Known by the city of the seven hills, Lisbon is a city full of stories to tell. Rich and multifaceted, it is very easy to find a reason to come back.
It is the capital of fado and bearer of a mythical light. Affirmed as one of the oldest and most dynamic European capitals!
Declared a National Monument in 1907 and in 1984 was classified by UNESCO "Cultural Heritage of all humanity." In a word: unmissable!
Tower of Belém
It was built in the Tagus River Estuary between 1515 and 1520, during the reign of King Manuel I. Elected as one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal.
Ajuda National Palace
Built by Dom José I (1714-1777) at the top of the Ajuda hill. This building was constructed in wood to better withstand earthquakes and has replaced the Ribeira Palace that was destroyed in the earthquake that devastated Lisbon in November 1755.
São Jorge Castle
The strongly fortified citadel dates from medieval period of Portuguese history, and is one of the main tourist sites of Lisbon.
Santa Justa elevator
Inaugurated on the July 10, 1902, it is the only vertical lift in Lisbon which does a public service. A work of the architect Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, with a cast iron structure, enriched with filigree.
Bairro Alto & Chiado
Bairro Alto and Chiado are two picturesque areas that take us back to other times. They are traditionally very bohemian places frequented by artists and writers.
São Pedro de Alcântara Belvedere
In this belvedere we are presented with one of the most complete and beautiful panoramic views of Lisbon.
Portas do Sol
Another magnificent and imposing view of the city that allows us to observe the Church of Saint Vincent and all the Alfama district that extends for the winding streets to the river.
Senhora do Monte Belvedere
Adjacent to the small and old chapel of Nossa Senhora do Monte, founded in 1147 and dedicated to Saint Gens, the bishop who according to tradition was martyred here. It was also in this old hill of Saint Gens D. Afonso Henriques has installed the camp for the conquest of the city.