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The oldest funicular of Lisbon was inaugurated on 19 April 1884 and on that day it worked for 16 consecutive hours, carrying more than 3,000 passengers free.
The oldest funicular of Lisbon was inaugurated on 19 April 1884 and on that day it worked for 16 consecutive hours, carrying more than 3,000 passengers free. In 2002 it was classified a National Monument.
Largo da Anunciada - Travessa Forno Torel
Inaugurated on 24 October 1885, this funicular was the second to be placed in Lisbon
Praca Dom Pedro IV Square, better known as Rossio, is the main square in downtown Lisbon and a popular meeting place for locals
Located downtown, this elevator was designed by a follower of French engineer Gustav Eiffel and connects downtown to Trinidade, located many metres uphill
A hidden gem
The Pombaline Lower Town, better known as Baixa, is the heart of downtown Lisbon
Trendy district with fancy shops
Chiado is an upmarket shopping district surrounding a charming square between the neighborhoods of Bairro Alto and Baixa
Nestled on a hilltop overlooking central Lisbon and the Tejo River, the São Jorge Castle is a fortified Moorish citadel from the Middle Ages