In Lisbon, city of the seven hills, what is not lacking are places for those who like viewpoints and panoramic views. Each of these sites provides a different perspective, so do not give up on the climbs after the first lookout! We especially recommend the belvederes of Nossa Senhora do Monte. If, on the other hand, you are looking for a unique dining experience, enjoy the view while you enjoy a wine or dinner, try one of these terraces overlooking the city!Belém is a district of Lisbon dedicated to the time of the Discoveries. Here you can visit the Jerónimos Monastery or the Torre de Belém, monuments of the 16th century that did not fall during the Lisbon earthquake, and which were built in Manueline style, an architectural style invented by the Portuguese King Manuel I, so unique in the world.The experience you will never forget.