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The views from the ramparts of the Castle of St George are among the best on offer in a city where spectacular views are practically a dime dozen. You may prefer to scale the 28-metre Monument to Christ to look back across the Tagus River at the city, or the Discoveries Monument for a bird’s eye view of Belem. Lisbon’s World Heritage-listed sites pay tribute to its seafaring past: Belem Tower was a starting point for many of the Voyages of Discovery from the 16th century onwards, and Jeronimos Monastery contains countless motifs of explorations.
The cobbled twisting lanes of this working-class quarter date back to the 16th century and have been the home to the city’s bohemian haunt of artists and writers. Filled with bars and restaurants, tourist-packed Fado houses, it’s great for nightlife.
Time has stood still here, washing hangs out to dry from balconies, caged birds are brought outside for some air, and in the evenings the strains of Fado waft out from cafés. The maze of medieval alleys and streets are carved into the hillside.
These delicious custard tarts have been made here by hand since 1837 using an ancient recipe from the Jerónimos Monastery. These are the original Pastéis de nata.
This music is melancholic and the essence of Portugal. Fado means fate, and its songs tell of heartbreak and longing.
A great Portuguese chef with several restaurants in Lisbon and Porto, our favs are Barrio do Avillez, Mini Bar and Michelin star Belcanto.
Climb the hill or take tram 28 to visit this castle on top of the tallest of Lisbon’s seven hills for spectacular views over the city. The oldest parts date back to the 6th century and inside the walls are promenades, gardens, houses and a church.
Under the River Tagus Bridge, these old barns once used for boating equipment have been converted into magnificent restaurants and bars.
There are many amazing viewpoints in the city, Miradouro de Graça has views over the city and the castle, is an open-air café, and a favourite with locals especially late afternoon.
Pena Palace, the unique fairy-tale Romanticist castle in the Sintra Mountains is a must visit. You will visit Pena Palace, have some free time to explore the town of Sintra and its National Palace. Return to Lisbon along the picturesque Estoril Coast stopping at Roca Cape, the westernmost point of continental Europe, and Cascais.
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