops. Alternatively, explore some of the emerging places in the capital: Casa do Comum in Belém even includes a Sloth Museum, with three beds, one of them a hammock, and three libraries that serve as food for reading and laziness. Haven’t you been to the renovated Buchholz bookshop? It’s well worth it. Alternatively, stop by the Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation, a small but very comprehensive museum covering a vast period of the two artists’ production.

     

    6. Get out of town

     

    If you opt for an out-of-town program, it’s worth visiting the westernmost point of the European continent: Cabo da Roca. Portugal’s oldest lighthouse is about a 40-minute drive from Lisbon, and when you arrive, you’ll be surprised by a breathtaking view of the Atlantic. There are several marked trails along the coast from here!

     

    Mandriola, for a memorable Easter

     

    With these tips, it’s easier to have a memorable Easter. Make the most of the good times and celebrate this Easter with Mandriola.

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