Belém Tower is a classic landmark of the port of Portugal. It witnessed the voyage and separation of countless ships in Portugal during the Great Navigation era. The return and reunion was completed by Manuel I in commemoration of the arrival of Da Gama in India. Used as a customs, telegraph station, or even a lighthouse. The whole building of Belém Tower is arranged in an "L" shape with five floors. The whole tower is made of white marble and is a typical Manuel style building. The tower is surrounded by stone ropes, with stone knots, crosses and some stone carvings of plants and animals. It is very special.
Walking alongside the Tejo river, especially evening time, cannot be more beautiful. A pleasant seabreeze and the sundown will leave a very deep impressions in everyone.
This self-driving tour in Spain and Portugal was booked by Ctrip. Ctrip booked Lisbon Hotel. From August 19 to 21, we stayed at Holiday Inn Express Lisbon-Oeiras Lisbon for two nights. We chose this hotel because we are on the side of the highway. It's very convenient to find the road and park for free. The hotel is in Sinter. In the middle of La Lisbon, we visited Sintra and Cape Rocca one day, Lisbon one day, and Lisbon two days. We were not tired at all. Finally, when we returned to Spain, we walked 4 183; 25 Bridge, and we could also take a tour of the statue of Jesus. Belenta is the most classic landmark of Portuguese ports and the symbol of Lisbon. It witnesses the voyage and departure, return and reunion of countless Portuguese ships during the Great Voyage period. When it was first built, it was used to defend the enemy. Later, with the end of the war, it was transformed into a customs house, a lighthouse, and even a water jail. Belenta is surrounded by many attractions: Geronimus Monastery, Maritime Discovery Monument, Museum, Heroes Monument, you can look at the 4 183; 25 Bridge and so on. You can swim all in half a day and walk no more than 10-15 minutes in each scenic spot.
Belem Tower, the most classic landmark building in Portuguese ports, is the symbol of Lisbon and a world cultural heritage site. This ancient castle witnesses the glorious maritime history of Lisbon in the past. During the Great Voyage period, many famous Portuguese navigators set out from here, including gamma, which went round the Cape of Good Hope to India. Geronimus Monastery and Belenta have a combined ticket package of 12 euros per person, which is 4 euros cheaper than buying separately. Location of attractions: Av. Bras &7; LIA 1400-038 Lisboa transit bus: take 15E, 729 to Pedrou &1; OS station, get off the train and walk to 6 euros for adults, 12 euros for Jeronimus Monastery and Belenta, 16 euros for combined tickets (Geronimus Monastery, Belenta and Arruda Palace Building); half for elderly and disabled people over 65 years old Price: half fare for a minor accompanied by an adult (15-18) free on the first Monday of each month, free for children under 14 years of age from 10:00 to 17:30 (October to May next year, final admission time 17:00) 10:00 to 18:30 (May to September, final admission time 18:00) rest days: Monday, January 1, Easter, May 1 and December 25
Bellenta is a landmark attraction in Lisbon. It is located on the Bank of the Tejo River. It is a five-storey square fortress tower. It is the starting point for ships to go to sea in the era of great voyage, the symbol of Portugal's era of great voyage, and of great significance to Portugal. Now the tower still retains its original appearance, climbing to the top of the tower can give you a glimpse of the beauty of the Teju River extension, and overlook the vast Atlantic Ocean ahead, which is very spectacular.
Lisbon's landmark buildings, one of the must-visit places, are located at the junction of rivers and seas in Belem District. At different historical stages, Lisbon has assumed various functions from fortresses, wharfs, prisons, lighthouses and so on. Upon the top of the tower, you can see 425 Bridges and both sides of the river. The scenery is very beautiful.
Bellenta is a landmark building in Lisbon, Portugal. Portuguese love the lighthouse. Perhaps it is a spiritual sustenance of the era of great navigation. If the tower can speak, I think it will not be able to tell the historical witness in a few days and nights. How many stories have been circulated in the wind in that era of cross-sea sailing?
One of Portugal's seven miracles was defensive fortifications in the early days, then customs, telegraph towers and lighthouses, which were used to imprison political prisoners during Spanish rule. ???
Full of stories behind this tower~ I enjoy walking around the area~ beasutiful sight to see the sunset. Must see while in Lisbon Portugal.
Bel & _m Tower was originally built as a defense project in memory of the arrival of Gama in India, ordered by Manuel I from 1514 to 1520, and later used as a customs, telegraph station and even a lighthouse. Witness the opening of the era of great navigation, numerous ships sail here return journey, the human era is thus rewritten. Belenta Tower is surrounded by stone ropes, interspersed with stone stones, crosses and stone carvings of some animals and plants, Manuel-style buildings, Belenta has five floors, arranged in "L" shape, rectangular skylights with Gothic roofs, used as ventilators for barriers, and Belenta stands out at sea level, wrapped in sunset, silently witnessing the ups and downs of hundreds of years, 1983. Berenta was officially recognized as a World Heritage Site by the International Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1997.
Bellenta, an ancient castle with a history of nearly 500 years, is a famous landmark of Portugal and a symbol of Lisbon. It is not only a witness of Portugal's once glorious historical relics, but also a scenic spot for tourists from all over the world because of its unique architectural style and special geographical location. Bellenta was built in 1500. It has a history of more than 500 years. It was built by Portuguese Emperor Manu I to guard the port of Lisbon. Although it is called tower, it is more like a small fortress, standing on the Bank of the river. The whole tower is made of marble. It is the most magnificent and elegant building in Lisbon's numerous monuments.