Some of the Places you will meet on this tour
Parque Eduardo VII - It owes its name to the visit of King Edward VII of England to reaffirm the Anglo Portuguese alliance.
Marquês de Pombal - Statue of the Marquis of Pombal, the man who rebuilt Lisbon after the 1755 Earthquake, we can see Marquis with one hand on a Lion (Symbol of Power, Strength and Determination) looking at his Masterpiece which is the Baixa de Lisboa from there to be called Baixa Pombalina.
Av. da Liberdade - Not infrequently called Campos Elísios de Lisboa, given some similarities with the Champs Elysées in Paris, where the great international fashion brands are located.
Baixa Pombalina 434/5000
(which owes its name to the reconstruction carried out by the Marquis of Pombal after the terrible earthquake that struck Lisbon in 1755) - Praça dos Restauradores, Rossio, Santa Justa Elevator, Rua Augusta, the central axis of Baixa Pombalina with shops where you can buy souvenirs, and the streets parallel to this one that have the names of the trades practiced there (Rua da Prata, Rua dos Fanqueiros, Rua dos Sapateiros, Rua dos Douradores,…)
Praça do Comércio 604/5000
- Formerly called Terreiro do Paço, it was the site of the Palace of the Kings, now occupied by ministries and other government departments. One of the largest squares in Europe 36,000 m2 (180 × 200), in which you can see the Arco da Rua Augusta with the statues of Vasco da Gama and Marquês de Pombal, statues of D. José I, King of Portugal during the 1755 Earthquake , who had the Marquis of Pombal as his Minister, the horse's leg is raised because he was wounded in combat. We have the Cais das Colunas is known as the entrance to Lisbon since it was the entrance of people who came from the Ships.
Alfama - Where fado was born and is still heard around every corner - Museu do Fado where visitors are invited to learn about the history of fado from its origins in the 19th century to the present day.
Miradouros - Portas do Sol; Nossa Senhora do Monte and S Pedro de Alcântara places where we will be blessed by breathtaking views over this beautiful city of Lisbon.
Miradouro das Portas do Sol - In the center, facing the Museum of Decorative Arts, is a statue of São Vicente (the patron saint of Lisbon), with the symbols of the city - a boat with two crows.
Castelo de São Jorge - Conquered from the Moors by the first king of Portugal D. Afonso Henriques.
Belém - Jerónimos Monastery the Manueline relic, Torre de belém, Monument to the Discoveries, monument to Gago Coutinho and Sacadura Cabral the first to cross the South Atlantic by plane, Museu da Electricidade, MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology and the factory of the famous pastéis de Belém where you can not fail to try this world famous Portuguese cake.