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What To Do In Lisbon?

Lisbon is an exciting travel destination for a weekend escape. The city is multicultural, with friendly natives and tons of attractions. Lisbon is one of the most underrated cities in Europe, and few tourists have confirmed its wonders. If it is your first time and you’re wondering what to do, this article will help. To visit all these great attractions, stay a week, and you won’t regret it.

  1. St. George’s Castle

Above Lisbon stood this majestic monumental tourist attraction that will blow your mind away. It is a piece of Lisbon’s history, a reminder of the fall of the Romans to the Visigoths. Inside this magnificent masterpiece is a heavily fortified battlement, with medieval royal chambers and coastal views. In case this is expensive, you can check out other attractions on this list like the Tower of Belem.

  • Tower of Belem

The Torre de Belem is the iconic building of Lisbon, and also one of the oldest monuments. Since this destination is regarded as the icon of Lisbon, it has since become one of the top attractions for tourists, which means you need to be ready for the long queues. The real beauty of this destination is the ornate exterior, which is impressive when seen from the landside or via a boat tour. To many, the real attraction is the exterior stone carving. Do not leave Lisbon without a visit to this great attraction.

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  • Saint Jeronimos Monastery

This attraction is among the best in terms of tourism, situated in the Belem district of western Lisbon. This religious building often gets tied with the early sailors whose history recognized as explorers. To tourists, it is one of the most beautiful churches in Portugal, and a must-visit to many. It is always open except on Sundays. The entrance fee is €10.00, while it is free for children under 14. It is an incredible place you will enjoy visiting.

  • Padrão dos Descobrimentos

Another monumental building you need to visit is the Padrão dos Descobrimentos. It is situated on the banks of Tejo Estuary and has stood for many centuries. When you look from the eastern side of this monument, you will see the status of Portugal’s great explorers. On the western side, you will find the key supported who pioneered the 15th century “Age of Discovery.” There are three core aspects of this magnificent building, to many visitors: the much-photographed exterior, the exhibition room, and the viewing platforms.

  • Ride tram 28

If you’re looking for a mode of transport to travel around the city, the number 28 tram would be ideal. It is an integral part of the Lisbon transport network, which runs through famous tourist districts of Graca, Alfama, Baixa, and Estrela.

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There are lots of things to do while in Lisbon. Your focus should be to immerse yourself in the culture and great wonder of this region. The prices are reasonable, and you don’ need to break the bank.