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#Albufeira is a small town just 3h from Lisbon. This was our first stop of the trip. This place is absolutely beautiful. Since we went there during not so crowded time it was even more enjoyable !!


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When everybody is a photographer #fail


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Stairway to heaven


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Symmetry


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Defying #Gravity

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festivities in #Lisbon

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Palace of Pena

We went to #Sintra on a day trip to see the beautify national Palace of Pena. Sintra is a small town just 30 mins from Lisbon. Sintra is a very popular tourist destination, as a result, is usually very busy, so plan your trip accordingly.


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Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon. We did not get a chance to see the inside of the monastery since all the monuments are closed on Monday in Lisbon.


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Torre De Bellém


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National Sanctuary of Christ the King.

This was such a surprise, we went there on 1st January trying our luck as all the monuments were closed on 1st of Jan, but to our surprise, we found this place open and we got a chance to go at the top of the statute.

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