LISBON – a tra­vel gui­de

A pro­ject by Danie­la Kram­mer

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

LISBON – a travel guide

Descrip­ti­on

Let’s start with the most important thing: this is not a tra­vel gui­de. Regard this book as your per­so­nal com­pa­n­ion on a trip to Europe’s sun­niest capi­tal. Ima­gi­ne it like your best mate who keeps you enter­tai­ned, wat­ches out for you and, of cour­se, chal­len­ges you. At least some­ti­mes.

You may ask yours­elf right now why this shouldn’t be a tra­vel gui­de. That’s easy to exp­lain: the­re are just too many of them out the­re!
You won’t find anything in here that every other gui­de tells you to do in Lis­bon becau­se that’s sim­ply boring.
If you want to hear more about Tor­re de Belém or Cas­te­lo de São Jor­ge, you can go look for it else­whe­re.

But, if you want to know what else can be found in this won­der­ful city of seven hills far bey­ond the end of any tou­ris­ty path, then be advi­sed to keep this book on hand.

 Credits:
Con­cept, Text, Pho­to­gra­phy & Design:
Danie­la Kram­mer

Danie­la Kram­mer

Danie­la Kram­mer is a gra­phic desi­gner from Aus­tria with a huge love for edi­to­ri­al design, visu­al iden­ti­ties and typo­gra­phy. During her stu­dies, she enjoy­ed working and stu­dy­ing in cities like Ber­lin and Lis­bon. Besi­des that, she free­lan­ced for dif­fe­rent com­pa­nies and spent the last years working as a gra­phic desi­gner in an upri­sing start-up envi­ron­ment. Danie­la has recent­ly gra­dua­ted from Uni­ver­si­ty of App­lied Sci­en­ces in Graz and now holds an MA in Arts and Design.
She loves to work on pro­found com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on stra­te­gies and imple­ment the­se in clear and holistic designs. When not working, she is try­ing to climb on rocks in as many coun­tries as pos­si­ble, cap­tu­re them on her came­ra, is prac­ticing some yoga or spen­ding time out­si­de with her dog.
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