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Getting around Lisbon

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I'm considering a trip to Lisbon in late December but am a little concerned about how walk-able the city is. I'm not disabled but I have bad knees and don't do well with lots of steps or steep inclines.

From what I've researched, it's a very hilly city. It sounds like I'd be able to get around using public transportation but I'd appreciate hearing opinions from people who have been there. I'm also looking for a recommendation for a well-located hotel that won't require a hike up a hill (something nice, I'm not a hostel/air B&B traveler).

Thank you in advance for any guidance.

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