Lisbon

Full of history and culture and a contemporary lifestyle, Lisbon is one of the favourite destinations of Europe. Friendly and safe, with a vast array of topics to explore and plenty to see, is old, is modern, is bright and full of colour, is without doubt a city unforgettable!

The Portuguese capital with a thousand years of history, rich in monuments and neighbourhoods, Roman, manueline, baroque, romantic, literary and Bohemia, Lisbon knew how to preserve the beauty and charm of old. A true treasure of historic buildings, where the old and the new coexist in perfection.

Are endless sites that you must visit in Lisbon, however there are places of compulsory nature that make unforgettable the tourists to its passage through the Capital.

The historic neighbourhood of Alfama, an old Arab quarter in the oldest, which retains its essence picturesque, where they play the festivals of Popular Saints that attract crowds, as well as in the Mouraria.

The Low, one of the most active, is the heart of the city. Elegant streets where traditional stores mingle with workshops for independent designers and designer shops of international renown, all that is needed for a good afternoon of shopping. We are now one of the most emblematic of the city, the Chiado pole of cultural life belong characterized by the beautiful Portuguese side walks, bookshops, restaurants, cafes and theatres of the great tradition.

The passage through the Bairro Alto, provides the environment of animation, full of shops, bars and restaurants, local bohemian par excellence where the various types of music mingle, make this one of the most well arranged in the center.

Visit Belém to meet the Lisbon of the Discoveries, where besides the famous Monument of Discoveries, are the most emblematic monuments, Tower of Belém and monasteries of the Jerónimos, ex-libris of the city classified as World Heritage. Site of many terraces and shows very attractive, several monuments, museums and large landscaped areas, make Bethlehem one of the best places for sightseeing.

The Praça do Comércio, characterized by cafés more old town, by petty trade in the open air and by street artists, gives access to observe the city in one of the most attractive through the rise of the Elevador de Santa Justa.

The Parque das Nações, vast exhibition of modern architecture, which hosts many national and international events, has a huge commercial complex. With many gardens, excellent for walking foot, bike or skate.

Restaurants, bars, terraces, Casino and luxury hotels, in an area by the river completely reconstructed, makes this a leisure area important and plenty of turnout.

In addition to other attractions, not losing the visit to Lisbon Oceanarium, one of the largest in Europe.

Discover Lisbon through the various viewpoints give the visitor a wonderful prospect of a city with a breathtaking view over the Tagus river and watch the sunset in quiet spots and welcoming.

Places of interest to visit:

  • Praça do Comércio • Castelo de São Jorge
  • Elevador da glória • Elevador Santa Justa
  • Igreja do Carmo • Parque Eduardo VII
  • Praça Marquês Pombal • Rossio (Estação)
  • Miradouro de São Pedro • Alfama
  • Palácio de Belém • Torre de Belém
  • Mosteiro dos Jerónimos • Padrão dos descobrimentos
  • Ponte 25 de Abril • Ponte Vasco da Gama
  • Jardim Botânico • Palácio de São Bento
  • Jardim Zoológico • Planetário
  • Parque das Nações • Oceanário
  • Museus • Costa da Caparica
  • Cascais • Sintra
  • Praça do Comércio • Castelo de São Jorge
  • Elevador da glória • Elevador Santa Justa
  • Igreja do Carmo • Parque Eduardo VII
  • Praça Marquês Pombal • Rossio (Estação)
  • Miradouro de São Pedro • Alfama
  • Palácio de Belém • Torre de Belém
  • Mosteiro dos Jerónimos • Padrão dos descobrimentos
  • Ponte 25 de Abril • Ponte Vasco da Gama
  • Jardim Botânico • Palácio de São Bento
  • Jardim Zoológico • Planetário
  • Parque das Nações • Oceanário
  • Museus • Costa da Caparica
  • Cascais • Sintra