Itinéraires suggérés à Lisbonne – Introduction

Itinéraires suggérés à Lisbonne – Introduction

Itinéraires suggérés à Lisbonne – Introduction

Au Property Lisbon, nous comprenons qu’il y a beaucoup de choses que vous voudriez voir à Lisbonne, mais que votre séjour dans la ville risque d’être limité. C’est pourquoi nous avons rassemblé le guide suivant sur certaines des choses que vous pouvez faire à Lisbonne pour vous aider à mieux planifier et organiser votre séjour.

Lisbonne étant non seulement la capitale du Portugal, mais aussi la plus grande ville du Portugal, il s’agit probablement, si ce n’est la première, de la liste des choses que vous souhaitez voir lors de votre visite au Portugal.

En fait, nombreux sont ceux qui visitent le Portugal avec la seule intention de visiter Lisbonne.

Malheureusement, la ville étant aussi grande qu’elle est, beaucoup ne parviennent tout simplement pas à visiter toutes les choses qui valent la peine d’être vues à Lisbonne pendant leur séjour limité.

Afin de visiter et de voir tout ce que Lisbonne a à vous offrir, vous devriez idéalement passer au moins un mois dans la ville, mais nous comprenons que tout le monde n’est

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pas capable de le faire. En supposant que votre temps à Lisbonne soit limité, nous vous recommanderons certaines des choses que vous pouvez faire pendant votre séjour pour tirer le meilleur parti de votre temps.

La cathédrale du quartier d’Alfama est l’un des points chauds des visites touristiques à Lisbonne. La cathédrale remonte au 12ème siècle et constitue un morceau d’histoire vraiment remarquable, et ce n’est qu’un parmi beaucoup d’autres à Lisbonne. Un autre exemple est le château Saint-Georges, également connu en portugais sous le nom de Castelo de São Jorge, situé au sommet d’une colline d’où il surplombe le Tage et le centre-ville historique de Lisbonne.

Pour quelque chose d’un peu unique, nous vous recommandons également de visiter le musée national de l’entraîneur, situé non loin du monastère des Hiéronymites. Le musée est un petit établissement charmant, unique par la manière dont il contient et affiche l’une des plus grandes et des plus importantes collections de calèches du monde.

Avec une planification minutieuse, ces trois endroits peuvent être visités en une seule journée et, si vous avez de la chance, une fois que vous avez terminé, vous pourriez même avoir un peu de temps à perdre. Si cela se produit ou si votre séjour à Lisbonne dure plus d’une journée, il reste encore beaucoup de choses à faire dans la ville. Pour plus de détails à ce sujet, veuillez vous reporter à notre article «Itinéraires proposés à Lisbonne – Musées et gastronomie».

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