Explore the city
|This romantic garden is the center of a square surrounded by elegant buildings. It's an urban refuge with a gigantic parasol-like cedar tree. Every Saturday it's also home to a farmers' market for fans of organic fruits and vegetables, while every last Saturday and Monday of each month there's a market of crafts and antiques. Underneath it all is a stone reservoir from the 1800s that's part of the city's Water Museum and often rented for private events.||Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcantara is a garden with a panoramic view across the city to St. George’s Castle and central Lisbon. A map made of tiles marks all the distinctive buildings, and the lower geometric garden contains busts of heroes and gods from Greco-Roman mythology, such as Minerva and Ulysses.|
A funicular that has been taking passengers up and down the hill between the centre of the city (Restauradores Square) and Bairro Alto since 1885.
An enchanting garden to escape the bustle of the city, surrounded by subtropical vegetation. It was considered one of the best botanical gardens in Europe when it was laid out in the 19th century, and its large collection of subtropical vegetation remains impressive today.
|Bairro Alto is one of Lisbon’s nightlife highs. In addition to all its entertainment, the neighbourhood mixes the original ambience of a typical place with the pace and energy created by the bars and restaurants with all their variety of styles and influences.||Chiado is nowadays a noble shopping area with all sorts of facilities and street entertainment. Here one can find theatres, bookshops, museums, restaurant, and famous Portuguese fashion houses.|
|Rossio is one of the most beautiful squares in Lisbon. Embracing the statue of D. Pedro IV and fountains, it hosts the D. Maria National Theatre and the famous Café Nicola founded in 1929.||An 18th century building where you can sample more than 300 different Ports, including some of the rarer vintages that date as far as 1937. You can order by the glass or bottle, and can drink at the bar or in comfortable armchairs in the sitting room.|
|Synonymous with elegance, fashion and motion, Liberdade Avenue is one of the most important avenues of Lisbon, with theatres, esplanades, and international brands like Armani, Burberry or Louis Vuitton.|