None
The view from São Pedro de Alcântara, Lisbon, Portugal - istock.com/sam74100

The Scenic Miradouros of Lisbon

April 2017 Hideaway Report | By Andrew Harper

Subscribe for Access

Lisbon’s many hills have allowed the city to create numerous miradouros, or viewpoints, around its center, which offer vistas ranging from stupendous to rather forgettable. Two of the best are in the Alfama, the Miradouro de Santa Luzia, which presents an iconic view of the neighborhood’s slope, and the Miradouro Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen (formerly the Miradouro da Graça) in front of the Igreja and Convento da Graça, which has a glorious sweeping panorama. On the other side of the city, the Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara has fine views of the Alfama hill from a two-level formal parklike setting.

Premium Content

Articles from the Hideaway Report are only available to members. To view, please log in below or join.

Member Login

Become a Member

Join Andrew Harper for access to our publications and travel benefits that can more than offset the cost of your membership.
Plans start at $395.

Follow Us

SIGN UP FOR TRAVEL NEWS