Lisboa - City Tour
Come see the main sights of Lisbon, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Duration: The time is all yours!
Duration: The time is all yours!
2 People - 160.00 €
3 People - 165.00 €
4 People - 170.00 €
5 People - 175.00 €
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The Belém Tower is one of the most significant monuments of the city of Lisbon.
The monument stands out for implicit nationalism, having been classified as World Heritage by UNESCO since 1983, was elected as one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal on July 7, 2007.
The Monument of the Discoveries was inaugurated in 1960 in the context of the commemoration of the five hundredth anniversary of the death of Infante D. Henrique, the Navigator. The monument was erected to honor those involved in the process of the Portuguese Discoveries.
The Jeronimos Monastery is a monastery Manuelino, monumental testimony to the wealth of the Portuguese Discoveries. Is the highest point of Manuelina architecture and the most notable monastic ensemble of XVI century in Portugal and one of the main-hall churches of Europe. The monument is considered World Heritage by UNESCO, and on July 7, 2007 he was elected as one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal.
The Custard tarts are one of the most popular specialties of Portuguese sweets. Although you can enjoy custard tarts in many cafes and bakeries, the original recipe is an exclusive secret of Factory Pastel de Belém in Lisbon. There, traditionally, Belém pastries are eaten still warm, dusted with cinnamon and powdered sugar. The Pastel de Belém was elected in 2011 one of the 7 Wonders of Gastronomy in Portugal.
This was always the noble entrance to Lisbon and the marble steps of the Pier Columns, coming from the river, landed heads of state and other prominent figures (as Elizabeth II or Gungunhana).
Passengers can go up or down by Santa Justa Elevator, within two elegant wooden booths with brass fittings. The structure, in neo-Gothic style was built at the turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century with the project engineer Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, which also took responsibility for others in similar projects in the country.
The Lisbon Cathedral, or Church of Santa Maria Maior, is the seat of the Archdiocese of Lisbon. Its construction began in the second half of the twelfth century, after the capture of the city from the Moors by D. Afonso Henriques, and presents itself today as a mixture of architectural styles. It is classified as a National Monument since 1910.
The Castle of São Jorge, the current name is derived from the castle devotion to S. Jorge, patron saint of knights and crusades, made by order of King João I in the fourteenth century.
The Gazebo Our Lady of Mount develops in front of the Chapel of Our Lady of Mount. From it can be seen to the south, the Sea of Straw, the Castle of São Jorge, part of downtown Lisbon and the Tejo river estuary, to the west, the Bairro Alto to the Parque Florestal de Monsanto, and north the valley of Almirante Reis Avenue.
Church of Santa Engracia, still incomplete, acquires the status of a National Monument in 1910 and then as National Pantheon. Considered the first monument in Baroque style in the country, is crowned by a giant dome and the interior is paved with various colored marble.
The Parque das Nações, formerly known as EXPO '98, World Expo 1998, or, officially, the International Exhibition of Lisbon 1998, whose theme was "The Oceans: A Heritage for the Future", was held in Lisbon, from May 22 to September 30, 1998.