Points of view in Lisbon . If something is missing in the capital Portugal are views, and the best ones are free ! The best known views of Lisbon are from the Mirador de San Pedro de Alcantara, but you have many more to visit. Lisbon is a city of hills, so we have it easy.
Free viewpoints of Lisbon
Mirador de San Pedro de Alcantara is one of the most visited city is located on the grounds of San Pedro de Alcantara in the Barrio Alto. You can reach the Elevador da Glória.
The view from here includes the Castillo de San Jorge, Sé Cathedral and the historic center of Lisbon.
Mirador de Santa Lucía . Next to the church of the same name, in the Alfama
The panorama includes the right dome of Santa Engracia and left towers Church of San Miguel and San Esteban. You can see the front of the Tagus River.
On one side of the church you can see a tiled wall with the image of the Commerce Square before the earthquake 1755.
Mirador 'Grace’ . Next to the convent of Our Lady of Grace, near the Castle of San Jorge
The coffee on the terrace can be a good place to watch the sun sunset, It is relatively cheap.
The official name is Sophia de Mello Breyner view Andresen, in honor of the poet. You can see the Castle of St. George and Santa Justa Elevator, among others. (Similar to 'Mirador da Senhora do Monte “It is near).
Mirador de Santa Catalina: You can come here with the Elevador da Bica. The panorama includes the Tagus estuary, the neighborhoods of San Paulo and Lapa, Cristo Rey and Puente 25 of April. There are usually street performers or guitars and during evening concerts summer. Here is a giant statue of the mythological sea Northwind .
Mirador da Senhora do Monte This view is one of the highest points of the city and the views are the best. It's hard to get, but the climb is worth it. You see: the Castillo de San Jorge, el Convento do Carmo, the lift of Santa Justa, the Baixa district or the avenue Marques de Pombal. It can be reached by tram 28, but then you go up
. Address: Mount Lady Street, from 50 to 1170, Lisbon. (As Mirador 'Grace’ is near)
Mirador das Portas do Sol : Located in Alfama, near the Church of St. Lucia. The tram 28 stops right outside. (Like the viewpoint of Santa Lucia, as it is almost next).
Mirador del Parque Eduardo VII : From the top of Parque Eduardo VII (al lado Marques de Pombal) They have great views of the park and see the bottom of the Tajo. The Parque Eduardo VII is named after the visit to Lisbon 1902.
From the terrace of Pollux Mall: this is actually a site free only they have to pay if you want to eat something (coffee are just € 0.75 !!). It is on the ninth floor of commercial Pollux in the center of Lisbon . Relax with a drink on the terrace overlooking Lisbon priceless. A Low Cost essential if you are traveling to Lisbon!
Alternative Views of Lisbon (payment):
From the Santa Justa Elevator you have to pay to get into the elevator, in high season, be prepared to queue
Mirador Arc of Augusta Street Opened in 2013 and although it is not free nor is too expensive. You have a good view of the Commerce Square, Lisbon Cathedral, Rua Augusta and the Castillo de San Jorge. Address: 2-10 1100-148 Rua Augusta, Lisbon
Mirador del Castillo Lisbon good views of the city from here, but you'll miss seeing one of the icons of the city, the same castle
From the National Pantheon : if you're lucky, can enter for free the first Sunday of each month admission is free! From the terrace you can see the Pantheon City, but the views are to the river and the waterfront area. What's more visit inside the Pantheon inpresiona not aware of the views of the city.
There are also excellent views, if you decide to make Ferry ride across the Tagus River from Cais do Sodre to Cacilhas district. The price? only ferry ticket (1,25 € with zapping rate), very cheap!
From them My views Lisbon 5 favorite They are as follows in this infographic: