Walking around in Lisbon is even better after spring has sprung. The streets, squares, parks and avenues are even more beautiful now that the jacarandas are beginning to blossom. Originally from South America, these trees of the Bignoniaceae family arrived in Lisbon in the mid-17th century and ever since, between May and June when they’re in flower, they have lovely bunches of lilac-toned petals.
Rua dom Pedro V, in May.
Take the time to observe these beautiful trees, like in Rua Dom Pedro V in Principe Real (which means Real Prince) area, near Bairro Alto. a wonderful area for shopping. There’s lots of boutiques, traditional antique shops and art galleries.
Fabrico Infinito is a very fancy art gallery in Principe Real, Rua dom Pedro V, 74. Beautiful chandeliers!
Fabrico Infinito Principe Real, Rua dom Pedro V, 74 Lisbon
Owners: Marcela Brunken, born in Brasilia. Marcela lived and worked in Germany for a few years; and Tanja Baur, from Germany. The gallery is open from 11:00 – 19:00 daily, except Sundays and Mondays.
Fabrico Infinito Principe Real Lisbon
In tea room “Exotico & Classico’ in the garden you feel like a princess in a fairy tale! They serve simply amazing cakes and tea and much more… 🙂
The bill? A tea (cha) and a muffin de Cenour (home made) 4,70 euro.
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Principe Real means Royal Prince, not real prince