3 places to see in Lisbon

Lisbon is abundant in landscapes. Embracing the Tagus River, its seven hills combine to create a city of breathtaking panoramas.
At the top of the hills, the pedestrian squares offer an admirable view of the city, where there are viewpoints.
The Belvedere of Santa Luzia, the highest of all, is one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the city, with a superb view of the typical neighborhood of Alfama and the river Tagus. We can watch the sunset over the river and contemplate the effect created in the roof-topped scenery of the city's oldest neighborhood. In the detailed tiles of this viewpoint are represented the Commerce Square before the earthquake of 1755 and also the Christian attack to the Castle of St. Jorge.

An architectural treasure, the Jerónimos Monastery represents one of the best examples of the Manueline style.
As one of the main tourist attractions in Lisbon, classified by UNESCO as World Heritage, the monument dazzles anyone with the richness of the Crown and the creative capacity of D. Manuel I together with the architect Diogo de Boitaca.
It is an admirable example of religious architecture throughout the world.

One of the most recent noble zones of Lisbon, Parque das Nações has many attractions. Seen as a success case in industrial revitalization and well located by the river, formerly occupied by 'Expo 98', the heritage leaves us a space full of remarkable locations.
The Oceanarium is an example of an attraction that is worth visiting. It is the largest Oceanarium in Europe, with thousands of animals and plants of various species, its visitors count with emotions and sensations in a unique and fascinating exercise.
The Pavilion of Knowledge is a modern museum of science and technology with interactive exhibits.
In the existing architecture of Parque das Nações we can see the vaults of the platforms of the Gare do Oriente by the Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava and also the entrance of the Portuguese Pavilion, which presents an imposing prestressed concrete palette designed by the famous Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza Vieira who was inspired by a sheet of paper lying.
Green parks with public art are connecting the various existing buildings and nearby we can count on modern restaurants and bars by the river.
To complement the experience we can enjoy extraordinary views that the cable car can make it possible.



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