THINGS TO DO IN
Alfama is a perfect destination to get in touch with Lisbon’s historical past and beauty.
Being the proud work of the post-earthquake reconstruction held by Marquis de Pombal in the 18th century, the downtown area of Lisbon stands for the modern urban planning winner.
Chiado will grant you the joy from a place where the past and present meet again.
TRAM 28 & 12
One of the best ways to know Lisbon is to use the old tramcars. With these, you will discover a lot of the highlights and charm of Lisbon comfortably.
TOP SIGHTS IN LISBON
Lisbon Cathedral is one of the oldest buildings in Lisbon today. Dating 1147, the original construction reveals Romanesque features enriched with Gothic cloister and chapel in the 13th century
Saint Jorge Castle
In the highest point of Lisbon, you will find Saint Jorge Castle. Built when Portugal was under Arab control, this impressive citadel still holds the ruins of the royal palace and stays high over Lisbon.
Having many viewpoints in various districts, Portas do Sol appears to be a favorite place for photographers.
Although Portas do Sol is one of the most visited viewpoints in Lisbon, the Senhora do Monte viewpoint is one of the most beautiful.
Senhora do Monte viewpoint
National Coach Museum
The National Coach Museum brings together a unique coach collection from the 16th to 19th centuries.
On the west wing of the Jerónimos Monastery, the impressive Navy Museum is one of the oldest museums in Portugal.
With many interesting temporary exhibitions, the Gulbenkian Foundation houses a permanent and attractive modern collection
In 2017, TripAdvisor considered the Oceanarium of Lisbon the best oceanarium in the World. Built for Expo 98, it is still maintained and updated frequently.
Visiting the magnificent Jerónimos Monastery will put a perfect touch on your Lisbon trip. This building is going to stun each visitor regardless of age and nationality.
Another symbol of the Age of Discoveries as a caravel prow awaits you in Belém. In steel and cement, the Discoveries Monument reaches 52 meters high on the Tagus riverbank.
The Belém Tower is probably one of the most recognized emblems of Lisbon. And represents the whole of Portugal’s architectural and functional aspirations of the medieval Portuguese population.
Time Out Market
The Time Out Market is a place in Lisbon that you cannot miss. Built inside an old food market, Mercado da Ribeira, you will taste the best flavors that Portugal offers.