Lately, I have started sharing photos from my brief visit to Lisbon in 2018. I have mentioned before that I was shooting some night scenes in the streets of an ancient part of the city. When I saw the name of the restaurant in the first photo below, I remembered that this district is called Alfama.
According to Wikipedia, Alfama is the oldest neighbourhood of Lisbon, spreading on the slope between the São Jorge Castle and the Tagus river. It is a charming maze of narrow cobbled streets and ancient houses with lots of small restaurants, cafes, and shops selling traditional Portuguese crafts. I am not much of a shopper, but I bought a unique-looking cap made of cork. It was a rather cold evening to be walking outside for an extended period, and I needed something to keep my head warm.
The images I am sharing on this post have lots of fine details. They are best viewed on a computer screen with full HD resolution or higher.
I hope you enjoyed the images in this short post. If you missed my previous post and would like to have a look, here it is: Humble Dwellings.
Obrigado pela visita!