Visit the top attractions of Lisbon
Lisbon has many attractions that you must see and that you should include in your trip if you want to experience the incredibly enchanting atmosphere of the area.
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The most picturesque neighborhood in Lisbon with the old buildings lined with azulejos, tiled with ethnic designs, narrow streets and picturesque walks under flowered balconies, colorful laundry and historic buildings such as the Cathedral.
Cabo da Roca
From the center of Sintra you can reach the westernmost tip of Europe, Cape Cabo daRoca, where "the land ends and the sea begins" by the Portuguese poet Luis de Camoes. The cape is known for its wild beauty as it is bathed by the Atlantic.
Elevador de Santa Justa
It is an iron neo-gothic elevator, one of the most interesting architectural works in the city. Today, it is famous for the beautiful view from one side of the city and from the other of the medieval church Carmo Convent without a roof after the earthquake of 1755.
At Belem's port
Its name means "Bethlehem", it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here are three of the most important monuments: the Belem Tower, on the seafront, the Monument to the Exploration, the "crossroads" of the Tagus with the Atlantic Ocean, and the magnificent Monastery of the Jerome.
A ride with the tram 28
A trademark of the city with its characteristic yellow color constantly turns the city center following a really beautiful route going up and down the hills passing through squares and the characteristic colored houses of the city.
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Αctivities in Lisbon
Lisbon has many wonderful places around it that will tempt you to make at least one day trip or a cruise to discover them.
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