Set in the ruins of Carmo Church, Lisbon Under Stars is a multimedia projection show which depicts 600 years of Portuguese history from 1385 to the present day.
The Carnation Revolution overthrew the authoritarian regime of the Estado Novo which ruled Portugal from 1932 to 1974 under the leadership of the fascist dictator called Salazar.
Lisbon is brimming full of history and the city boasts some of the worlds most magnificent monuments to remember and honour its past. Make time to visit the Monument of Discoveries and the district of Belem.
It's a quirky place with a really nice vibe, lots of cafes to grab a bite to eat and an amazing roof top bar to catch another wonderful Lisbon sunset.
The atmosphere is building in the Volvo Ocean Race Village in Lisbon ahead of Leg 2 which starts today. Meet Tony Mutter, two time winner of the race and crew member of Team Vestas.
It may be November but the best place to be in Lisbon this weekend is on the water with the Volvo Ocean Race. The weather forecast on Saturday & Sunday is for clear skies & 20 Degrees so there are no excuses not to miss this event.
Once you reach the rooftop, the views over Lisbon are stunning and offer a fantastic perspective of the city.
Check out the coolest Open Air Cinema you'll find in Europe. It looks like a pop-up event on every Thursday evening running until October 12th 2017 when they are showing one of my all time favourite classics, 'Scarface'.
Cascais is a wonderful fishing town located about 30 minutes from Lisbon.
Sintra is yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site and you won’t be disappointed with Sintra.
25th of April Bridge which was completed in 1966 and was originally named after the then dictator, Salazar.
A great way to see the sights is the tram and Tram 28 is the one to take to discover Alfama which is the medieval part of Lisbon.
Cacilhas is located on the far bank of the River Tagus and you'll need to take the ferry for this adventure.
It's a wonderful spot to see the sun set in Lisbon and you'll find a bohemian audience joining you to take in the magic.
This funicular was originally powered by a counter- balance of water weights and cables and dates back to 1892
The Miradouro São Pedro de Alcantâra is one of the finest viewing points in Lisbon and the vistas of the city are simply stunning.
Largo do Carmo is a small but beautiful square in the heart of the city which also brings its fair share of history.
The Elevator was designed by the company owned by Gustave Eiffel, so if you think that the steal work is familiar, then you’re not imagining it.
The Cathedral is a microcosm of an amazing history of Lisbon involving Kings, Popes and the Moors, all of whom have had a massive influence on this intriguing city.
The Monastery's 18th century tiles tell it's history, which includes scenes of the Siege of Lisbon in 1147.
If you feel a cold chill over your shoulder, believe it or not, it could be a Celt from 48 BC.
Aerial Photo Belem
This is another UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a fine example of Portuguese Gothic architecture.
The Tower is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and served as the home of the Captain of the Navy, a prison for traitors and a fort from where to defend Lisbon as it is positioned at the mouth of the river Tagus.
Perched on the banks of the River Tagus in the area of Belem this is an impressive monument which recognises the achievements of those who shaped Portugal.
Aerial View of area surrounding Praça do Comércio
Praça Rossio was the communal area that was the preferred location for social events in Lisbon including the many executions of the Portuguese Inquisition.
Rua Augusta is the main pedestrian street in Lisbon which is packed full with shops and restaurants suited to all tastes.
Built in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake in 1755 Praça do Comércio is now the splendid centerpiece of this wonderful city.