Lisbon one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Discover the 10 must-see places in Lisbon to visit on your trip to the city. Free Free Tour!
Lisbon is located between seven hills and on the banks of the Tagus River, at the mouth of the Tagus River. The city combines historic buildings, fabulous viewpoints, traditional Fado theaters and exquisite cuisine. Discover the 10 must-see Lisbon must-sees. We recommend spending between 2 and 3 days in this city to enjoy its heritage, if you want to visit the city of Sintra, we advise you to spend an extra day.
Located on the highest hill of the city, a castle built by the Visigoths in the 5th century, also occupied by the Arabs. You can see magnificent views of the city.
It's a baroque temple located in the Alfama district, highlights its great dome.
It is the oldest and most traditional neighborhood, it is the Muso del Fado, the Cathedral, beautiful streets and great viewpoints.
It is the oldest and most important religious building in Lisbon, has survived several earthquakes and has been restored several times.
It was the old pier of Lisbon, now the most emblematic square of the city, always full of atmosphere.
If you visit Portugal you can not miss the opportunity to try the authentic cakes in the Pastelería de Belém, are handmade cakes and although there are usually long queues, it is worth trying these cakes.
It is one of the jewels of Lisbon, located in the neighborhood of Belém, was declared a World Heritage Site in 1983. You can visit it with the Lisbon Card.
With 56 meters high is a tribute to the discovery of the Azores, Madeira and Cape Verde. You can enter and go up by elevator to its viewpoint.
It is an ancient fortress is located a few meters from the Monument to the Discoveries, on the Tagus River and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If you want to enjoy an ideal view of the city, you should visit the Mirador de Graça. In addition, the surrounding area has bars and the Graça Church.