There were several stops on the way to the south to check small interesting spots. One of them is the mine São Domingos, where mining took place already under the Roman rule. In 1855, the mine started functioning again till 1966. Nowadays, the area (railway station) is absolutely ruined, it looks haunted, at the same… Continue reading Mine São Domingos, Portugal
I keep up repeating that my favourite part of Portugal is Algarve, the South of the country. At the end of July, I was lucky to go there again (I was before at the beginning of the same month, but it was a short visit). This time, my friends and I went for a week,… Continue reading Road Trip to Algarve
Like I already mentioned, Alfama is the oldest part of Lisbon, which survived in the earthquake, flood, and fire. Yes, poor Lisbon experienced it all within a short time. So, every time I wanted to feel a historic atmosphere, I went to Alfama. Every time the rout was different, and I often got lost there,… Continue reading Walking in Alfama
Here are the pictures of the Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology, which was open in October, 2016.
Belém is a very visited area. But I show you a different glimpse, which has its own charm:
One of the most famous areas to go out is Pink Street in Cais de Sodre. The street ground is literally pink! Yes, it’s painted pink. There are different pubs, clubs, and bars there, although the street is really small. During my stay in Lisbon, I was there maybe 3-4 times only. It’s a good… Continue reading Pink Street
My main reason of being in Portugal was working on my dissertation. It is a slow process which requires a lot of reading, consulting experts in the field, and of course deliberate patience and accuracy. Different people have their own style of working. I liked to write in different cafes. Yes, it’s usually crowded there… Continue reading Place in Alfama