The Best Lisbon Walking Tours
With its seven hills, walking in Lisbon can be a challenge, but the best way to explore the Portuguese capital is still on foot. Amble through the narrow streets of traditional Lisbon neighborhoods, stopping to talk (or sing!) with the locals. Long walks along the river offer a chance to see sailing boats and converse with fishermen. Create your own walking tour by stringing together Lisbon's numerous viewpoints, and enjoy different perspectives on the city.

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Taking the Elevador da Glória.

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If you want to get a good impression of the historical city of Lisbon, and also see how small the city is, a must do attraction in Lisbon is to take the #28 tram, ‘elétrico 28′. This legendary tram 28 is a tourist attraction in itself. It goes all around town. Of course you can hop on and hop off whenever you want, but tickets are paid every time you take a ride.

Beside the #28 tram, the easiest way to reach from Rossio Square to the Barrio Alto neighborhood, is by Elevador da Glória.(in the picture)

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