If you arrived by plane, you’re probably already seen one of the best views of Lisbon. But with your feet well planted on the ground, you can climb up to viewing points (miradouros) and terraces with amazing panoramic views. Known for its seven hills, which appear to have been designed to help get to know Lisbon better, there is always a spot where you can look down on people going about their lives. If you prefer walking up other types of steps in something classier than walking boots, never fear: you can also find here a guide to the best terraces and rooftops with restaurants and bars with incredible views of the city.
Glamour and class with a view of the streets of the city is what you’ll find on the terrace of this hotel. The bar and restaurant offer a different way of seeing the city.
The best 360º view over Lisbon. A breathtaking landscape from its hills, the houses, River Tagus and the main monuments, among other points of interest.
Climb up one of Lisbon’s iconic buildings for a unique view of the city. Open to the public since 9 August 2013, the Arch leaves Lisbon at your feet, literally.
The point where the land ends and the sea begins. Immortalised in the famous words of Portugal’s greatest poet, Luís Vaz de Camões, Cape Roca impresses all who visit.