What is the main difference between the Tram 28-Campo de Ourique Food & Cultural Walk and the Downtown-Mouraria Food & Cultural Walk?
Tram 28-Campo de Ourique Food & Cutural Walk is run in the morning, for you to appreciate the fish stall and produce vendors at the market. Campo de Ourique is a 19th-century neighborhood full of restaurants and pastry shops where many famous characters lived. In the last years, became the trendy neighborhood booming with new food-related concepts of restaurants, such as the first renovated food market in Lisbon.
In Downtown-Mouraria Food & Cultural Walk, run in the afternoon, we'll walk through two very ancient neighborhoods of Lisbon, from the historical Lisbon of the 12th century until the current times. In a stroll by the off beaten path, you will find out why Mouraria is such a unique place - the birthplace of the Fado music and the most multicultural neighborhood in Lisbon.
Both are unique and give you access to different sides of Lisbon lifestyle, food and history. If you have time, you might enjoy do both, since they complement very much each other.
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