If I were not alone, I would have explored Lisbon on foot. On the other hand, buying the two-day ticket from the hop-on hop-off tour was more than worth it. It was a bit hard to locate the pickup points. These were marked on the map that I got but I’m really bad at maps and direction. Also, I think a small sign like this is hard to locate:
But getting lost a lot of times added more sense of
misadventure. Once I got on the bus, I enjoyed every minute of it. There were other tourists so I no longer felt so alone.
Being on the bus also made more apparent to me how bad some roads are in downtown Lisbon:
Above all, it gave me a better view of sights like these:
I love Lisbon!
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