Peaceful and beautiful cemetery where all distinguished residents of Lisbon are buried. Very well taken care of.
It's a beautiful cemetery located at the terminus of the famous 28th tram. A walk through the city of the dead disposes to the contemplative mood. Splendid view over the river Tagus opens on the west side of the cemetery. Besides, there are a lot of cats which aren't afraid of people.
So you've trudged up and down the hills of Lisbon, and been jolted to death in the trams. Two of them, Nos 25 and 28 sometimes terminate at the Praca Sao Joao Bosca. Its worth the trip - after alighting, if you need the loo you will find one just inside the entrance of the Cemiterio dos Prazeres - the... More
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