Lisbon is a city that, of course, is worth attention.
Once it was the capital of a great sea power, now it is a very calm city with a unique atmosphere.
Even if you stay here for only two or three days, you can see a lot.
Tram number 28
Probably it is best to start acquaintance with the city, having gone on the famous yellow tram in its historical part. Take the tram at the Martin Moniz Square.
The Castle of St. George
The castle is located on a hill and can be seen from almost anywhere in the city.
This is the main square of the city, overlooking the embankment.
Sightseeing Santa Justa
Located on one of the pedestrian streets of the Baixa district. You can climb the elevator and see the magnificent panorama of the city.
The Statue of Christ
It is a small copy of the statue in Rio de Janeiro. It is clearly visible from the embankment, but you can also look at it near by crossing the bridge.
The old district of the city, located in someDistance from the center. You can reach the center by tram number 18. It's better to allocate half a day to Belem, or even a whole day, because there is a lot of interesting. First of all, it is a huge and very beautiful monastery, as well as a monument to the discoverers, a tower, a park.
Be sure to go to the old pastry shop "Pasteşe de Belém" to try the pastesh, a traditional Portuguese dessert.
Bridge named after April 25
This famous bridge is one of the longest in Europe and built in the likeness of a bridge in San Francisco.
Old city districts: Baixa, Anhos, Barrio Alto
It is necessary to allocate time for walking along the old districts, to admire the view of the Tagus River, to walk through the incredibly narrow streets.