Lisbon sits surrounded by seven hills, at the mouth of the Tagus. Lisbon, white, contrasts with the blue waters of the river, the colorful mosaic facades and winding cobblestone streets reasons. The city is full of light and beauty not only visible, and that Lisbon can be felt in various ways. The old quarter of Alfama, of Arab origin, is a network of streets where visitors cualquiler fancifully like to miss. From the castle of St. George you can enjoy a beautiful view of the city and there are countless viewpoints which look out and discover, as if it were a lady, a new expression of Lisbon.
The Baixa Chiado or are other historic districts, more commercial, bookstores and literary tradition with the latest and cafes, terraces and shops first. Among the many attractions that houses the city of Lisbon, highlight the Jeronimos Monastery, the National Museum of Ancient Art, San Jorge Castle, the Tower of Belem, the National Tile Museum, among others. Browns time, cobbled squares, terraces, facades of colors, shimmering light, alleys and courtyards, yellow trams, hills, descents, turns and parks, all merged to give life to Lisbon, a city with personality and harmony of contrasts. With a rental car you can explore every corner and enjoy regardless of their visit. At just 26 km from Lisbon, lies, small coastal town, which together with its neighboring Estoril were haven resort of royalty and the upper class and home of the Spanish royal house in exile on the shores of the Atlantic. These two cities, retain its distinguished and refined even today, visitors are more modest.
It's nice to explore the sandy bay of Cascais and glimpse the houses that resemble castles on the cliffs that frame the crystal blue waters of the ocean. The Praia dos Pescadores in the heart of the city is a meeting place and recreation for residents and visitors. A place of wild beauty curious about Cascais is called Boca del Infierno rocky cliff with a sort of cave in which he slides Tues In its beaches await you, the famous casino, considered the largest in Europe, and entertainment venues to enjoy both day and night. From Estoril can make fantastic excursions to Sintra to admire the impressive Palace of Pena, or the elegance of the Royal Palace of Queluz. Also in this area is the Parque Natural de Sintra-Cascais with a rich variety of flora and fauna.