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This was the first of the three funiculars that I had on my itinerary. We had the Viagem card for all public transportation in Lisbon (except the train to Belem and Sintra) and it is worthwhile to get the card. The ride up and down...More
This is a short ride, but the longest compared to Bica and Justa lifts. We did not pay the 3.70 Euro each way as we had the 24-hr unlimited Carris transport costing only Euro 6.30, so we barely paid anything. The tram was full of...More
Walking up the hill would really be hard, but luckily you can scan your Viva Viagem card and only pay 1.45 euros if you have single tickets loaded. (Or use the all-day pass or whatever other deal you've chosen).
It's a really short ride but...More
We queued for this funicular tram to take us to the Bairro Alto part of the city. We were crammed in like sardines and it cost € 3.50 each for a 2 min journey. The tram carriage was covered in grafitti( intentionally I presume )...More
This is another overpriced "experience" for Lisbon tourist. It was very expensive for the 2.3 minutes up the hill. Thankfully it was not as packed as Tram 28 (AVOID THAT EXPERIENCE ALTOGETHER!), but it was still pretty packed with tourist. I would not recommend.
There was no queue, so we tried this lift. The hill is steep and half way up, there is organised graffiti some of which was quite good. You can use the metro card on here, or pay for the trip as you board.
no queue to ride, frequent service and fun. great view from viewing point near the top. Free if you have an all day travel card, definitely worth buying one of those which are available at all metro stations.
The traditionally trendy "Chiado" (literally, "squeak", the nickname of a 16th century poet) offers plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars where you can stop for a cafe or cocktail, after exploring its streets, shops, art galleries, theaters, museums and viewpoints. It's also the home to the statue of the famous statue of portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa, having is usual espresso at "A Brasileira" as he used
to. You can also enjoy breathtaking views of Lisbon from the Elevador de Santa Justa or the Carmo Convent, for example. A commercial neighborhood at its core, especially for its Garrett and Carmo streets, Chiado is to this day a mandatory visit in Lisbon.