Lisbon, the westernmost capital of Europe, is Portugal's largest city and has a population of around 550,000 Lisboners. Lisboa, from its Portuguese name, has become a must-see destination for those who enjoy long walks in the city or running in the heights.
A city known for its pleasant way of life, its lively streets, its museums but above all its tramway, an authentic way to visit the city and its tourist attractions.
The 5 must-see locations to discover in Lisbon:
The district of Belem
Far from the historic centre, Belem is nowadays the most visited district in Lisbon. The Belem district concentrates a large number of cultural, historical and political monuments.
The watchtowers of Lisbon
Nicknamed the city of seven hills, the capital offers many belvederes and panoramas called "miradouros". Among Lisbon's main viewpoints are the Portas Do Sol Belvedere, the Santa Luzia Belvedere and the Sao Pedro De Alcantara Belvedere.
Le quartier d’Alfama
Ce quartier en pente qui va de l’estuaire du Tage au Castela de Sao Jorge, renferme certains des bâtiments historiques les plus importants de la capitale parmi lesquels la Cathédrale de Sé, le Castelo de Sao Jorge, le Panteao Nacional ou l’Igerga de Santo Antonio. Ce quartier est sans aucun doute le quatier le plus typique de Lisbonne, avec ses petites ruelles, ses cafés et ses boutiques artisanales.
A former industry converted into a cultural link, LX Factory now has a large number of galleries, bookshops, cafés, restaurants and shops. The walls have been invested by several artists who have given a second life with their murals.
Sé Cathedral is the oldest roman style church in Lisbon. It is located in the Alfama district, one of the oldest districts of Lisbon.
The Running application allows you to discover Lisbon in a different way by running (or walking) through more than 20 routes. Our three must-see routes :
From Bairro Alto to Alfama (9,6 km)
The city of a thousand colours (5,8km)
Belem #1 (6,2km)