Cristo Rei, the Christ Statue of Lisbon is one of the most famous landmarks of Lisbon. The monument is visible from most parts of the city. Cristo Rei was built by the Portuguese government as a symbol of gratitude for not having suffered from the damage caused by World War II.
The Belém Tower is known to be a one of the most recognisable monuments in Lisbon and UNESCO World Heritage site. The tower was born as a project by King João II to protect the city from possible invasions and attacks from the river Tagus.
Bairro Alto is a picturesque quarter in Lisbon. It is known to be a very quiet place during the day, but it transforms into one of the city most vibrant quarters. You will find a variety of international restaurants, a variety of shops and bars where you can find people from different backgrounds, ages, and lifestyles.
This monumental church is a baroque and neoclassical building that was built by order by Queen Maria I of Portugal as a celebration to the birth of the first son, José, Prince of Brazil. The interior of the church is covered in polychrome marbles and paintings by many notable artists.
Visit one of the most iconic religious buildings in Lisbon. The Cathedral is characterised by a Romanesque style, and it has become the greatest example of Portuguese fortification after being hit by many natural disasters, including the Great Earthquake of 1755.