The most frequently used Portuguese Way of St. James is the Central Route, which passes through Lisbon, Coimbra and Porto. It is fully waymarked from Lisbon with the unmistakable yellow arrows that mark the Ways of St.
In the cosmopolitan city of Lisbon, everything is just a stone’s throw away.To the people of Lisbon, Baixa (downtown) has always been the place par excellence for shopping.
Lisbon is already a city renowned for urban art and in a simple walk through the centre or across the historic neighbourhoods we are surprised by works of art.
Over 200 years old, the string of Napoleonic Wars forts known as the Linhas de Torres at Torres Vedras are the visible remains of the struggle between the Portuguese and the French for sovereignty that occurred at the beginning of the XIXt