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What to see in Lisbon

What to see in Lisbon

Lisbon - a city that is definitely worth attention.

Once it was the capital of a great naval power, but now it is a very quiet town with a unique atmosphere.

Even if you stay here only two or three days, you can see a lot.

instructions

1

Tram number 28
Probably the best place to start exploring the city, take a ride on the famous yellow tram in its historical part. Take the tram in the square Martin Moniz.

2

St. George's Castle
Located castle on a hill and can be seen from virtually anywhere in the city.

3

Commerce Square
This is the main area of ​​the city, overlooking the waterfront.

4

Sightseeing area of ​​Santa Justa
Located on one of the pedestrian streets of the Baixa. It can be reached by elevator and see the magnificent panorama of the city.

5

Statue of Christ
It is a miniature copy of the statue in Rio de Janeiro. Well visible from the waterfront, but you can look at it up close, he moved across the bridge.

6

Neighborhood Belen
The old district of the city, located in adistance from the center. Driving directions from the center by tram №18. At Belen better allocate half a day or even a whole day, because there are a lot of interesting things. First of all, it is a huge and very beautiful monastery, as well as a monument to the Discoveries, Tower, Park.

7

Be sure to go to the old pastry shop "Pashto de Belem" to try Pashto - traditional Portuguese dessert.

8

25 de Abril Bridge
This famous bridge is one of the longest in Europe, and is built in the image of a bridge in San Francisco.

9

The old parts of the city: Baixa, Anjos, Bairro Alto
Be sure to set aside time for a stroll through the old districts, with views of the Tagus River, go through the incredibly narrow streets.

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