Located on the northern bank of the Tagus estuary, facing the Atlantic Ocean, Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and the country’s largest city, counting 550,000 residents, which add up to 3 million if considering the entire metropolitan area. It is served by an international airport very close to the center, registering a steady growth in passengers, handling about 20.1 million per year. Two bridges and several regular ferry lines offer connections to the other margin, and the city itself is well served by a metro and bus system. National roads and toll-pay highways, long-distance bus services, as well as regional and fast trains, connect Lisbon to the rest of the territory.

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The local climate is mild and sunny but sometimes very hot in ...

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