Portuguese author Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida shares suggestions for reading your way through Lisbon | The New York Times

Plenty of suggestions for book worms in Lisbon and those thinking of visiting.

Pessoa and Saramago of course make the list, but there are plenty of other writers and poets here for all you readers out there…READ MORE

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