Slowly but surely, and with an unassuming confidence, Lisbon has become one of the world’s great foodie destinations. It’s easy to see why; the national produce, particularly from the Atlantic, is bountiful, affordable and served as fresh as you like. What’s more, despite the famous hills, the city is eminently strollable, and the cobbled streets are lined with cafes and beer joints you’d be more than happy to stumble across (stumble you will, those cobbles get slippery) and pitch up in for the afternoon. Warm welcomes abound here, and the country does snacks like no other.
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