Lisbon is the capital and largest Portuguese city that charms all who visit, appearing at the top of the list of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Situated on the banks of the Tagus River, it boasts over 20 centuries of history and unique natural light.

The beauty and architectural uniqueness of the Portuguese capital is acclaimed across borders. In Lisbon, the historical and the modern coexist at every corner, showing the coexistence of different cultures, trends, and lifestyles.

The city has developed among its seven hills: São Roque – which includes Bairro Alto and where we find the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint, São Jorge, the Castelo hill, which is the highest of all and where the oldest houses are, São Vicente – the hill of Alfama, the Convent of São Vicente de Fora and Campo de Santa Clara, where it is located. Every Tuesday and Saturday, Feira da Ladra, the largest flea market in the city, Santo André – in the Graça area and its viewpoints, Santa Catarina – between Largo de Camões and Calçada do Combro extends up to the Adamastor viewpoint, Chagas the most central of all the hills – from the Carmo Convent, entails Rossio, Chiado, and the hill of Sant`Ana, includes Campo Mártires da Pátria and Jardim do Torel.

Among museums, historical monuments, gardens and squares where you feel like staying, Lisbon is a city with a very pleasant climate and a gastronomy that needs no introduction.

Surrounding the city, just a few minutes by car, Lisbon has an extensive area of sandy beaches where you can practice watersports and enjoy the sun.

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