Lisbon Guided Walking Tour

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    Lisbon, built on seven hills, is also one of Europe's most accessible cities for exploring on foot, and often feels more like a series of neighbourhoods knitted together.

    And it is not just tourists who are attracted to the delights of the Portuguese capital - film-makers also flock there. Among the latest movies to be made in the city is Night Train To Lisbon, due to be released in the UK next year. Jeremy Irons plays a professor who abandons his job and heads to Lisbon on a journey of self-discovery.

    Lisbon is easy to navigate on foot, there are two quirky forms of transport not to be missed: the fabulous, creaking old elevadores (cable-winched lifts), and old trams that carry you into Lisbon's charming heart.

    Afterwards, irresistible sweet smells drew into Pasteis de Belem, a picturesque pastry shop rightly known for its deliciously fresh egg tarts. But be warned: one is never enough.

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