Football is very important in Portugal. A lot of the Portuguese even watch a match on TV while eating their dinner in a restaurant…. At the moment football lovers and tourists from all over the world follow the matches in Lisbon’s city center. According to the Portuguese and Ronaldo Portugal should be considered among the favorites to take the title in South Africa……
A big screen at Praça da Figueira Square, near Rossio, a very popular tourist attraction, June 25, 2010. On the background one of the main historical and tourist sites in Lisbon, the Castle of Saint George (São Jorge)
Remarkable: from the 16th to the 19th centuries, Brazil was a colony of Portugal
Rúa Augusta, Lisbon’s famous boulevard and one of the best-known shopping streets
Beautiful Portuguese girls
Catarina Tomais da Silva and Rui, waiters in Pastelaria Casa Brasilia.Very popular and delicious food! Rua Augusta 267
Pastelaria and restaurant “D. João I”, Rua D. Duarte 1-B
Near Praça da Figueira . In the month of June all the streets in the historical center are decorated with garlands and lights (Festas Populares)
Inside the restaurant……
…and of course the elephant 😉 sound of the vuvuzelas!
After the match…..Portugal vs Brazil: 0-0: both countries happy 😉
Holland vs Brazil, near the famous Rossio Station.
A big screen at Largo Duque de Cadaval, a beautiful place, full of open sunny open-air cafes and restaurants.
Holland vs Brazil: 3-1. Dutch and Brazilian football fans are watching the match
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