Santa Luzia offers you a panoramic view over Alfama, where you can make out the Alfama labyrinth.
From here, you can see Santa Engrácia Dome (also known as National Pantheon), Santo Estevão Church, and the two white towers from São Miguel Church. Here you can also find two tile panels, one from Praça do Comércio (before the earthquake) and the other one with Christians attacking São Jorge Castle.
Stone benches offer a place to sit and enjoy the views while someone plays music nearby. Or you can appreciate the paintings for sale, usually with trams as themes. Also, you'll find a restaurant with a terrace.
To get here, catch Tram N28.