The most beautiful part of Lisbon. Small streets, lot of steps and absolutely amazing view. indulge yourself one of the fado bars.
This is Lisbon's oldest and most traditional area. The best way to visit Lisbon is to borrow a European car into the neighborhood, drive on narrow roads and steep slopes. It's absolutely exciting. Every corner here is very beautiful, beautiful flowers and blue tile paintings, bathed in the golden sunshine, everything is so beautiful.
The old city really has a long history, walking on the winding streets, enjoying the ancient buildings. Occasionally, a viewing platform can see the Teju River Bay and the roofs of old-fashioned buildings. It's just that the sidewalk is too narrow (only one person can pass), the lane is too narrow (only two Polos can meet), and I admire the pedestrians and drivers who shuttle in the old city.
Alphama's colorful residential buildings in the old city area, red and white houses are full of old customs; houses built along the mountains are colorful. The old city is full of bars and cafes, and is also an ideal place for Lisbon's nightlife. Deeply in love with this slightly shabby but memorable Lisbon.
The old city of Alphama, the center of the old city of Lisbon, and its unique high position make it a perfect place to appreciate Lisbon's vision. Longitudinal alleys and colorful houses add a perfect view to Lisbon. There are also many restaurants and cafes nearby, where people can sit quietly and enjoy the fragrance of coffee while looking at the beautiful scenery in the distance. You can also ride on Lisbon's oldest jingling tram and stagger through the ancient city.
My favorite Lisbon area! Apart from the colourful buildings, the most interesting one is Xiao Huang's track jingling car! It's great to sit in the narrow, steep streets and enjoy the old scenery. I suggest you buy a one-day ticket, you can transfer to different routes at will!
Lisbon is a mountain city. The ups and downs of the tram, like a symphony, leave a unique mark on every street in Lisbon. Lisbon's old city is full of mottled historical debris, sitting on tram, even lonely is very romantic. Tips: The best way is to buy a one-day ticket. The whole city has a view.
Alfama is the oldest area in Lisbon, located on the hillside between Tejo's exit and St. Jorge's castle. Before the 13th century, Alpha was a slum outside the city walls, inhabited mainly by dockers and sailors. In the 15th century it became an important Jewish District in Lisbon. Alfama survived the 1755 earthquake. It is said that its survival is closely related to religious beliefs. Lisbon residents were mainly Catholic. On that day, their Halloween homes lit candles. The fires caused by the earthquake destroyed most of the cities, but Alfama is a Jewish area. The residents of Alfama did not light candles to avoid the fire. 。 Because Alfama survived the earthquake, it retained its most primitive features, extremely narrow streets, maze-like block layout, tiled panels and balcony houses, as well as Lisbon's most important historical buildings, including the Bishop's Cathedral, Lisbon Castle, National Pantheon and St. Anthony's Church. Walking in this area, I feel the retrogression of time. There are many old Lisbons living here. Although they are old and worn, no one wants to leave. Some of them are still four generations in the same house. They can hear the chirping of birds, the broadcasting of TV, the chatting of old people and the smell of food in the corridor.