Portugal’s capital is famed for its sun-stained pastel buildings, colourful café culture and unbelievable seafood.
Teetering on the very edge of the Atlantic, beauty and history are at the heart of Lisbon – its incredible architecture reflecting thousands of years gone by.
The cityscape is dominated by the seven hills and there's no better place to take in the glorious surroundings from their terrace viewpoints - known locally as miradouros. Some of these spots even have cafes, so visitors can relax and enjoy the view with a cold drink of choice.
Word of advice. Don't leave without trying the pastel de nata. People visit Lisbon from far and wide to try these famous egg custard tarts, and they never disappoint.