Lisbon is the Portuguese capital, a unique city that doesn’t lack charms. With immense stories, treasures, traditions and magnificent landscapes. During your stay you can’t miss visiting some of the beautiful places of this beautiful city.
Former Bullring converted into an entertainment area and shopping center.
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
It contains a museum that houses the collection of its founder, modern and contemporary art collection; an orchestra and a choir; an archive library; a scientific research center and a garden, wich a central area of the city of Lisbon, with educational activities.
El Corte Inglés
Shopping (subway – blue or red line: São Sebastião station)
S. Pedro IV Square
Known as Rossio is a downtown square of Lisbon, wich houses several monuments (subway – blue line: direction Sta Apolónia/Rossio Station).
Statue of D. Pedro IV, first emperor of independent Brazil, two twin fountains and the typical Portuguese sidewalk.
Built in Manueline style, the Lisbon Central Station is an interface of the Sintra Line.
One of the most emblematic and traditional districts of the city of Lisbon. It is located between Bairro Alto and the Baixa Pombalina (subway – blue line: direction Sta Apolónia/Baixa-Chiado Station).
Praça do Comércio
Formerly Terreiro do Paço, it is a square of the Baixa de Lisboa, located next to the Tagus river, is one of Europe’s largest squares, with around 36000m2 (180m x 200m). (subway – blue line: direction Sta Apolónia/Terreiro do Paço Station).
Arco da Rua Augusta
The belvedere at its top offers a panoramic view over the city of Lisbon, the Terreiro do Paço, an equestrian statue of D. José I, the Baixa Pombalina, the Cathedral, the Castelo de S. Jorge and the Tagus River.