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Reviewed June 14, 2017

When you get off of Tram 12 or 28 for the Castelo, this is what you will see. It is beautiful enough to make you almost forget going to the castle, but head up the hill and get there. You will have time to gaze out here after your way down from your castle visit. It's a lively place as are most of the Miradouros in Lisbon.

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Reviewed June 5, 2017

While we were walking around, we stopped here. It is a great viewpoint of the city. You can take some beautiful photos. However, there can be a big crowd mid-day and afternoon. Worth the stop though

Thank Alison D
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Reviewed June 1, 2017

When coming down from Saint George Castle, this is a nice place to stop, take a deep breath and nice coffee. The view of the river and of the rooftops is relaxing, particularly in a sunny day.

Thank Romanita I
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Reviewed June 1, 2017

The Miradouro de Santa Luzia is named for the small church of Santa Luzia that overlooks the belvedere. The east wall of the Santa Luzia church, facing the terrace, is decorated with historic panels made of blue colored azulejos. One panel shows the Terreiro do Paço (Palace Square, now the Praça do Comércio) before the earthquake of 1755. The other panel shows crusaders besieging the Castelo de São Jorge during the reconquest of Lisbon in 1147. From the miradouro you have a beautiful view over the old Alfama district and the river Tagus.

Thank leffex
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Reviewed May 31, 2017

We stopped here to take a look and take some pictures while walking down the hill from Castelo de Sao Jorge. There are a couple cafes here and a few across the street. The view from here is amazing, looking down over Lisbon's beautiful red rooftops

Thank Rob M
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