Lisbon offers a set of unique views which, when observed from the Tagus River provide a stunning and unforgettable experience. This tour occurs at the place of origin of Lisbon’s luminosity. The truth is that the light from the Tagus is reflected on the city as if it were a mirror, enhancing the beauty of this scenario.
Thus, in addition to the hills of Lisbon, it is possible to see and discover a series of monuments and places of high historical, cultural and landscape interest on the banks of the longest river of the Iberian Peninsula.
Some examples of points of interest are: Discoveries Monument, Jerónimos Monastery, Museum of Popular Art, Central Tejo, Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT), Ajuda Palace, Bridge over the Tagus, National Museum of Ancient Art, Museum of Popular Art, Basilica of the Star, Cais do Sodré, Commerce Square, Alfama, Lisbon Cathedral, S. Jorge Castle, Monastery of S. Vicente de Fora, National Pantheon, Christ King, VTS Tower, Champalimaud Foundation and Belém Tower.