15 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Lisbon

  • Multicolored buildings from the 18th century.
  • The retro number 28 tram.
  • Belém Tower.
  • Manjerico plants at the Festival of Santo Antonio, which takes place every June.
  • The Rua Augusta Arch on the riverfront Praça do Comércio.
  • Azulejos, painted ceramic tiles glazed with tin, decorate much of the city.
  • Terra-cotta roofs of Alfama, the city's oldest district.
  • Look down (or up) at the National Pantheon of Santa Engrácia.
  • Oceanário de Lisboa, Europe's largest indoor aquarium.
  • The ubiquitous pasteis de nata (Portuguese custard tarts).
  • The Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT) overlooking the Rio Tejo.
  • Rainbow-colored tiling on Avenue Infante Santo.
  • Rossio Square.
  • Gare do Oriente train station.
  • A plate of bacalhau (salted cod).


Source: Condê Nast Traveler