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Our itinerary for six days with family in Lisbon

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Thought we would share how we planned out their stay and what we altered with their input once here. Our son and his girlfriend are in their twenties. We covered about 40 miles of walking.

Day 1 altered since they were tired: Rossio Square, Rua Augusta Arch, Praca do Comercio, Cais do Sodre - Timeout market, pink street, and The Couch Sports Bar.

Day 2 planned: Sintra for Penha Palace and Quinta da Regaleira.

Day 3 altered since they were tired from day 2: Jardim Botanico de Lisboa, Principe Real Garden, Miradouro de Sao Pedro de Alcantara, Estação inclinada de Glória - São Pedro de Alcântara.

Day 4 planned: Boca do Inferno, Cascais, Carcavelos Beach, Belem Tower, Monument of Discoveries.

Day 5 altered since they were tired from day 4: Parque das Nacoes, Telecabine, Oceanarium.

Day 6 planned: Castelo de S. Jorge, Church of Sao Vicente de Fora and the Monastery, Military Museum.

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Luckily the weather was perfect for the entire week of Oct 2-8.

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Funny, I also visited the Museu Militar, but on October 9th. First time, but liked it very much, and a long due one.

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@antonio_f Our son is ex-military as well as me. He loved it and sent pics to all his friends that were in the military with him.  They were impressed.

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@jonesdn2020 In that case he might have enjoyed the Museu de Marinha, in Belém. That area has several museums, you can spend a whole day there and not see everything. The Air Museum (Museu do Ar) is also nice, but it's not easy to access (easier by car).

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