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Attractions

Attractions

Some of Lisbon’s most popular attractions are not included in the habitual compilations of the top 10 tourist spots.
Despite the region having plenty to offer that goes beyond what you will find just in the city, the city itself creates unforgettable moments in unexpected places.
The romance of catching tram 28 and getting a glimpse of the inside of the houses that decorate the climb up to Graça. The unique feeling of arriving at Cascais by train, having travelled along the coast right beside the mouth of the Tagus. The tranquility of the zoo. These are just some of the experiences that can make your stay absolutely unforgettable.
Discover the most original suggestions here for great activity-packed days in Lisbon


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Learn more about this art form that you can step on in Lisbon. Let your feet walk on – and your eyes savour – the unique patterns that can be found in the city.


Cape Roca
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The point where the land ends and the sea begins. Immortalised in the famous words of Portugal’s greatest poet, Luís Vaz de Camões, Cape Roca impresses all who visit.


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PASSION, CHALLENGE, ADVENTURE and EMOTION are just some of the feelings that the Whale Cave Adventure Park brings to its customers, with the maximum safety and comfort.


Elevador Da Bica
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Take one of the most iconic trips in Lisbon on a tram that climbs a few hundred inspiring and very photogenic metres up a steep slope with the Tagus in the background.


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Saves your legs on the ascent, but this funicular will leave you breathless anyway. It’s the best way to climb from Baixa to Bairro Alto and arrive without needing to rest.