Best Things To Do in Stirling, Must Visit Places

Lisbon, Europe’s Western Capital

Lisbon is on 7 hills offering large slopes and viewpoints to see the city's beautiful landscapes. You can find funiculars and elevators to go from the lowest to the highest areas quickly.

Lisbon’s Alfama Quarter

On Tuesday or Saturday, you will find the Feira da Ladra, a flea market with a lot of charm. Meanwhile, Alfama has many monuments, buildings, and places of interest. You can also go for dinner at a restaurant and watch a show.

The National Pantheon of Lisbon

This building is officially a pantheon, and in it have been buried Portuguese figures such as Amália Rodrigues or the presidents of Portugal. 

The Lisbon Cathedral: La Sé 

Romanesque-style Lisbon Cathedral has survived earthquakes and other disasters. It now houses the remains of Saint Vincent, the city's patron saint.

Commerce Square (Praça do Comercio)

Praça do Comércio is one of the symbols of the city of Lisbon. After the earthquake, it was rebuilt in the shape of the equestrian statue of Jose I, who was the ruling king when the earthquake occurred.

Rossio Square

Rossio Square is the second most important square in Lisbon. This is where the important announcements of the city were announced, the essential ceremonies were held, and even executions. This is also the site where the inquisition took place.

Santa Justa Elevetor

You can find the elevator on the corner of Rua do Ouro and Rua de Santa Justa. The elevator, 45 meters high, was built to connect the Baixa (The lower part of Lisbon) with the Chiado neighborhood.

Jeronimos’ Monastery

The Monastery of the Jeronimos of Lisbon was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983. It was the residence of the monks of the Order of St. Jerome.

The Tower of Belem

The Belem Tower is also a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It was built in the sixteenth century as a fortress to protect the entrance to the port and, therefore, with defensive intentions.