Belém is a laid-back area on the Tagus River, known for its seafood restaurants and houses decorated with colourful tiles. Among the area's shaded green lawns are historic landmarks that recall Portugal’s seafaring past, like the 16th-century Tower of Belém and the sail-shaped Discoveries Monument. Near the vast Gothic Jerónimos Monastery, the popular Pastéis de Belém patisserie is famed for its custard tarts.
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It's the first day when I felt cold in Portugal. Winter is coming.