What to visit in Lisbon
What to visit in Lisbon
Historic cities, impressive coastlines, there are several paradises to visit around Lisbon.

Besides being the Portuguese capital, Lisbon is also an excellent visiting card for Portugal, serving as a gateway for those who want to discover the country. Known for its light, movement, multiculturalism and sun, Lisbon is a city in constant evolution, with a remarkable gastronomy and identity that make it a must-stop for any lover of tourism and new destinations. We have compiled the best tips on what to visit in Lisbon.

Due to its privileged location, there are several unmissable destinations to visit outside of Lisbon, in its surroundings, less than an hour by car. We list some that are really worth a visit:

With a cuisine rich in fresh fish and known for being the land of fried cuttlefish, Setúbal mixes the green and surprising landscapes of da Arrábida Mountains with the sea and the crystal clear waters of its beaches. Sado River Estuary Nature Reserve is one of its visiting cards and makes the city an essential point of visit.

Templar city par excellence, it is located in the heart of Ribatejo. History is lived here, from one of the oldest synagogues in the country to the Convent of Christ, considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Manueline-style Cabildo window also stands out, as well as the green views, where the calm of the Nabão River rises through the town. Nearby, the Castelo do Bode dam and the banks of the Zêzere River are popular for lovers of sailing and water sports, in addition to the multitude of river beaches, ideal for a Sunday picnic.

An enchanted land, where palaces and towns are part of an imaginary taken from a dream. Sintra mixes the rich past of history, punctuated in Portuguese literature, with the present that deserves to be appreciated. Just a few minutes from Lisbon, get ready to enter a city where the cultural heritage and collective memory of the Portuguese is around every corner.

The first surf reserve in Europe, full of waves loved by fans of this sport. Its cliffs and views that invite reflection are worthy of being captured both in photographs and in memory. From the sea come fresh fish dishes with good amounts of iodine, beneficial for health.

It is the westernmost point of continental Europe and has views that do not fit in a wide angle. Windy, of course, but with proper care it is a must for all those who love nature and who are ready to let themselves be carried away by the infinity of the sea and the green cliffs. A true paradise integrated into the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, with trails along the coast.

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