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Lisbon: “Pastéis de Belém”, the best pastry in the world where you can enjoy a delicious pastry for only 1€.

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Staying in Lisbon? Don’t forget to go to “Pastéis de Belém”, the best pastry shop in town. Since 1837, the establishment has been thrilling the taste buds of the inhabitants and recently exceeded 10,000 reviews on the famous Tripadvisor site (with an average of 4.5/5).

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Might as well say the place is worth the detour. In French, its name means “cake of Belém” in reference to the district of Belém, located in the Portuguese capital. In 2018, the world’s busiest pastry shop will celebrate its 181 years old. For the occasion, there is a good chance that it is still sold out, and that travellers and locals alike are flocking to it.

A secret recipe

At the origin of this incredible success is a secret recipe that has been made in the same way since the opening of Pastéis de Belém in 1837. You will have understood it, for many Portuguese, it is the best in the country, and therefore probably in the world, as it is a local culinary specialty.

Another advantage, to taste this treasure, despite the quality of the products and the know-how, you won’t need to spend thousands and hundreds. Indeed, Pastéis de Belém wished to remain a popular business and within the reach of all stock exchanges, as it has been since its creation. This choice is a credit to the owners and makes the happiness of the gourmets, who can thus enjoy the delicious pastries. for about one euro each.

So a piece of advice, make the most of your visit to the beautiful city of Lisbon to enjoy it!

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