O Tour «Old Lisbon» begins in the heart of the city, that is, in its oldest district and one of the most picturesque:
Alfama, known for its restaurants and fado houses, and the Cathedral, National Pantheon and S. Castle
Jorge. Then you can go down to the elegant wheezing and the lively commercial downtown in the Electric 28.
After enjoying this area, go up to the bohemian Bairro Alto, through Glory Elevator, known for its narrow, cobbled streets and the nightlife is also very picturesque. Being here so close, be sure to visit the Prince Real, a charming and increasingly cosmopolitan neighborhood.
As dessert it will go towards Belém, a neighborhood from which, in the 15th century, the Portuguese navigators set out in search of the New World.
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (1502) - UNESCO 1983 - Commemorates the Portuguese discoveries, constituting a symbol
of the nation.
Standard of the Discoveries (1960) - before entering take advantage to walk on the world in your planisphere and thus
follow the paths taken by Portuguese navigators. Climb to the top and enjoy the view on the banks of the Tagus River.
Pastéis de Belém (1837), to taste the palate of the old Portuguese sweets. To not lose!
Torre de Belém (1515) - UNESCO 1983 - One of the ex-libris of the city.
Help Palace (1761) - Only Palace visited in Lisbon that remains faithful to the time.