Lisbon must-see scenic spot: located in the Belm district on the southwest coast of Portugal.
There is a dense historical monument of Lisbon, which contains almost all the famous sights of the Portuguese maritime era. Here is the most famous attraction in the Belm district: the Belm Tower. As one of the world's cultural heritage, the Belm Tower has a very important historical and strategic significance in the history of Lisbon, and it has also been named one of Portugal's seven wonders.
If the Belm Tower is an ancient landmark in Lisbon, the Great Discovery Monument is a landmark of the new era of Lisbon. It is only a few steps away from the Belm Tower to the Great Discovery Monument, along the beautiful sea and bright sunshine. There is also a long walk.
Although Lisbon has many historical monuments, there are few large and magnificent buildings, and the Jeronimo Monastery is one of the most spectacular buildings in Lisbon. The monastery is separated from the Great Discovery Monument by a single road. It is a typical Manuel-style building like the Belm Tower. It is a perfect combination of Gothic and Renaissance and one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal. Together with the Belm Tower, it is listed as a World Heritage Site.
In addition, the Maritime Museum and Carriage Museum are also the leading museums in the Belm area. The Belm egg tart shop on the edge of the monastery is a world-famous Portuguese egg tart shop. After a day of fun, why not come here to eat a sweet tart. (There are a lot of people waiting in line to buy egg tarts. You can go directly to the store and eat. You usually need more drinks, but save a lot of queuing time.)
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The Belm district of Lisbon has the most authentic egg tarts in Portugal. There are always long queues at the entrance of the store. The paella and roast pork knuckles here are also very attractive. It is absolutely unforgettable to eat once. The Belem Tower by the sea is a landmark in the Belm district and one of the oldest buildings in Portugal. It bears witness to the splendour of Portugal, and now it stands still like a soldier on the seashore, showing the Portuguese style to the world.
The Torre de Belem, or Belem Tower, was made back in the early 1500s. At one point constructed to function as a defensive tower, its sumptuous-looking facade features an outstanding example of Portugal's Manueline architecture with hints of Moorish influence visible in the balconies and arched windows. Explore the fascinating views on each of the four floors, from the vaulted cistern on the ground floor to the decorated terrace that adorns the highest floor. Go down into the dungeon to discover the cells that used to house prisoners, and climb the spiral staircase to the peak of the tower for a grand view of the surrounding area.
Monumento aos Combatentes do Ultramar
Museu do Combatente
"Observation Deck""UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site"