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Santa Luzia Belvedere
Miradouro de Santa Luzia - Views of the river and Alfama.
This attractive terrace offers views of the Alfama rooftops, the river Tagus, and the dome of the National Pantheon, all framed by grapevine-draped trellises.
Openwork Windows: the terrace Santa Luzia
This terrace not only offers a perfect view of the Tagus River and the Alfama, but it is also a small park where you can sit and relax under the pergola of bougainvillea (Bougainvillea), which flowers are intensely pink in the summer. The terrace is a favourite place of street musicians, who often come here to play some romantic sounds of Fado.
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Saint Anthony Church: Saint Anthony's birthplace
Here, you will find great examples of Portuguese tiles- Azulejos. On an outside wall of the church you will see two tile panels, one of Comercio Square before the earthquake, and another showing Christians conquering St. George’s Castle in 1147.

The Café on the terrace is a great place to grab a drink before climbing to the castle located nearby.


address: Largo de Santa Luzia
Tram: 12,28
Bus: 437
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Alfama is the oldest and one of the most amazing district of Lisbon. It is located on one of seven hills of Lisbon, right below the St. George’s Castle. It could be best described as a village within a city made up of narrow streets, tiny squares, churches and whitewashed houses with wrought-iron balconies adorned with pots of flowers and drying laundry.
Just a few steps away from Miradouro de Santa Luzia, a balcony opens onto the river offering truly spectacular views over Alfama. The view from this miradouro is considered to be one of the most memorable in the city. It is a "must see" in Lisbon.
Another beautiful viewpoint over magical Lisbon.
Romanesque cathedral, which history reaches back to XII century when Lisbon was conquered by Afonso Henriquez from Moors and the country-Portugal- was established. This Cathedral is among the most important Portuguese religious buildings.
Santo Antonio (better known as Saint Anthony of Padua), revered as a matchmaker, protector of young brides, and patron of the lost and found, was actually born in Lisbon, on the site of this church.
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