Come with us on a wonderful adventure, discovering Lisbon accompanied by the best local Tourist guides.
We will show you and tell you the history of Lisbon and the Portuguese discoveries, in a mixture of local sensations and flavors:
Our hot spot in Lisbon:
Senhora do Monte Stop to view the views
Eduardo VII park Stop to view the views
Stop in Praça dos Restauradores (and Parking the car)
The square is characterized by the high obelisk, 30 meters high, called Monument to the Restorers and inaugurated on April 28, 1886, which commemorates the liberation of the country from the Spanish dominion in 1 of December 1640
Estação do Rossio
Built in Manuelina style, and under the risk of the architect José Luís Monteiro, the building has been classified as a public interest property since 1971, and is also part of a joint protection zone for classified properties on Avenida da Liberdade and surrounding area.
Praça Dom Pedro IV
This low zone of the city, was called Valverde, due to a tributary of the river Tagus. Always a wide space where fairs and markets were held. Still in the Middle Ages it began to be surrounded by buildings of various nature. In the XV century.
Rua Augusta is a famous street in downtown Lisbon, in Portugal, which starts at the famous triumphal arch and connects Praça do Comércio to Praça do Rossio. He honors the Augusta figure of King D. José I.
It has high concentration of commerce, since the whole street is flanked by several stores, many of them of great international brands. It has been closed to traffic since the late 1980s and is often occupied by street artists, craftsmen and street vendors.
Arco da Rua Augusta Its construction was programmed in 1759, in the framework of the Pombaline reconstruction after the destruction of downtown lisboeta by the earthquake of 1755..
Praça do Comercio Praça do Comércio, better known as Terreiro do Paço, is a square in Baixa de Lisboa, located next to the river Tagus, in the area that was the site of the palace of the kings of Portugal for about two centuries and is now partially occupied by some Government departments. It is one of the largest squares in Europe, with about 36,000 m² (180m x 200m).Already considered the center of the Government of the Country.In 1511, King D. Manuel I transferred his residence from the Castle of St. George to this place by the river.
Igreja de São Domingos Located right in the center of the beautiful city of Lisbon, next to Rossio Square, the Church of St. Domingos dates from the 13th century, being famous for housing inside the handkerchief of Lúcia and the third of the little shepherdess Jacinta, used by them when There was the miracle of the sun on May 13, 1917.