Lisbon Routes


Lisbon is a city of emotions, with many stories to tell. Discover the unique and unforgettable experiences that await you in this place full of contrasts, pleasures and filled up with human warmth. We have created a set of routes that will allow you to discover the most memorable points of the city, its personality and its twenty centuries of history. Get ready and make the most of your stay in Lisbon.


Discover the charms and elegance of Lisbon in the very heart of the city. This area, which was rebuilt in the wake of the 1755 earthquake, features sweeping squares and avenues, pedestrian streets embroidered with traditional Portuguese paving stones, cafés, restaurants, outdoor eating areas, shops, and street artists.

In what is one of the city’s busiest areas, you’ll also find historical buildings, monuments, museums and viewpoints with fabulous views over the city and Tagus River.

Figueira Square – Pedro IV Square (Rossio) – Rossio Railway Station – Glória Funicular – São Pedro de Alcântara garden and viewpoint– Carmo Convent – São Roque Museum – Rua Garrett – Santa Justa Lift – Rua Augusta – Rua Augusta Arch – Commerce Square – Liberty Avenue – Marquês de Pombal Square – Eduardo VII Park.


A popular, multicultural, historic city that dates back to medieval times. Discover the history and unique traditions of the city of Lisbon as you walk the steep, narrow, cobbled streets to the tune of Fado and the chords of the Portuguese guitar.

Savour splendid views from various viewpoints, and be sure to visit monuments such as the Cathedral, Saint George’s Castle, and the São Vicente de Fora Monastery.

Saint George’s Castle – Graça Viewpoint – São Vicente de Fora Monastery – National Pantheon – Fado Museum – Santa Luzia Viewpoint – Lisbon Cathedral


Known for its wide range of nightlife – restaurants, bars, and outdoor eating areas overlooking the city – Bairro Alto is packed full of contrasts.

The picturesque atmosphere of the houses and streets stands in stark contrast with a wide range of alternative art, design, decoration, music, and vintage clothing shops, hairdressers, and tattoo artists, in an unusual mix that forms a unique atmosphere.

Santa Justa Lift – Carmo Square – Rua Garrett – Luís de Camões Square – Bica Funicular – Santa Catarina Viewpoint


A brand-new district has sprung up on Lisbon’s eastern edge, having been rehabilitated for Expo ’98 – the Lisbon World Exposition on the Oceans. The contemporary, bright architecture of large buildings is tempered by gardens and a scattering of green spaces that invite visitors to take a walk by the river.

Parque das Nações is also a hotbed for rich, varied cultural and educational establishments, the most notable of which include the Oceanarium, Museum of Knowledge, Meo Arena, Lisbon Casino, and the Camões Theatre.

Oriente Train Station – Vasco Da Gama Tower – Cable car – Vasco da Gama Shopping Centre – Lisbon Casino – Oceanarium


Marking the point from which Portuguese sailors set off on a journey of discovery in search of new worlds is a neighbourhood filled with history and heritage, the most notable of which include the Jerónimos Monastery and Belém Tower – elaborate monuments classified as UNESCO cultural heritage.

However, Belém has so much more to offer, from the renovated Coach Museum, which features a one-of-a-kind exhibition, to the extraordinary contemporary art collection at the Berardo Collection Museum in Belém’s Cultural Centre, and even the brand new MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, providing the city with a new viewpoint over the Tagus. A route best fuelled by a Pastel de Belém – an irresistible sweet treat that can be eaten in one of the many gardens or down by the river.

Belém Tower – Monument to the Discoveries – Belém Cultural Centre – Jerónimos Monastery – Pastéis de Belém – National Coach Museum


The Pombaline centre of Lisbon is the city’s traditional shopping area par excellence. Lining the city streets alongside some of the most prestigious international brands lie centuries-old, classic, and avant-garde shops selling authentic, surprising items.

Browsing the shelves in this area, you’re sure to find traditional, handmade, gourmet products, innovative brands boasting new designs, and creative items inspired by Portuguese culture and history. Souvenirs that encompass all the charm the city has to offer and help keep its memory strong in the years to come.