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Castelo de Sao Jorge ( St. George’s Castle ), ( Walk up the hill from Alfama or take bus 737 ), ? +351 218 800 620 , . Mar-Oct daily 09:00-21:00 & Nov-Feb daily 09:00-18:00 . Located up the hill, with a great view over the city and the river. If you have the energy, get there by walking from downtown, going through the fantastic old neighbourhood of Alfama. The ticket office is way before the entrance (where the line is), make sure you buy the ticket first, or you’ll be turned back when you eventually reach the entrance. €7 with student discount available . ( 38.713889 , -9.133611 ) edit Museu do Teatro Romano ( Roman Theater Museum ), . Along the way from downtown to St. George’s Castle. edit Ponte 25 de Abril . This sister bridge of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge was designed by the same architect in 1966 to connect Lisbon with the Setubal peninsula across the Tagus (Tejo) River. Formerly known as the Salazar Bridge, it was renamed after the Carnation Revolution, which on April 25, 1974 ended the dictatorship! edit Ponte Vasco da Gama . It is the longest bridge in Europe (including viaducts), and ninth longest in the world, with a total length of 17.2 km (10.7 mi), including 0.829 km (0.5 mi) for the main bridge, 11.5 km (7.1 mi) in viaducts, and 4.8 km (3.0 mi) in dedicated access roads. edit Aqueduto das Aguas Livres . This is a historic aqueduct in the city of Lisbon, Portugal. It is one of the most remarkable examples of 18th-century Portuguese engineering, including the largest stone arch in the world. The main course of the aqueduct covers 18 km, but the whole network of canals extends through nearly 58 km. The Mae d’Agua (Mother of the Water) reservoir of the Amoreiras, the largest of the water reservoirs, was finished in 1834. This reservoir, with a capacity of 5,500 m? of water, was designed by Carlos Mardel. It is now deactivated and can be visited as part of the Museu da Agua (Water Museum). edit.
Rossio . Rossio is the main square in Lisbon, the equivalent of Madrid’s Puerta del Sol, Tokyo’s Shibuya or London’s Trafalgar Square, which is a common meeting place for locals. This is a must visit for all visitors to Lisbon to experience city life. edit Principe Real . The trendy district with all the fancy shops is just a 5 minutes walk from Bairro Alto edit Chiado , . Take a stroll along the historical streets of this elegant shopping district, stopping for a cup of coffee with the statue of Fernando Pessoa, Portugal’s great Modernist poet. Head uphill to Bairro Alto, for stunning views of the city and some wild partying in Lisbon’s most popular nightclub district. edit.
Downtown (Baixa) . This part of the city was completely rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake by the Marques de Pombal. The planned layout, greatly different from what you will see in the more ancient neighborhoods, is a testimony to the ideas of the Enlightenment. edit Alfama . This neighborhood still bears signs of the Moorish presence in the city, with the buildings very close to each other, and very irregular streets. It’s very atmospheric and a great spot in which to wander around. edit Praca do Comercio , ( Take the metro to Terreiro do Paco Station ), . This magnificent plaza, facing the river, is the beginning of Lisboa’s downtown. It is also known as ‘Terreiro do Paco’, meaning ‘Grounds of the Palace’, relating to its function before the Great Earthquake of 1755. edit.
This monument-packed neighbourhood is a must-see place.
Take bus 28 to the west (Restelo direction), which follows the coast line and provides an express service with few stops. Train Cascais suburban train (line “Cascais todos” or “Oeiras”; the express trains don’t stop in Belem) to Belem and walk to the attractions. Tram 15 to the west (Alges direction), which follows the Junqueira residencial line. Check the route map inside the tram: it helps to find a right station for most famous of Belem attractions. The extensive bus network also serves Belem from various departure points around the city and can be less busy than the tram. The main monuments are well separated from each other and there is a road/rail highway between them that can only be crossed at a couple of places. In addition it is mostly open and unshaded, so be prepared for a lot of walking in the hot sun.
The neighbourhood features:
Belem Tower ( Torre de Belem ). Open 10AM-5:30PM in winter, 10AM-6:30PM in summer (with the last entry allowed 30 minutes before closure). A ticket package for both the Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery is offered for €12. Be aware that access to the top of the tower, and intermediate floors, is via a very narrow, steep spiral staircase. This is used in both directions and is potentially unsafe (also females may be groped in the crush). Entry fee for the tower only is €5 . edit.
Jeronimos Monastery , Praca do Imperio, 1400-206 Lisboa , ? 21 362 00 34 , . Open 10AM-5:30PM in winter, 10AM-6PM in summer . Try to avoid the morning rush of tour parties (with pushy tour guides) as admission is slow and you could queue for a while. Free entry to the church, €10 for the rest of the monastery . edit Monument to the Discoveries ( Padrao dos Descobrimentos ). There is a well-concealed pedestrian subway in line between the Monastery and the Monument. Entry fee €4 . edit CCB ( Belem Cultural Center ), . Open Tu-Su . The modern CCB holds a permanent contemporary art exhibition, from the Berardo Collection – it features works from Picasso, Dali, Duchamp, Magritte, Andy Warhol, among others. edit Coach Museum ( Museu dos Coches ), . Housed in the former riding school of the palace, don’t miss the world’s largest collection of coaches and royal vehicles edit Statue to Afonso de Albuquerque . In front of the former Royal Palace of Belem, now the Presidential Palace, there is a massive statue looking out to sea, representing Afonso de Albuquerque, second ruler of Portuguese India in the early 16th century. edit.
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