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The central location of all our establishments will allow you to walk to any point in the city.

Lisbon has a wide variety of architectural styles, which will not leave you indifferent. Even so, you will see history and tradition continuously reflected in each of its corners with its abundance of baroque, neoclassical, medieval and gothic buildings.

Two of Lisbon's great monuments have been declared World Heritage Sites, the Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery.

Another of Lisbon's highlights is its famous and delicious gastronomy. Some of the essential dishes are cod and its hundreds of ways of preparing it, or feijoadas, rice dishes and, of course, the famous Belém cake.

Don't hesitate to come and visit Lisbon. Don't hesitate to come and visit Lisbon!
Torre de Belem
Lisbon's Belem Tower is undoubtedly one of the main icons of the city. Declared a National Monument and World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it is the identifying symbol of the city of Lisbon. The tower is located at the mouth of the Tagus River and served to defend the city.
Trade Square
The Praça do Comércio is made up of a group of buildings. Historically this was the place where merchant ships arrived, and the square was the gateway to Lisbon. Lisbon's imposing Praça do Comércio is one of the city's focal points and is the heart and soul of the city and a must-see during a trip to Lisbon.
Santa Justa Elevator
Going up the Santa Justa elevator is an experience not to be missed. At 45 metres high, the elevator connects Baixa with the Chiado district. Since its creation, it has been one of the most visited viewpoints as it offers magnificent views. The price of the elevator is €5.30 return with access to the viewpoint.