• Miradouro de Monte Agudo

    Praça Novas Nações 42, Lisbon, Portugal .

    Isolated viewpoint offering panoramic views of the city and a small bar selling drinks and coffee.


  • Jardim da Cerca da Graça

    Calçada do Monte 46, 1100-361 Lisboa, Portugal .

    Green space on a hill with views of the city, picnic areas, playground and kiosk cafe.

    From here you can go to Miradouro (pointview) da Graça or to Miradouro da Sra do Monte (pointview)

  • Famous tram 28

    Avenida Almirante Reis, Lisbon, Portugal .

    At the end of our street you have one of the stops of the famous tram 28.

    The number 28 Lisbon tram connects Martim Moniz with Campo Ourique, and passes through the popular tourist districts of Graca, Alfama, Baixa and Estrela. For visitors, this is the classic Lisbon tram journey, riding in a quaint yellow tram as it screeches and rattles through the narrow streets of the city.


    Ride the tram early (or late) in the day, to avoid the crowds.
    • Board at Martim Moniz (10 minute wlaking distance) as there is a better chance of getting a seat.
    • Always be wary of pickpockets.
    • Get the 24-hour public transport ticket from any metro station.
    • Ride the entire route as there is so much to see.

  • Castelo de São Jorge

    Castelo de S. Jorge, Rua de Santa Cruz do Castelo, 1100-129 Lisboa, Portugal .

    The Castelo de Sao Jorge stands majestically above Lisbon and is one of the finest tourist attractions in the city.
    The castle is entwined in Lisbon’s early history; it saw the fall of the Romans to the Visigoths, experienced the fierce conflicts between the Arabs and Christians, survived formidable sieges by the Castilians and witnessed the birth of Portugal as a seafaring nation.

    This varied and turbulent history is reflected throughout the castle. There are heavily fortified battlements, medieval royal quarters and seaward views, which inspired exploration within Portuguese kings.