On our way to “Castelo de São Jorge” (Saint George or Sao Jorge Castle), we try an award-winning custard tart at Pastelaria de Santo Antonio. So delicious! 😋 The castle is also known as Lisbon castle. As it’s located at the highest point of the hill, we then start walking downhill and stopping at amazing viewpoints.
At Miradouro da Graça (Graça viewpoint) we also see Graça church and the convent. 10 min away, and with a totally different view, the Miradouros of Santa Luzia and das Portas do Sol (Santa Luzia viewpoint and Portas do Sol viewpoint).
Then we arrive at the most charming part of Alfama, the oldest and most traditional neighborhood in Lisbon, Portugal. After getting lost in the tiny streets, we try ginjinha (or ginja), a locally produced cherry liquor. Finally, and already downhill, Saint Anthony church. Inside the church, you can see the room where Saint Anthony was born in 1195.
When you visit Portugal, don’t miss this itinerary. Certainly some of the best attractions in Lisbon!
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🚩 This trip to Lisbon was before the pandemic.
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Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal, with about 3 million people living in the metropolitan area. The city is mainland Europe’s westernmost capital and the only one along the Atlantic coast.
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Lisbon, Portugal | Vlog 3
00:00 – Introduction
01:02 – Pastelaria Santo Antonio
01:57 – Saint George’s castle (São Jorge castle)
06:07 – Largo da Graça, viewpoint, church and convent
08:26 – Santa Luzia and Portas do Sol miradouros (viewpoints)
09:57 – Alfama and ginjinha
13:16 – Saint Anthony church
14:47 – More about Alfama + bloopers
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