"Lischbóa", how the locals pronounce it, never fails to charm with its endless opportunities. Lisbon invites you to a stroll trough the picturesque labyrinth in the old quarter of Alfama, which reminds with its narrow alleys and crooked streets of days gone by.
While wandering past the Catedral Se Patriarcal, the oldest church of Lisbon and many other great buildings, where you still can see the faded tiles with beautiful mosaics on it, you feel transported back into to the 12th century. Nobody traveling to Lisbon should miss a ride with the nostalgic Tram 28. The line was put into operation in 1928, is driving the longest route through Lisbon and contains one of the steepest section of all trams worldwide. It also takes you along the most beautiful sights of the city. After a long day you can down the evening while drinking a cup of Portuguese wine to the culinary specialities for example in the restaurant Tágide.
Lufthansa Holidays wishes you a memorable stay!