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WHICH ARE THE SUPERMARKETS WHERE U CAN GET FRUITS JUICES ETC?

By Traveller February 7, 2017
Lisbon

WHICH ARE THE SUPERMARKETS WHERE U CAN GET FRUITS JUICES ETC?

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By Mamoona Traveller February 7, 2017

ACTUALLY I WILL BE COMING TO LISBON FOR COUPLE OF DAYS ONLY IN MARCH . AND WANT TO SEE AS MUCH AS I CAN . DONT WANT TO SPEND TOO MUCH MONEY ON FOOD AND ALL. SO WAS THINKING IF SOMEONE CAN HELP ME AND GUIDE ME THROUGH .. FOR EXAMPLE BREAKFAST STUFF IF I WANT TO GO SUPERMARKET GET MYSELF JUICES FRUITS OR SANDWICHS CROSSAINTS, WHICH ONE SHALL I GO AND ABOUT TRAVEL GUIDE AS WELL .. I LOVE WALKING IS IT NECESSARY TO GET DAY PASS IF U WANT TO SEE AROUND OR ITS WALKABLE. MANY THANKS FOR TIME .. ANY ANSWER WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED.

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Dear Mamoona, supermarkets are Lidl, Pingo-Doce and Mini-Preco. There are plenty of bakery-cafes for breakfast stuff and small shops selling fruit and vegetables. The price level in Lisbon is very reasonable to eat also in cafes and small restaurants.

Me and my husband walk very much. The preferable areas to walk are Graca, Alfama and Bairro Alto.
I also recommend a small autenthic fado place Tasca do Jaime in Graca, Rua da Graca 91. There is fado on Saturdays and Sundays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. If you dont want to walk, you get to Graca by the historical tram 28. Be careful in tram for pick-pockets.

Most cheap way to travel inside Lisboa is to buy a zapping ticket (reloadable ticket) from automats in metro stations. The price for ticket is 50 cents and then you load money in it so much you want starting from 5 euros. Ticket is valid for one year in trams, buses, metro,trams which go to hills (e.g. Gloria), ferries to other side of Tagus river, trains to Sintra and Cascais. In metro you have to stamp the ticket when going in and also going out.

Belem is area to which you must go tram 15 from Praca Figueira or train from Cais do Sodre to Cascais. In Belem I recommend to visit the royal palace Ajuda. It is a "real pearl". There is much more to see than in Mosteiro do Jeronimos.

If you are young you find live music places in Bairro Alto or Cais do Sodre "pink street area". They open late around 24 hrs.

Nice stay here, rgs Marketta
Local February 7, 2017
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aww thanks alot for all this i will keep in mind all this about travel so this ticket i get for 50 cents i put for example 10 euros in it and can be used in trams 28. 15 and all metro and will cost me 1.50 euro. is that how it works. and some has jus given me this guide for three days ..will this be enough to see in 2 and half day technically.
• Day 1 Morning – Alfama and Baixa districts
• Day 1 Afternoon – Bairro Alto, Chiado districts
• Day 1 Evening – Baixa and Rossio
• Day 2 Most of the day – Belem district
• Day 2 Later part of the day– Estrela District and a ride on the number 28 tram
• Day 2 Evening – Bairro Alto (best on a Friday or Saturday night)
• Day 3 Morning – Parque das Nações
• Day 3 Afternoon – Parque Eduardo VII and the Avenida da Liberdade
• Day 3 Evening – Santo Amaro Docks
do u find it okay .. i am so grateful to u for ur advice. bless u