This year's Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Lisbon, a city with historic neighbourhoods to get to know, along with modern architecture and urban art. It is a city with a special radiance, which comes from the Tagus river and the proximity of the sea.
What to do between the Semi-Finals?
As you travel through the country, you will discover the ingredients of the Portuguese character. You will find them in cities, monuments and landscapes that, each in their own way, tell a part of the history of the world.
For this reason, many of these sites were listed as UNESCO World Heritage. UNESCO has already granted World Heritage status to 21 sites, including historic centres, archaeological sites, cultural landscapes, natural parks and intangible heritage. These Portuguese contributions to world history are unmissable and the perfect excuse to know the country from north to south.
Next week, we will teach you some useful phrases that may come in handy during your stay in Lisbon.