Lisbon - Portugal
Lisbon of Spies, walking tour discovering 19th century history
During this walking tour around Lisbon, you will get to know the Church of Santo Antonio, where the saint was born 1195. The church also houses a museum with items related to the saint. Another interesting place is the Sé Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in Lisbon, built in 1147, when the first king of Portugal conquered the city from the Arabs. In addition to exploring these two sites, you will also enjoy:
São Jorge Castle: The Moorish castle that has a commanding hilltop view overlooking the historic city center of Lisbon
Castle District: The area surrounding the Castle
Tiles of Santo António: The blue, hand painted tiles that are world famous and unique to Lisbon.
Roman Theater: A museum with the remains of the Roman Theater found after the earthquake in 1700
Lisbon Cathedral and Santo António Church
Alfama District: The oldest district of Lisbon, home to many historical buildings and fado bars.