Explore trendy Santa Catarina: its sunsets, bars, university life and more!
Head to sights like Pharmacy Museum and Cardaes Convent as you discover Santa Catarina—a quiet area also known for its bars.
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This medieval fortress offers insight into Lisbon’s long history as well as stunning views of the city and river below.
Enjoy an underwater adventure at one of the world’s largest and most diverse aquariums right on Lisbon’s beautiful waterfront.
See the people-packed central square whose swirling wave-patterned cobbles are thought to have inspired copycat pavements across the rest of Portugal and beyond.
Belém Tower is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located on the northern bank of the Tagus River in the Belém district of Lisbon.
See where monks once worshipped at this beautifully decorated monastery and where Lisbon’s famous custard-filled pastry is said to have been invented.
Lisbon Cathedral, also known as ‘Sé of Lisbon’ or ‘Santa Maria Church’ is one of the most important historic buildings in Lisbon. It’s located in the old city centre, on the top of a narrow cobblestone street, in the charming Largo da Sé. The architecture consists of a mixture of different styles - Medieval, Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque - as a result of successive restorations from the 12th to the 18th Century.
Take in the colorful streets of Lisbon's thriving art scene, an open-air gallery for today's most innovative urban artists. Study works from graffiti to sophisticated murals as you get a feel for the locals, or alfacinhas (little lettuces) as they are lovingly called.
Dive into Lisbon's greener side on this private walking tour through the city's hidden gardens and stunning parks. Snap photos of ivy-covered statues, look for burbling fountains, and learn about the history and heritage of each spot you visit, from its architectural style to its cultural influence.
The storied history of Lisbon comes to life on this guided walking tour through the streets of the Portuguese capital. With a private guide, set out to explore the monuments to the past, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and ancient treasures that dot this breathtaking coastal metropolis.
Look beyond the land of the living on a walk among the tombs and mausoleums of Lisbon's cemeteries. This tour gives you a unique sense of the art and monuments that illustrate the city's centuries of history and culture, all as you hear stories about its most famous people.
Gain fascinating insights into Portugal's wine industry on a tour designed specially for those who love wine and history. Stroll the grounds of an exquisite vineyard in the north of Lisbon and taste a variety of wines at a family-run estate.
Go for a stroll along the gorgeous beaches that line Portugal's Atlantic coast, where sand dunes and rocky cliffs lie adjacent to the shore. While visiting 3 different beaches, experience the unspoiled beauty found here and check out the local villages.
Travellers come to Bairro Alto for its lively bars, and you can see top attractions like Camoes Square and Santa Catarina Viewpoint while you're in town.
The great bars and beautiful river views are just a few popular features of the neighbourhood. Make a stop by Mercado da Ribeira or Parliament (Sao Bento Palace) while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Cais do Sodre Metro Station to get around town.
If you're spending time in São Paulo, you might enjoy attractions like Mercado da Ribeira and Santa Catarina Viewpoint. You might also enjoy the neighbourhood's great bars before hopping on the metro at Cais do Sodre Metro Station to see more of the city.
Gardens and cafes are highlights of Principe Real. Make a stop by Botanical Garden or National Museum of Natural History while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Rato Station to get around town.
Baixa is a sophisticated district of downtown Lisbon. It has picturesque squares, pedestrianised streets and avenues lined with elegant shops, cafés and theatres.
Santos is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Lisbon, covering the Alcantra, Lapa and Madragoa areas. It’s known for possessing the perfect blend of old-world charm and contemporary flair.