Miradouro de Santa Luzia
Discover an amazing viewing point that is a sight in itself. As popular for its view as it is for its unique decorative tiles, this is a place not to be missed.
This is undoubtedly one of Lisbon’s most beautiful miradouros. Factors which contribute to this are the trams which pass by and sound their bells, the magnificent decorative tiles, the garden and the pond. At the Miradouro de Santa Luzia, you can set your compass by the domes of the surrounding churches. Because you’ll need to get your bearings in the tangle of Alfama’s streets. Discover the dome of Santa Engrácia, the church of Santo Estevão and the two towers of the church of São Miguel. Enjoy the café and the kiosk to observe the panels by António Quaresma, which show what Praça do Comércio was like before the earthquake and the taking of the castle from the Moors. With the Tagus always In the background and a huge desire to keep on wandering.
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Largo da Portas do Sol e de Santa Luzia