Get ready for breath-taking sights as you go through the most beautiful miradouros in Lisbon, always ready to welcome and astonish you.
Starting in Parque Eduardo VII, you will visit the belvederes of S. Pedro de Alcântara, Santa Catarina, Santa Luzia and Nossa Senhora do Monte, not forgetting Praça do Comércio.
The geometric garden of Parque Eduardo VII is the starting point for this tour, for those who don’t have much time but want to see what’s essential in Lisbon. From the top of the park you can admire the beauty of the construction ordered by Marquis de Pombal after the 1755 earthquake, following the views down Avenida da Liberdade towards the river in the distance.
This is one of the most attractive miradouros, with a pleasant garden and the castle standing on the opposite side. It is especially beautiful at night when the city is lit up below.
This terrace miradouro offers views of the port and 25 de Abril Bridge, along with a pleasant cafe. It’s a popular hangout for the city’s young bohemian crowd.
Praça do Comércio (Commerce Square), also known as Terreiro do Paço (Square of the Royal Palace) because it was the location of the Royal Ribeira Palace up to the earthquake of 1755, is now a days very similar to one of the major European squares, filled with esplanades, but maintaining its peculiar charm. On the river bank, this square has always been the core of trading activities, lodging in its surrounding buildings, still today, a high number of ministries and public services connected to customs.
This attractive terrace surrounded by buganvileas offers views of the Alfama rooftops and the immense Tagus river ahead. Just next door the Santa Luzia Church, belonging to the Order of Malta, shows well preserved 17th and 18th century tiles.
One of the least know and most beautiful viewpoints in the capital. Surrounded by ancient trees and round-shaped, this miradouro shows an encompassing view of the city that you can check on the tiles panel available.