Castelo de São Jorge, Lisbon, Portugal

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Lisbon, 1100-129 Portugal

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  • 3 mentions in Must sees or dos in Lisbon?

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...toss up between visiting Sao Pedro de Alcantara for a great view of the city including the castle, or going to Castelo de São Jorge directly. The view from the castle might be better, but the view from the park actually has the castle..." See More

    • Caterina P.

      Caterina P. said, "...around Graça and Alfama (better in daylight; when the sun goes down, it gets a little bit creepy...) + visit the Castelo de São Jorge& the Lisbon Cathedral.The Bairro Alto, Rossio and the Baixa are fascinating and just perfect for a night/evening walk...." See More

    • Eduardo P.

      Eduardo P. said, "...streets is a must. Plan to have dinner and look for some some fado resataurante arround Museu do Fado Go to Castelo de São Jorge and enjoy the views you should go also to Portas Do Sol and going down visit the Lisbon Cathedral..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Visiting Lisbon soon, any suggestions would be great!

    • Luis F.

      Luis F. said, "...Hi Mallory, About your request I suggest: 3 amazing views of Lisbon (Praça do Comércio, Castelo de São Jorge, Miradouro de Santa Catarina I hope you enjoy and have a nice stay...." See More

    • Jussan S.

      Jussan S. said, "...visit the Arco da Rua Augusta and Praça do Comércio. Up to the Lisbon Cathedral, Largo das Portas do Sol and Castelo de São Jorge. (Is a long way, but easily done) Another day you can visit the Parque das Nações and the..." See More

    • Gonçalo H.

      Gonçalo H. said, "...3 places on 3 days to visit. 1- Castelo de São Jorge( you dont need to get inside it, because now it's paid, but the litle streets around it are a must see and feels. Then Chiado, Terreiro do Paço and Bairro Alto..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Weekend in Lisbon

    • Gonçalo H.

      Gonçalo H. said, "...2 days visit? Easy :) During the day go to the Castelo de São Jorge, and meet all the litle streets and traditional things around. Next go to Chiado, meet the cafés, really famous here, to Terreiro do Paço and by night visit..." See More

    • Emily D.

      Emily D. said, "...Suites is a great hostel. It's literally right across the street from one of the most beautiful views in the city. Castelo de São Jorge also has a really beautiful view of the city. You can take the tram up there or you can..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best modes of transportation in Lisbon?

    • Izabel M.

      Izabel M. said, " a train that departs from Rossio Railway Station station right in the middle of the city. To go visit the Castelo de São Jorge there is a eletric trolley (must use) and buses. The easiest way to pay less for your fares here..." See More

  • 1 mention in Four days in Lisbon with family (including grandmother) - recommendations?

    • Luciana M.

      Luciana M. said, "...that leveled everything else) and there are quite a few fado restaurants where you can hear the fado singers live. The Castelo de São Jorge has a great view of the city. The Elevador de Santa Justa is also known as Elevador do Carmo,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best area/neighborhood to stay in Lisbon?

    • Inês S.

      Inês S. said, "...Lisbon. Bairro Alto is where the night life is, however I would recommend for you to stay either in Baixa or Castelo de São Jorge, that are much quiet and super central. You are literally 5 minutes from everything in either of these..." See More

  • 1 mention in suitability to stay

    • Mary S.

      Mary S. said, "...walk around and with lots of shops, places to eat & drink and sights such as the Se (cathedral) and the Castelo de São Jorge. Lisbon's famous funiculars (elevadores) are also in the area: Elevador da Gloria, Elevador da Bica, Elevador do Lavra..." See More

  • 1 mention in Last minute trip

    • Goofie V.

      Goofie V. said, "...Angela, You can start by taking the antique tram number 28 in Rua da Conceiçao which takes you up to the Castelo de São Jorge. There you have a great view over the city. Afterwards you can go to the Miradouro de Santa..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best day trip options from Lisbon?

    • Sally E.

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      Sally E. said, "...In the city, go to Alfama and walk around and go to a fado bar as well (traditional Portuguese music) - Castelo de São Jorge is also there and great for exploring. Praça do Comércio for shopping and site-seeing. Take Tram 28 from Martim..." See More

  • 1 mention in How can I best see the city!?

    • João S.

      João S. said, "...Praça dos Restauradores - Avenida da Liberdade - Parque Eduardo VII - Praça Duque de Saldanha (three shopping centers for convenience) Castelo de São Jorge: from downtown "climb" to Castelo de São Jorge through Alfama during the day (maybe lunch). Bairro Alto :..." See More

  • 1 mention in Which neighborhood in Lisbon should I stay in?

    • Claudia L.

      Claudia L. said, "...easy but going uphill is another story. Alfama We stayed for 2 nights in a 2-bedroom apartment within the walls of Castelo de São Jorge (St. Jorge Castle)Pleasant place to discover the alleys, azulejo tiles on old buildings, cobblestone streets, Fado houses and small..." See More

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