The best of central Lisbon, PORTUGAL | travel vlog 3

Lisbon, Portugal, is a very charming city, full of history and viewpoints. In this video, you’ll see some of the best things to do in town.

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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I am a Brazilian journalist living in the United States. After traveling the world working with sports, news, and events for over 15 years, I realized that what I really love is the travel part of it all. So I exchanged life in the newsrooms and stadiums for the daily challenge of being an independent content producer. I created this channel to share the beauties of the world… stuff that for so long I only kept to myself. Also to help people planning similar trips and to inspire more people to venture out and enjoy life!

P.S.: The funny guy who appears in the vlogs is my husband, Gordon. He is Canadian-American and he’s actually camera-shy, that’s why he’s behind the camera most of the time 😉


50 Replies to “The best of central Lisbon, PORTUGAL | travel vlog 3”

  1. Renata Pereira

    First of all, thanks for 200k!!!! I can't even believe what a great new year gift you all gave me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart ❤️. Now, if you're enjoying to discover Lisbon, watch this series from the beginning:

    Just a reminder that this trip was before the pandemic. Hope you and your loved ones are fine ❤️

  2. Akhtar Ghanghro

    Its morning here in Pakistan. With this video of urs u made my morning amazing and fantastic. Great work 🌺

  3. Rich Beyond Our Means

    Oh wow this is amazing! Thanks so much for sharing! Please keep these videos coming! I will be following!

  4. Ambient Walking

    Always a pleasure to visit your channel and explore something wonderful. Thanks, Renata! Love everything you do!

  5. Vivi Alydya

    Pemandangan yang sangat menawan ,selamat atas pencapaiannya 200 subscriber ,salam dari Surabaya 🇮🇩😁😁

  6. Jilliana Gibbs

    It’s amazing that the artwork in the church lasted so long. I loved the church and the scenic points that you showed us. What was that tart that you ate made of? It looked really delicious. Thank you for this amazing video!! ❤️❤️❤️

  7. ЖЕКА

    Классный влог!👍 Друзья я блогер, пишу вам сюда со своего канала! Приглашаю вас в гости к себе на канал! Если вам понравиться что-то из видео на моём канале вы можете подписаться и оставить пару комментариев! Заранее вас благодарю за помощь!

  8. Roel Villamor

    Congratulations for have such number of followers. Nice videos on Lisboa! Regards to Gordon.. funny guy..

  9. Effie Colida

    Renata and Gordon what a beautiful video they sure bring joy to me especially now when travel is zero due to you know…Love you both

  10. Miguel Coelho

    Nice video, but with a few mistakes, nonetheless:
    First of all, Alfama was not an Islamic part of Lisbon at the time of the 1755 earthquake, as stated at minute 10:44! Lisbon was captured from the Moors in 1147. Since then, and until very recently, there were no Muslims in either Lisbon or in the rest of the country. (Except for the Algarve, which was freed of their rule in the mid-thirteenth century!)

    Secondly, the Moors, who invaded the Iberian Peninsula in 711, were not ethnic Arabs. "Moor" is a term used in reference to the peoples from North Africa who, through conversion to Islam, became part of the Ummayad Caliphate — which, indeed, emerged in Arabia following the death of the Prophet Muhammad!
    Also, do note that the Moors, while becoming the ruling class in Iberia during their occupation of some parts of the same, did not replace the native population who continued, by and large, to be Christian!
    Lisbon has, in fact, one of the oldest bishoprics in Europe:

    Thirdly, "Ginjinha", that sweet liquor shown at minute 10:58, is not made from cherries ("Cerejas" in Portuguese), per se, but from "Ginjas" — which is a type of wild cherry. Similar, but not quite like it…

  11. Family Wellness Wanderers

    Thanks for sharing. Love previewing places we want to make it to as we travel the world, very informative.

  12. Carmen B

    Amazing video Renata ❤️😍!!! Lisbon is so beautiful 🤩!! Cereja 🍒 !! He’s learning pretty good Portuguese. You guys are so funny. Sending you hugs and blessings. ❌⭕️😘

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