Lisbon observation decks. List of the best viewpoints in Lisbon

Lisbon viewpoints

Lisbon viewpoints

Miradoru - the so-called Lisbon observation decks - offer travelers from a height to see the palaces of São Bento and Ajuda, the Aguas Librish aqueduct (famous for more than 30 arches, and the height of the “tall” reaches 60 m; entrance - about 3 euros), Praca do Comercio square and other objects.

Mirador Santa Catarina

This viewpoint allows tourists to admire the port and the Bridge on April 25th. In addition, it is worth visiting the cafe on the terrace and taking a photo next to the Adamastor monument..

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

Mirador Santa Luzia

The observation deck invites you to admire from a height the Alfama area, the Tagus River, the Church of Santa Engracia.

Address: Rua do Limoeiro (tram number 28 is suitable for tourists).

Mirador San Pedro de Alcantara

You can arrive at one of the best observation platforms using the services of the Gloria ski lift - from here you should admire the Cathedral, Liberty Avenue, the fortress walls of the Castle of St. George, a small section of the Tagus River. It is worth noting that there is a park here that will delight you with the presence of a lake and sculptures of heroes from ancient mythology..

Address: Rua de Sao Pedro de Alcantara.

Mirador Graca

The observation deck offers views of the central part of the Portuguese capital and allows you to admire the Castle of St. George. And if you wish, you can have a snack in the cafe, the tables of which are set in the shade of trees..

How to get there? Tram number 28 runs to the Graca stop..

Miradoru Senhora do Monte

This viewing platform offers to see almost the entire city - Martim Moniz square, Bairro Alto and Baixa districts. Important: it is not difficult to walk here from Miradouro da Graca.

Statue of christ

Tourists are interested in its panoramic platform (the cost of the lift is 5 euros), from where they will be given the opportunity to see the Tagus, the Bridge of April 25 and other Lisbon beauties.

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

Basilica da Estrela

Visitors will be offered to admire the delightful views of the Portuguese capital, going up to the dome of the basilica (the cost of the rise is 5 euros). It is worth noting that the basilica “sheltered” on its territory the tomb of Queen Mary I and a nativity scene (includes more than 500 figures).

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

Triumphal Arch

The arch is decorated with statues of significant figures from Portuguese history, and for travelers it is of interest to climb to the top to see Lisbon at a glance, in particular the Baixa area (a ticket will cost 2.5 euros).

Address: Praca do Comercio (can be reached by tram number 15 or from the Terreiro do Paco metro station).


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