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Lisbon, capital city of Portugal

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, a city made up of seven hills facing the mouth of the Tagus River, with a history very marked by the monarchies, the period of the discoveries, and the reconstruction of the city after the earthquake of 1755. Lisbon is known for its excellence natural light, by the safety of Portugal, classified by the “Global Peace Index” as one of the safest countries in the world.
Lisbon is a European capital that has kept its neighborhood characteristics, with habits of social proximity in the most traditional neighborhoods of the city , greeting neighbors and strangers with a “good morning”.

What to do in Lisbon

The best way to get to know Lisbon during the day is to walk the streets of downtown, visit the historic monuments, observe the architecture, enter the shops and historic cafes of Baixa and Chiado, walk along Rua Augusta to Praça do Comércio / Terreiro do Paço, and observe the river near Cais das Colunas. Here we can then go up to Alfama on foot, or by tram, visit the Castle, the Graça district, pass by Mouraria and go down to Martin Moniz, Praça da Alegria, and find the luxury of Avenida da Liberdade… Return to Terreiro do Paço, take the Lisbon tram or bus, in just 20 minutes to Belém, where we find the Jerónimos Monastery, Belém Tower, and many other attractions.
At dusk we can visit one of the many viewpoints in Lisbon to enjoy the sunset, listen to fado at Moraria, in Alfama or enjoy the bohemian life of the bars and restaurants of Bairro Alto. a modern Lisbon, restored since 1998, with contemporary buildings, gardens and parks, the MEO Arena Pavilion, the Oceanário, the Casino, the Shopping and much more.

Discover what they are like, and what exists in each Lisbon area

Lisboa Litoral

Centro Histórico de Lisboa

Centro de Lisboa