Alfama - Lisbon’s ancient Moorish quarter has narrow winding streets and is a fascinating insight into the city’s history.
St George’s Castle - Built on Lisbon's highest point, this castle was taken from the Moors by Afonso Henriquez in 1147. With its ten towers the castle has panoramic views over the city.
Tower of Belem -This beautiful example of Manueline architecture with its white latticework and open balconies was opened in 1521. It was part of a series of forts built to protect the river although it now stands on dry ground.
Rossio – The Rossio is Lisbon’s main square and was the centre of the re-design of Lisbon after a crippling earthquake in 1755.
Mosteiro dos Jeronimos - When the explorer Vasco da Gama returned to Belém, this grand monastery was built to thank the Virgin Mary for his safe passage home.