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Attractions Overview of Lisbon
Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal. It is also the largest city in the country with a landmass of almost thirty-three square miles and has a population of over two million people in the metropolitan area. Greater Lisbon is known for its diverse network of primary and secondary schools. Portugal’s hilly, coastal capital city Lisbon features stunning architecture, fairytale castles, and an atmosphere that keeps the tradition alive like no other. Surrounded by 7 hills, each of the hills is topped with a miradouro (viewpoint) offering captivating views of the city’s surroundings and its pastel-colored urban areas. With unbeatable cuisine, picture-perfect views at every turn, and some of the best nightlife on the continent, Lisbon is one of the best cities in Europe that you must see at some point in your life!
Lisbon’s history is utterly compelling. Through the centuries Lisbon has seen Moorish rule, Spanish conquest, French invasion, one of the most destructive earthquakes in human history. Its hugely varied history has shaped it into the modern and thriving city that it is today. Visitors to Lisbon definitely shouldn’t miss the city’s medieval Tower of Belem, which defended the city for hundreds of years, or the hilltop São Jorge Castle which dates back to the 11th century, as well as the National Museum of the Azulejo which exhibits over 5 centuries of decorative tiles that characterize the city. If you’re looking for a party then Lisbon’s Bairro Alto district is the place to be. Deceivingly laid back during the day, by night Bairro Alto transforms into a lively hub of wine bars, LGBT-friendly clubs, and student hot spots.