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500 hidden secrets
The 500 Hidden Secrets of Lisbon

The 500 Hidden Secrets of Lisbon

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  • Antique Collectors Club
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Illustration: 200 colour images

      It’s all in the details

      Where are the 5 best places to eat like a Portuguese? Which are the 5 best restaurants for Petiscos? Where can you find the nicest salons and barber shops? Which are the 5 best places to see Azulejos? Where will you find the most unique lifts and elevators? The best Lisbon area beaches? 'The 500 Hidden Secrets of Lisbon' reveals these good-to-know places and many more.

      An affectionate and informed guide to Lisbon, written by a true local. This is a book for visitors who want to avoid the usual tourist spots and for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets. Contents: 105 Places to Eat Good Food; 65 Places for a Drink; 70 Places for Shopping; 25 Buildings to Admire; 45 Places to Discover the Real Lisbon; 80 Places to Enjoy Culture; 20 Things to Do with Children; 25 Places to Sleep; 45 Activities for the Weekend; 20 Random Facts & Helpful Hints. AUTHOR: Miguel Judice has lived in Lisbon for all his life and has a deep knowledge of the city's most well-kept secrets, both with a local and a visitor's perspective. A hospitality entrepreneur, former president of the Portuguese Hotel Association, with a passion for travel writing, Miguel lives and works in the city, a combination that he used to research for the book, his first to date. SELLING POINTS: * An insider's guide to Lisbon and its hidden secrets and addresses * An inspirational and practical guide to Lisbon's finest and most interesting places, buildings, restaurants, shops, museums, galleries, neighbourhoods, gardens and cafes * A new edition in Luster's successful and attractive series of city guides * Photography by Manuel Gomes da Costa 80 colour photos

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