Lisbon is located on seven hills (just like Rome) - that´s why there are so many steps, pointviews and steep streets
Rating by DRV on 12. October 2015
Rating by Iris F on 26. September 2015
To go to the first Miradouro, you need to take the famous tram 28. Lots of Portuguese consider the best view over Lisbon from Miradouro Nª Sra Monte and a little lower we´ll have another superb view from Miradouro da Graça.
Walking down the neighbourhood, we reach the Sta Luzia´s belvedere laying on the top of the oldest quarter of Lisbon - Alfama. Here we are back in the past in a kind of Medina with old buildings, wrought iron balconies, narrow streets, steps, blind alleys. One last photo stop at the terrace of S. Estevão Church.
Going along the river Tagus, we leave Lisbon from the Middle Age and a couple of minutes later we are in down town in a totally different structure and atmosphere from the 18th century.
We can end our tour taking a fresh drink in one of the brand new restaurants and bars in the beautiful Commerce Square.
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