Discover Lisbon

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Take a ride on one of the symbols of Lisbon and get ready for an amazing journey.

Praça do Comércio

Here you’ll find some of Lisbon’s most historic structures. Call into Café Martinho da Arcada – Lisbon’s oldest café and one-time haunt of writers Fernando Pessoa, Almeida Garrett and Eça de Queirós – on the north side of the square.


The city’s Chiado district makes for a chic mix of small boutiques, larger chain stores, luxury brands like Hermès and quirky restaurants. Once the centre of intellectual life in Lisbon, you’ll still come across a number of theatres and museums in the area.

Praça do Rossio

Rossio Square is Lisbon’s liveliest square. Stop by Pastelaria Suíça – a shop where you can try Ginjinha, a cherry-flavoured Portuguese spirit.

Belém Tower

Built in 1515 as a monument to Portugal’s Age of Discovery, the Tower was the starting point of many of the great Portuguese explorations in the 16th century.

Parque das Nações

A leisure, commercial, and residential area since the 1998 World Exposition it covers an extensive area in northeastern Lisbon next to the Tagus estuary.