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Lisbon is a city that attracts thousands of tourists every year. The people of Lisbon, the climate, gastronomy and history are the main factors that make them passionate about the city.

This beautiful capital, city of light, hills, Fado and nostalgia, is surrounded by historical monuments that tell a lot about its past.
PRAÇA DO COMÉRCIO
The Praça do Comércio, better known as Terreiro do Paço, is a square in the centre of Lisbon, located near the Tagus River.

This square was the place where the Royal Palace of Lisbon was established for more than 200 years.
MOSTEIRO DOS JERÓNIMOS
Located in the area of Belém, this monastery it is one of the main tourist attractions of Lisbon.

It is an old monastery of the order of San Jerónimo and together with the Belém tower; the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983.
SÉ DE LISBOA
Classified as a National Monument, the Cathedral of Lisbon is the cathedral and the oldest church in the city. It began to be built in 1147, since that year the building was modified several times and survived the earthquakes. Currently, the Lisbon Cathedral is the result of a mixture of different architectural styles.
CASTELO DE SÃO JORGE
This is the name given to the ruins of a castle that stood on the hill of São Jorge, the highest of the city. Formerly known as Castelo dos Mouros, it is located at the heart of the city, offering spectacular views over the city and the Tagus River.
OCEANARIUM
Located in the Parque das Nações, it is the second largest aquarium in Europe.

In 1998 the oceans building was opened to the public, making it eternal linking Lisbon with the ocean. At the same time, it created a link between the past, oriented to its discovery, and the future, aimed at its knowledge and conservation. The Oceanarium contains an impressive collection of species of birds, mammals, fish and other marine animals.