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Lisbon, the city of light


From our hotel in central Lisbon you can easily get to Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest neighbourhood, known as the fishermen’s district. It stands out for its irregular layout full of narrow side streets and flights of steps. It is one of Lisbon’s most popular neighbourhoods for tourists to visit as you can still make out the lines of the old Moorish Kasbah in the layout of its streets. Alfama is also home to the bars and taverns with the most authentic fado music, as well as a large number of buildings and monuments that are must-sees during your stay in the city.

Praça Marquês de Pombal

Our hotel in central Lisbon is located just a few feet away from Praça Marquês de Pombal, one of the city’s most emblematic squares. It is surrounded by the corporate headquarters of large companies and by the Eduardo VII park, the largest in Lisbon. Avenida da Liberdade, a major thoroughfare, also ends in this famous square.

Praça do Comércio

Praça do Comercio is Lisbon’s most important square and a true symbol of the city. It was once home to the Royal Palace, before this was destroyed in the great earthquake of 1755. It is currently surrounded by a U-shaped series of buildings that overlook the Tagus River. Historically, the square was the main entryway into Lisbon.

Lisbon Cathedral

Popularly known as the Sé de Lisboa, this is the city’s oldest and most important church. Although it was restored several times after the city’s various natural catastrophes, Roman, Moorish and medieval remains can still be seen inside the building.

São Jorge Castle

Near to our hotel in central Lisbon , you will find São Jorge Castle. One of the city’s best-known buildings, it stands on top of São Jorge hill, from where you can enjoy fantastic views of the east side of the city.

The Jerónimos Monastery

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983, this monastery was built to celebrate the return of Vasco da Gama from India. Many visitors to Lisbon consider it to be the city’s most important tourist attraction.

Belém Tower

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983, this building located on the mouth of the Tagus River was initially built as part of the city’s defences, although it was later used as a customs centre and lighthouse.

Bairro Alto

From our hotel in central Lisbon you can easily reach the city’s Bairro Alto by tram or lift. The most picturesque of Lisbon’s neighbourhoods, it is known for its cobbled streets, crumbling facades and vibrant nightlife. Wander through its streets and discover the true Lisbon.

Santa Justa Lift

Also known as the Elevador do Carmo, this lift joins the neighbourhoods of Baixa Pombalina and Chiado. It rises over Rua de Santa Justa and joins this central thoroughfare with Praça do Carmo. This 45-meter high lift was designed by Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, who was also responsible for building Lisbon’s Lavra lift.​ EN