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Portugal with a 3 year old and 1 year old

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Hi, We are landing in Lisbon in end of May and flying back from Lisbon after 9 days.
I read lots of posts that cover lisbon and porto but we will be traveling with small kids.
We want to spend time in Libson and Porto. Can you please suggest the areas where we should book our accommodation so we are in heart of city. Should we rent a car or use public transport with kids? And as far as stroller/pram is concerned, are the roads stroller friendly?
The things that we want to cover from Lisbon are:
day trip to Sintra
zoo
aquarium

We want to concentrate out trip mainly around kids so they enjoy at max and want to stay in good location so we are not walking a lot.

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