Go slowly and patiently to unravel the little villas, small communities which face a common patio, that form small neighbourhoods with matching balconies such as Vila Berta. They used to be old palaces, occupied during the 19th century by the poorest workers who came to the city to find work – nowadays they are residential areas that still maintain the charm of past days.
Play detective and search for little villas, eat fresh fish and have a toast with sparkling sangria, you'll fit right in. Afterwards, walk around the neibourghood and visit one of the most famous Lisbon Castle and take it all in - this is as typically Portuguese as it gets.
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