Viewpoints Lisbon. List of the best viewing points in Lisbon

Lisbon Viewpoints

Lisbon Viewpoints

Mirador - so called viewing platformsLisbon - offer travelers with a height of see the São Bento Palace and Ajuda, aqueduct Aguas Librish (famous for more than 30 arches, the height of the "stalwart" reaches 60 meters; the entrance - about 3 euros), Praca do Comercio Square and other objects.

Mirador Santa Catarina

This platform for the review allows tourists to admire the port and the bridge on 25 April. Also worth a visit the cafe on the terrace and take a picture next to the monument of Adamastor.

How to get there? First you need to get to the metro station Baixa-Chiado, and then walk.

Mirador Santa Luzia

The observation deck offers admire from the height of Alfama district, the Tagus river, the church of Santa Engracia.

Address: Rua do Limoeiro (tour fit tram number 28).

Mirador of San Pedro de Alcantara

Come to one of the best lookouts you canusing the services of the lift Gloria - hence worth to admire the Cathedral, Liberty Avenue, fortified walls of St. George Castle, a small segment of the Tagus River. It is worth noting that there is a park that will delight the presence of lakes and sculptures of heroes from ancient mythology.

Address: Rua de Sao Pedro de Alcantara.

Graca Miradouro

The observation deck offers a view of the centralof the Portuguese capital and can admire the castle of St. George. And you can eat if you want to cafe tables which are set in the shade of trees.

How to get there? Before stopping Graca runs the tram number 28.

Miradouro Senhora do Monte

This platform for the review offers to see almost the entire city - the area of ​​Martim Moniz, districts Bairro Alto and Baixa. Important: here it is not difficult to walk away from Miradouro da Graca.

Statue of Christ

For tourists interested in its panoramic platform (the cost of the elevator lift - 5 euros), where they are given the opportunity to see the Tagus Bridge April 25 Lisbon and other beauty.

How to get there? By bus number 101; by ferry to Cacilhas from Cais do Sodre, then - on foot or by bus.

Estrela Basilica

Spectacular views of the Portuguese capitalwill offer visitors to admire, up to the dome of the Basilica (lifting costs - € 5). It is worth noting that the basilica of "shelter" in its territory the tomb of Queen Mary I and a Christmas nativity scene (includes more than 500 pieces).

Address: Praca da Estrela (go here trams number 25 and 28).

Triumphal Arch

Arch is decorated with statues of important figures fromPortuguese history, and is of interest to travelers the opportunity to climb to the top to see Lisbon, at a glance, such as the Baixa (the ticket will cost 2.5 euros).

Address: Praca do Comercio (be able to get on the tram number 15 or from the subway station Terreiro do Paco).

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