An enlightened city, both by the light that never goes out as the millenary history. A city full of color, which is reflected both in the blue of the Tagus or as the sun reflects its true colors, a historical heritage, buildings, religious, military or natural, its uniqueness and architectural personality, makes Lisbon one the most beautiful capitals of the world.

A city that does not stop, a world full of life, activities and experiences, can even be said that Lisbon does not sleep. Walking through the long years of history, among monuments, unique neighborhoods and genuine, to futuristic neighborhoods or even the Tagus river passing through Bethlehem to the Park of Nations. In a world where the day is as active as the night, the light never goes out, appealing more and more to personal, food, unique and authentically pure experiences.

In this we highlight some points of interest!


Touristic Destinations

Liberdade Avenue

Erected between 1879 and 1882, this emblematic avenue inspired by the style of the Champs Elysees, one of the main avenues of Lisbon, housing hotels, shops, cafes and theaters, asserting itself as the main artery that it bloom majestic trees.



Down the street Augusta, you enter the more in the Lisbon area, both being a free trade area, restoration but also with street entertainment, going to the Chiado, the most trendy area of the capital, which has modern, full of life , world history and artists who demonstrate their world.



Historically, where they rose the caravels and the adventures of the Discoveries began exploring the New World. Currently housing a heritage that highlights the history, the Monastery of Jeronimos and Belem Tower were classified as Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Moving between the times of change, Bethlehem presents contemporary, modern and current with the Belém Cultural Centre and the new Museum of Carriages.


Bairro Alto, Cais do Sodré e Santos

Synonymous with fun, Bairro Alto and Bica are historical sites that appear quaint and parochial, housing alternative shops, art and others that create an atmosphere uniquely different. At night, the festivaleira soul arises between the bars and restaurants who allow themselves to be seduced by the views of the city and the Tagus river, down to the Cais do Sodre, with its Pink Street. Gaining more and more fans, Santos joins the party, with bars and clubs, making the city of Lisbon a real point of fun, conviviality and sharing moments and experiences.


Alfama, Castelo, Graça e Mouraria

Making the capital even more picturesque, typical, medieval and unique, these narrow and steep historical areas carry the fate of ancient times. At its top, the Castle of São Jorge, coming from the seventh century BC that offers a superb view of Lisbon. Walking down the streets, comes the melancholy singing and unique fado, Alfama marks its presence. Joining the epitome of multiculturalism, Mouraria allowed to mix by the people and traditions. Going up to the grace that is presented as a central point of viewpoints, which let go by the emblematic Tram 28, a former landmark of the capital.


Parque das Nações

Rising from the ashes, the area of the Park of Nations is the modern Lisbon, performing with contemporary architecture, dividing the space with green grass and trees and colorful buildings, contrasting with the blue of the Tagus. An area rich in cultural offerings and diversity of fun, with the Oceanarium, Knowledge Museum, MEO Arena and FIL.


Eixo Ribeirinho

Walking along the waterfront, from Bethlehem to the Ribeira das Naus, the Tagus river is left to follow, taking between Alcântara docks and Avenue July 24, infiltrating the city of Lisbon. More than an important element, the river Teja fills Lisbon with its freshness and light.