February 22, 2020

Portugal top Instagram spots

Instagram can be a terrible place but also kind of inspiring so I wanted to share the top Instagram spots from Portugal (mostly Lisbon and a few other places)

For more info on the trip, where to go, what to see and what to eat check out my guide here.

Tower of Belém

Miradouros and looking over the town of Lisbon

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Bom dia Lisboa 🇵🇹 #visitlisboa

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Palace of Pena, Sintra

Cabo da Roca, the Westernmost Point of Europe; once upon a time that’s where they thought the world ended!

The magical beaches full of magnificent rocks and endless sand

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Portugal on film 🎞 📸 #atlanticocean

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Happy National Bikini Day!👙 If you’re ready to enjoy the sun this weekend in the UK please don’t forget your body SPF 🌞 Swipe to see this in @esthedermuk cream in action. Have you tried it? The Adaptasun cream by Institut Esthederm is an incredibly smart formula – with 15 years of research behind the brand, all their products are very innovative. Select the suitable cream for you depending on the strength of the sun – I usually go for the “Strong Sun” option to be safe. It protects against UVA and UVB in a lightweight milk formula, while activating your skin’s melanin thanks to their patented Global Cellular Protection technology. I don’t usually go for an SPF cream on my body as I hate when it pills up, but always go back to this formula that sinks in quickly, and leaves my skin super soft too! Also comes in a body mist and spray version. To be honest the first time I tried this I was a bit scared I would burn as it’s not a traditional SPF, but soon realised that it’s actually pretty great so wanted to share the knowledge! What are your fave body SPFs? Let me know!

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Colourful walls, flowers and more around town!

St Justa Lift

The arches and architecture

The MAAT Museum and bridge (was too cloudy that day so no bridge!)

Fundação Champalimaud

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