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Capital of Portugal since 1255, Lisbon was once considered the jewel of the Atlantic by the Roman emperor Augustus, having been conquered in the Middle Ages by the legions of North Africa. Later, under Portuguese rule, it became considered the most important port in the world, as the departure point for the Portuguese caravels that led, more than 500 years ago, the golden age of discoveries.

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Between 8 and 9:30 am
Between 1 and 2:30 pm

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Any location in Lisbon


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Senhora do Monte Viewpoint

A refuge with panoramic views.

Discover the serenity and beauty of Miradouro da Senhora do Monte, a magical place in Lisbon.

Indulge in stunning views of the city, including São Jorge Castle, the Tagus River and the 25 de Abril Bridge.

Relax in the peaceful atmosphere and enjoy the company of the Capela da Senhora do Monte.

Perfect and simple to contemplate the beauty of Lisbon.

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Commerce Square (Terreiro do Paço)

Praça do Comércio, one of the most emblematic places in Lisbon. Located on the banks of the Tagus River, this monumental square was known as Terreiro do Paço until the 1755 earthquake, which devastated the city.

Rebuilt in the 18th century by the Marquês de Pombal, Praça do Comércio boasts majestic architecture, with symmetrical buildings and imposing arches. In the center, the equestrian statue of D. José I, the king who promoted the reconstruction of Lisbon after the earthquake, stands out.

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Jerónimos Monastery

The Jerónimos Monastery, also known as the Monastery of Santa Maria de Belém, is one of the most emblematic monuments in Portugal, built at the end of the 15th century by King D. Manuel I and was handed over to the Order of Saint Jerónimo.

The Jerónimos Monastery is considered a masterpiece of Manueline architecture, characterized by its exuberant and complex ornamentation, inspired by elements of nature and maritime culture. Among its highlights, we can mention its imposing facade, the cloister, the church and the tomb of Vasco da Gama. Its construction lasted for around a hundred years

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Belém Tower

A Monumental Symbol of Portuguese History

Rising majestically on the banks of the Tagus River in Lisbon, the Belém Tower is one of the most emblematic monuments in Portugal. Built at the beginning of the 16th century, during the era of Portuguese Discoveries, the tower represents the military strength and wealth of the kingdom during that glorious period, presenting a unique structure, combining medieval and Renaissance elements. The tower's quadrangular base is topped by five floors, each with a specific purpose. The hexagonal bulwark that surrounds it, innovative for the time, allowed for more effective defense against enemy ships.

Monument classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 and is one of the most visited monuments in Portugal. Its architectural beauty, historical symbolism and stunning views over the Tagus River attract visitors from all over the world.

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Monument of discoveries

An imposing monument that celebrates the Era of Portuguese Navigation, erected in 1960, the monument evokes the grandeur of the time in which Portugal expanded its maritime horizons and influenced the course of history, takes the form of a caravel, points to the Tagus River, symbolizing the departure of Portuguese navigators in search of new worlds.


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