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Stop At: Lisbon Baixa, Lisbon Portugal
Our tour starts at the famous Restauradores Square, surrounded by the most emblematic hotels and monuments.
We will have a guide historian, who will tell us firstly, from the Foz Palace, outwardly we will see a great example of baroque architecture in Portugal. Still in the Square, there is the obelisk crowned with the 'Goddess of Victory', this marks the end of the Spanish dominion in 1640. The whole monument is surrounded by the typical 'Portuguese sidewalk', stone floor, made by the hand of man and which is allusive to the waves of the sea.
On our tour, we will pass by the Condes Building, former cinema, dating from 1950 and that today, gave rise to the 'Hard Rock Café' of Lisbon.
We follow Rossio Square, taking a walking tour, observing the Old 'Manueline Train Station', a magical panoramic view of the Castle of Sao Jorge, which can be seen in the distance, in one of the seven hills of the city of Lisbon.
Stop by the Santa Justa Elevator, built by Raoul de Ponsard. Arrival in Sê de Lisboa, home of the Patriarchate and tells us the history and the inheritance of Phenicia.
This tour continues by minivan, to Ajuda National Palace.
We will visit with guide, the interior of the one that was the Palace of the Portuguese Crown. Built at the end of the 18th century, Neoclassical style.
Here were born the Princes D. Carlos and D. Afonso.
Preserves one of the most interesting fillings and Palaciana decoration.
Duration: 4 hours
Stop At: Palacio Nacional da Ajuda, Largo da Ajuda, Lisbon 1300-018 Portugal
Guided visit to the interior of the Palace, which belonged to the Portuguese Monarchy.
Duration: 1 hour