The capital of Tejo

Lisboa is the town of the 7 hills, known for its light and enjoyable climate all year round.

Crossed by the Tage River, Portugal capital city has lots to offer. From Terreiro do Paco Parque Eduardo VII, you’ll witness the efforts led by the Marquess of Pombal to rebuild the city destroyed by an earthquake in 1755. Wide boulevards, pedestrian walks in Portuguese pebbles and gardens to adorn the streets will make you forget the racket of the capital city. Climb up to ones of the numerous panoramic points to see the town from up above. Visit the castle and the typical neighbourhoods: Marouraria, Barirro Alto, Alfama, Bica. Museums, strolls with a view on the Bridge fo April 25 and Cristo Rei, alive at night, everyone will find what they’re looking for.

In Lisboa:
you can’t miss the great Pastéis de Belém, one of the main symbols of the town, with the famous tower, one of the necessary stop for the Lisboa visitor. Take advantage of Belém surroundings, after having tasted its delicious pastry, stroll along the gardens, visit the monastery of Jeronimos and do not forget to step in the Monument of the Discoveries and of course, the Tower of Belém.