1. One of the city’s most famous icons. From Graça to Prazeres, the “Amarelo da Carris” crosses Lisboa’s narrow streets in a journey through the hills, sounding a bell that always reminds us of old times.
2. Here, Lisboa spreads itself wonderfully at your feet. This is probably the most beautiful viewpoint in the whole city.
3. Short distance from the Castle, it offers pleasant esplanades and an enviable view over Alfama and the Tagus river.
4. São Jorge’s Castle dominates a hill surrounded by some of the most traditional quarters in Lisboa. Alfama, Mouraria, Castelo and Graça gave rise to the town and they still keeping today, their very typical and traditional features.
5. Walk calmly through the streets designed by the famous Marquis of Pombal and have fun admiring the local commerce and the street artists’ work.
6. It’s in the traditional quarters of Alfama and Mouraria that you will find the best places to hear Fado, Lisboa’s typical song.