Due to its natural landscape with its “7 hills”, Lisbon is a rich city in terms of viewpoints, constantly allowing one to discover new ways of seeing the city.
Now available on our APP, the Viewpoints Route allows you to discover these sites in a dynamic and easy way.
Came and join us in this route through Lisbon’s Viewpoints.
Senhora do Monte
One of the highest viewing points in the city, Senhora do Monte (Our Lady of the Mount), with a small chapel behind the viewing point, offers a sight that includes the Castle, the Graça church and the Mouraria district.
With a view over Alfama, Downtown and Bairro Alto it is a viewpoint not to be missed. The light here is particularly warm in the late afternoon, encouraging you to relax.
One of the most famous, near the Largo das Portas do Sol, has every detail you could expect from a viewing point, including a pergola with tiled pillars, walls and benches that form a balcony for the best enjoyment of the view.
Augusta Street Arch Viewpoint
Opened in 2013, after seven months of renovations, this viewpoint offers one of the most unique panoramic views of Lisbon. The entrance is made through Augusta Street and the ticket, which costs 2, 5€, grants you access to the elevator that takes you to the upper level. There and after 30 steps you can visit the clock room and, finally, after another 40 steps the viewpoint.
Miradouro S. Pedro de Alcântara
This is one of Lisbon’s best known viewpoints. Located in Bairro Alto the view extends itself across Restauradores and Baixa and up to the Sé and the Castle.
It was designed by the architect Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, and has a cast iron structure, decorated with filigree. In 2002 it was classified as a National Monument.
Amoreiras 360° Panoramic View
On top of Amoreiras Shopping Center you can find th
e Amoreiras 360° Panoramic View, which offers an unbelievable view of the Portuguese capital.
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