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Discover Lisbon

Where you’ll have the opportunity to get to know traces of an ancient city as well as truly testimonies of a cosmopolitan, contemporary and multicultural city. Here the presence of sunshine and the river tagus transforms Lisbon into one of the most beautiful European cities!
Get to know more about the landmarks of Lisbon and our suggestions of activities to enjoy in the capital, gastronomy to taste and other places of interest nearby!

Typical July:
24º C
75º F
Typical January:
46º F

What to see

In Lisbon you can enjoy your time to learn more about the History of this city, visiting its museums, monuments or other places of Historical and Cultural interest.

S. Jorge Castle

It is located in the highest Hill in the historical city centre, providing the tourists a beautiful view over the city and the Tagus River.

'Terreiro do Paço'

It's the largest square in Lisbon with cafés, restaurants and terraces. It's also a City's landmark.

Aqueduct of 'Àguas Livres'

One of the post cards of Lisbon and one of the most emblematic and great works of the City.


Belém is a part of Lisbon deeply connected with the maritime discoveries accomplished by the Portuguese people.

Bairro Alto

Neighborhood of the restaurants, the nightlife and a meeting point for artists and designers.

Baixa & Chiado

The heart of the city and rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake with beautiful cobbled streets, named after the artisans who traded in the area.


A typical Lisbon's neighborhood and the birth place of ‘Fado’.

Tile Museum

Showcasing the history of traditional Portuguese handmade tiles.

Lisbon Story Centre

Interactive space that counts, from past to present, the major historical events of the city.

Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

One of the most famous museums in Portugal.

Ajuda National Palace

Ex-official residence of the Portuguese Royal Family.

Santa Justa Elevator

Also known as Elevador do Carmo (Santa Justa or Carmo Elevator) is a public elevator.

‘São Vicente de Fora’ Monastery

The largest church in Lisbon with its beautiful cloisters.


The largest in Europe, with species from every corner of the world.

Lisbon Cathedral

Patriarchate headquarters of Lisbon, is a National Monument since 1910.

Church of St. Domingos

Impressive Church located in Lisbon's 'Baixa-Pombalina'.

National Pantheon

National Monument. The building is located in the historic area of Santa Clara and was originally intended to be Santa Engracia church.

What to do

You can stroll through the typical streets of the Lisbon’s neighborhoods. Enjoy Fado shows, visit the monumental area of Belém with its World Heritage Monuments and taste the unique ‘Pastéis de Belém’.
You can also walk in the contemporary spaces of the city, such as the Parque das Nações and enjoy your time here to do some shopping.

Listen Fado 'Vadio'

Choose a typical restaurants of the city to have a dinner and watch a performance of this traditional music, classified as World Heritage.

Tram 28th tour

A truly ex-libris of Lisbon, and one of the best ways to experience the city.

Walk along Augusta's Street

Shopping area where you can find many different shops and have fun with musicians and street artists that perform here.

Enjoy views of the sightseeing points

They all, offer you amazing views over the city.

Have fun at the Nations Park

In this dynamic and multifunctional space, you can stroll along the waterfront, practice sports, shopping and watch the shows or exhibitions.

Relax in the 'Ribeira das Naus'

Perfect place to relax and read a good book. Here you can enjoy the sun and the light breeze of the Tagus River.

Walk along the Tagus River

Through the Santo Amaro Docks, with the Belem Tower about 30-minute distance.

What to taste

In Lisbon you can taste amazing Portugal’s typical dishes:


Typical Lisbon's snack, consisting of meat served in bread.

'Patanisca de Bacalhau' (Cod fish)

One of the recipes of great success of the Portuguese cuisine.


Traditionally the Portugueses eat the sardines grilled accompanied by bread and/or potatoes and olive oil.

'Pastéis de Belém'

Small custard tart. Its cream is divine and the batter is crunchy and that is the mix that makes it unmistakably delicious.

Places to visit near Lisbon

Near Lisbon you can find several places of amazing beauty that can offer you unique experiences:

Lisbon sights

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