Lisbon is a city that can be explored by public transport. Its old trams wind their way through the steep, windy streets. Although it looks like they'll never make it, they always do.
There is also a curious system of elevators to take you to the most extreme hills. One was designed by a student of Gustave Eiffel - his cabin rises above an iron tower. A typical day in Lisbon includes a stop at a café for coffee and pastel de nata - a small pudding cake typical of Lisbon. It is said to have been created by monks in Jerónimos Monastery - they used protein to strengthen robes and invented the pastel de nata to use yolks.
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Zurich - LisbonFlight duration: 02:50 hrs total, Frequency: 7 x daily
Departure ZurichTerminal: 1 / 3Counter opening time: 24 h prior to departure
Airbus A321-111Height: 11.80 mLength: 44.50 mSeats: 176-200
Crew:Pilots: 2Cabin crew: 5
Arrival LisbonDistance to city centre: 7 km