View the landmarks of the city’s cultural history
Lisbon’s sunny weather, monumental castles and golden beaches makes this city a hot tourist attraction every year.
You may want to prepare some comfy walking shoes for this trip, because the best attractions will require you to walk up a few hills.
The Castelo de S Jorge
Even if you’re in Lisbon only for the beaches and nightlife, this castle is a historical landmark which you simply can’t miss. It was rediscovered in an excavation in the early 20th
century. Built in the 11th
century, the stronghold served both royal and military purposes throughout the centuries.
National Coach Museum
View a collection of old and grandiose ceremonial carriages used by the Royal families.
Flea market in Alfama
This market is full of vintage clothing, toys and other artifacts, many of which are from the 80’s.
Praça do Comércio
The main square is where you will find a wide range of fantastic restaurants coupled with a lively, buzzing atmosphere.