Lisbon is divided into upper and lower districts. The buildings in upper districts are relatively old. They have all kinds of alleys, mottled houses, all kinds of clothes hangers, and have a strong local flavor of life. It's very relaxing and interesting to take a leisure walk through the streets and alleys here.
Lisbon's Upper Town is an old city. The buildings in the Upper Town have a certain history. We can go up by tram, along narrow and steep paths, and enjoy the local life. There are many art shops and cafes in Shangcheng District. If you have enough time, it is a very comfortable feeling to have a cup of coffee here for leisure.
Near the presidential palace in Lisbon, there is a pastry shop with a history of more than 100 years. It is famous for producing the world's first egg tart. Guests come from all over the world, waiting in line for an egg tart and a cup of coffee for more than 10 minutes or longer. It is also because of the persistence of the Southern Europeans that the shopkeeper has spent more than 100 years of his ancestors'devotion in running this shop in return for this honor. Perhaps it is more than 100 years to do a good job in a shop, so that we really enjoy an egg tart, a cup of coffee, the simplest pleasure, but also let us put aside all impetuous and eager for quick success and instant benefit mentality, and quiet feelings of life with them.
Back to the old city from Belem, the afternoon is to let oneself wander in the old city. There are freeways known as Champs Elysees Avenue in Portugal, squares of all sizes, railway stations with a long history, works designed by students of Eiffel, and all the surprises waiting for you to find.
Quite a lot of places to visit and eat well. I like the souvenirs here very much.