Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is built on several hills, which explains its many sloping streets.
Augusta pedestrian street in the centre of the city.
The place of commerce in the center of the city. This is the starting point for the various tourist tram lines.
The Santa Justa elevator, from which you will find a unique view of the city.
A tram in a picturesque Lisbon street.
Eduardo VII Park.
The Belém Tower was previously located in the middle of the river and was used by the military to guard the entrance to the Tagus.
The Arena of Campo Pequeno is used for bullfighting.
The Monastery of Jeronimos is now home to the Marine Museum and the Museum of Architecture.
Ceramics like this show the Moory influence on Lisbon’s architecture.