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Offering a different view of Lisbon the garden is small and quiet and frequented by locals rather than tourists. If you take the stairs down from the park you will find the Banana Cafe with a lovely terrace and some of the best Sangria in...More
A little park with a observation deck that offers wonderful views of the old town. I visited it early in the morning(around 08:00).It was such a nice atmosphere! Quiet, only a few people, the sun gilding the buildings below, the birds singing. Peaceful!
This quiet spot provides a fine and quiet view of the city. You can reach it by ascending the Elevador Da Lavra and turning left and left again. There were few folk there on a friday afternoon and provided an opportunity to draw breath in...More
At the end of the day this was probably my favourite of the miradouros in Lisbon, though Jardim do Torel is not as advertised as one as Senhora do Monte or miradouro da Graca are. It's not as high up as the two other miradouros...More
I wouldn't come just for the garden but the views here are lovely. Similar to a lot of other view points near by so it's not a standout. I liked the walk up to here from Liberdade. We saw trams, street art and beautiful houses...More
A small park with a gigantic view over Lisbon!
Near the head quarter of Portugal prisional services, there is a hiden jewel.
Probably the backyard of the villa where is now the services mencioned above.
In the summer, the local authorities organize a city beach...More
Placed on the top of a central colin of the city, the belvedere is one of the Lisbon best kept secrets. It has a garden, "inside" views of the city and a café on the lower level.The street that leads to its entrance is very...More
I love finding places like this when exploring a city. Just noticing [from another reader's comments] there was an elevator but I walked up from Eduardo VII park. The tranquility was worth the burn walking up.
There is more to viewing Lisbon from the castle. This is a secluded spot where a nearby home with a lookout tower is a national historic site and was built by a cocoa trader in years gone by. Also nearby is Cave 23, a restaurant...More