From vividly colored buildings to stunning museums and art incubators to splashy graffiti, Lisbon is a feast for the eyes. It’s a walking city and you discover a kaleidoscope at every turn. Enjoy . . .
Lisbon’s most photographed street is Rua da Bica de Duarte Belo.
Even the sidewalks are decorative!
Colorful snack kiosks
Spring in Lisbon
Many building are covered in beautiful Portuguese tiles, or azulejos.
Blue tiles are probably the most predominant, but after the 1755 earthquake, colorful, mass-produced tiles started appearing once more.
LX Factory. An abandoned industrial area is repurposed as a creative incubator with artist studios, hipster shops, restaurants and one of the world’s prettiest bookstores…
Artist booths pop up on Sundays.
“Ler Devagar” (“Read Slowly”) was named one of the 10 most beautiful bookstores in the world.
Inside, you’ll find a couple bars and antique printing presses.