An example of Moorish architecture standing on the highest hill of Portugal.
Built in 1519, this tower is one of the most prominent landmarks of Lisbon.
Santa Justa Elevator is the only vertical public lift of Lisbon and is 45 meters high.
Rossio Square has been a popular meeting place since the Middle Ages no matter the purpose.
Located in the Belém district and designed in Portuguese late-Gothic style, this spectacular religious complex was associated with early…
Rua Augusta is a bustling pedestrian avenue located in the heart of Lisbon.
Completed in the 15th century, this large convent with an ornate interior is a burial site of several members of the Portuguese royal…
Overlooking the Tagus River, this memorial is a tribute to Portuguese discoverers.
The palace was built in the 18th century in what is now a historical part of Lisbon.
One of the earliest Jesuit churches in the world. Even though the exterior of this church is quite simple, its interior is elaborately…
Located in the Restauradores neighbourhood, this street is the main thoroughfare of the city.
A tranquil place with over 500 different species of tropical plants from various continents.
Bairro Alto, formed towards the end of 15th century is a central district of Lisbon.
Time Out Market Lisboa is a food hall located in the Mercado da Ribeira at Cais do Sodre in Lisbon, Portugal.
You can encounter more than 15,000 marine animals in this large aquarium - including sharks, sea birds, jellyfish and others.
Praça dos Restauradores celebrates the restoration of the independence of Portugal in 1640.
This park, named after Edward VII of the United Kingdom, is home to a large greenhouse, Estufa Fria.
Parque das Nações is one of Lisbon's newest districts and an attractive place to spend your free time.
Commissioned by Queen Maria I of Portugal and built in 1790, this large basilica is an interesting mix of Baroque and Neoclassical…
Opened in 1998, this structure is the tallest building in Lisbon with a height of 145 m.
National Tile Museum presents the history of craft-making of decorative ceramic tiles, azulejos, popular in Spain and Portugal.