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Lisbon in Photography
Walking through Alfama, Castelo, Graca and Mouraria neighbourhoods is like revisiting history of Lisbon. The Moorish style and medieval houses make Alfama very authentic and unique Lisbon’s living museum. The alleyways and winding lanes with people’s washing hanging out allow you to feel the real soul of the capital of Portugal.
The most fascinating experience is to loose yourself in the streets of Alfama. Apart from this, it is worthwhile to see the memorable view from one of many viewpoints: Nossa Senhora da Monte, Graca, Portas do Sol or Santa Luzia. You can easily reach them on the board of the most famous tram number 28. Also, in the oldest part of Lisbon, you will find many wonderful Fado houses. Lisbon offers the best mixture of history, leisure, cuisine, good selection of wines and liquors, excellent sweets, coffee and extremely friendly spirit of its residents.
Going to Lisbon and wondering when and for how long? Want to know how to make the most of your stay in Lisbon and get to know the true character of the city?
Lisbon has a rich accommodation base. While choosing a hotel in Lisbon, it is important to consider which part of the city you want to stay.
Special offer for everyone who like to visit unique places, test local specialties and learn how the real life looks like in Lisbon. We guarantee the best experience that Lisbon can offer to you.
Portugal in Focus
Open Air Photography in Portugal
Portugal offers beautiful scenery and an excellent lighting, what makes it an ideal location for an open air photo shoot. If you want to spend time in Portugal, in addition you are interested in photography and want to expand your passion it is a great idea to explore some of the most interesting places together with photographer - guide. Shooting in the most beautiful sceneries of Portugal is certainly unusual adventure and the effects surely will bring you a lot of satisfaction.

Wedding photography
For several years, we assist people who get married in Lisbon. We know all the corners of this extraordinary city and its charming surroundings. Fiancée or wedding photo session in Lisbon and the surrounding areas is an unforgettable experience, a memory of which will last for a lifetime. Grasp your happiness on the photographs taken in the most beautiful landscapes of Portugal.
Your photo session
Photo session during the tour? It’s a great idea! Original photos of the beautiful, natural sceneries will be a great memento of the holiday. Portugal with its great natural lighting is perfect for photo sessions: Individual sessions, fiancée, family sessions or sessions during the bachelorette party.
Exhibitions, concerts, joy of the crowd after winning the match, official ceremonies and events in Portugal. Colorful and original local festas- traditional festivals or religious celebrations, colorful processions and countless music festivals, dinning and movies. Our photo reports show what people of Portugal are really like. .

Welcome to the Lisbon Guide - an illustrated online guide with original photographs, presenting the most interesting places in Lisbon. Visit our Facebook page and see what life is like on the western edge of Europe. If you are going to Portugal, join us, and make the most of your stay in Lisbon. We also encourage you to visit Lisbon in the company of a private guide.
Lisbon TOP Sights and Attractions
Visiting Alfama is to visit the architecture, the sounds and the smells of old Lisbon. This is one of the most typical quarters of Lisbon. On its narrow and winding streets you’ll find the hidden treasure of Alfama and on its steep stairs you will be able to breathe the soul of Lisbon..
This tram is the most sought by Lisbon’s visitors, since it combines the strong feeling of Lisbon’s urban life and reach itinerary through the city’s history.
In 1907 it was declared a National Monument and in 1984 it was classified “Cultural Heritage of all Humanity”. UNESCO says: "Standing at the entrance to Lisbon harbour, the Monastery of the Hieronymites - construction of which began in 1502 - exemplifies Portuguese art at its best."
It is a monument to Portugal’s Age of Discovery, often serving as a symbol of the country, and UNESCO has listed it as a World Heritage monument.
From the coral reefs of the Indic to the frozen waters of the South Pole, here you will find all of the world’s seas. Lisbon’s Oceanarium is one of the world’s largest aquariums.
Once the royal town of the country, it now deservedly holds UNESCO world heritage status and attracts hordes of visitors throughout the year. Sintra has unusual geography: hills, forests, ocean, and its subsequent climate. Monuments and nature get together in one of the most perfect combinations.
Cabo da Roca is a cape which forms the westernmost point of both mainland Europe and mainland Portugal. The cape is in the Portuguese municipality of Sintra, west of Lisbon district, and also forms the westernmost extent of the Serra de Sintra.
Lisbon Poll
Where you will Book a Hotel in Lisbon?
in luxury Hotel
in low cost Hotel
in Pensao
in private Apartment
friend's House
I'm not comming to Lisbon
Results of the past poll:
What is the most interesting to see in Lisbon area?
Never been there, do not know - 195 votes (32 %)
Alfama - 113 votes (19 %)
Sintra - 103 votes (17 %)
Hieronymite Monastery - 76 votes (13 %)
Oceanarium - 59 votes (10 %)
Cascais - 41 votes (7 %)
Lisbon Travel Review
"We enjoyed Lisbon VERY much, and our tour with Michal was the most fun we have had in years. I think that for some of us it was quite an accomplishment to walk so far, to laugh so much, to learn so much, and to sample so many types of drink!!!"
Touristic Map of Lisbon
Lisbon in Photography
Free Ride
Tower of Belém
Cable Car
Hieronymite Monastery
President Palace
Augusta Street
Openwork Windows
25 of April Bridge
Oceanarium Building
Commerce Square
Bridge Vasco Da Gama
Tower of Belém
Vasco da Gama Shopping Mall
Oceanarium Building
Hieronymite Monastery
Lisbon Oriente
Commerce Square
Pastéis de Belém
Monument to the Discoveries
Site Map
MINI Dictionary
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