BELEM in Lisbon, Portugal: from Pastel de Belem to Torre de Belem 😁😋😅

Belem is a freguesia (civil parish) and district of Lisbon, Portugal, famous for the original pastel de Belem (sold in the shop called Pastéis de Belém) and also for some of the most notable monuments of Lisbon, like the Belem Tower (Torre de Belém), the Jerónimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos), the Padrão dos Descobrimentos monument, and Belém Palace (official residence of the President of Portugal). We didn't visit the Belém Palace (next time 🤞😉), but managed to see all others. Belém is heavily associated with the age of discoveries in the 16th century, when Portuguese navigators sailed to explore the world. It's located about 25 min west of Praça do Comércio in downtown Lisbon if you come by elétrico (# 15E), as we did. Very worth the day trip. But if you're more curious to discover the difference between pastel de Belem and pastel de nata, keep watching as well 😁. The original video is in English, this is an automatic translation to help you watch in your own language. There are subtitles as well, you can activate them by typing C (desktop) or clicking the video, then at CC at the top of the screen (mobile). Detailed Lisbon travel guide: 🚩 This trip to Lisbon was before the pandemic. --- SUBSCRIBE to discover the world with us ► --- Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal, with about 3 million people living in the metropolitan area. It's mainland Europe's westernmost capital and the only one along the Atlantic coast. And Belem's history is deeply connected to the ocean. #RenataInPortugal #RenataInLisbon #RenataInEurope --- Lisbon, Portugal | Vlog 4 00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - Tram (elétrico) to Belem 01:53 - Pastéis de Belém 04:24 - Outside Jeronimos Monastery 04:59 - Santa Maria de Belém church 06:11 - Jeronimos Monastery 08:27 - Walk to Monument to the Discoveries 09:19 - Padrão dos Descobrimentos monument 12:27 - Belem Tower 16:11 - Bloopers 😁😆😅😂🤣 Previous vlogs here: ✔️ Our main equipment: - Gordon's camera: - Gordon's main lens: - My main camera: - Drone: - Microphone: We tend to use different cameras in different videos, depending on the type of video and filming conditions. Due to the number of requests, we'll start listing here in the description the main equipment we use in each vlog ✔️ How do I stay connected all over the world? I use Google Fi for high-speed internet (the same cost as in the USA, with no need to get a local SIM card. Love it!). Here's $20 in credit if you wanna try it: ✔️ All our music comes from Epidemic Sound. If you like the music, you can also use their service for free for 30 days: This vlog was created for the official Renata Pereira YouTube Channel at Liked it? Share it ► After watching, please take a minute to leave a comment or subscribe. I'm a travel vlogger, and I really appreciate it! :) LET'S CONNECT! + BLOG: + FACEBOOK: + INSTAGRAM: + TWITTER: + PINTEREST: + YOUTUBE IN PORTUGUESE: (who knows if you have a Brazilian friend or wants to practice your Portuguese!? ;) Disclaimer: Some of the links above are affiliate links. We may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support when you choose to click on them, as you help support this channel --- ► WHO AM I? I am a Brazilian journalist living in the United States. After traveling the world working with sports, news, and events for over 15 years, I realized that what I really love is the travel part of it all. So I exchanged life in the newsrooms and stadiums for the daily challenge of being an independent content producer. I created this channel to share the beauties of the world... stuff that for so long I only kept to myself. Also to help people planning similar trips and to inspire more people to venture out and enjoy life! P.S.: The funny guy who appears in the vlogs is my husband, Gordon. He is Canadian-American and he's actually camera-shy, that's why he's behind the camera most of the time 😉 --- NEW VIDEO ►►► ---
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