Miradouro de Santa Luzia, Lisbon

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#6 of 66 in Historic Sites in Lisbon
Historic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Perched atop a hill overlooking the city, Miradouro de Santa Luzia gives you a view over much of Lisbon's medieval quarter, the Tagus River, and the nearby ocean. Climb to the terrace viewpoint and its basilica, and you'll find that you have a new perspective on the red rooftops of the Alfama neighborhood, as well as the city's spires that dot the landscape. Stop by the on-site church, which boasts a series of scenes and artwork constructed from blue tiles. Afterward, you can kick back with a drink at the terrace's cafe. Plan to see Miradouro de Santa Luzia and other attractions that appeal to you using our Lisbon vacation website.
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  • We quickly learnt that in Lisbon anything with the word ‘miradouro’ in the name was worth going to. It roughly translates as ‘viewpoint’. This large, open terrace is next to the more famous Miradouro....  more »
  • This Miradouro or viewpoint is on the Tram 28 line. It is an outstanding viewpoint into Alfama. From here you will see the bright red-roofed, tile paneled white houses and their courtyards. The...  more »

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