See the beauty of this history-filled city from a different perspective as you cruise along the Tagus, the life artery of not only Lisbon, but the entire country.
Head seaward along the Tagus River, from which the Portuguese once sailed away to conquer oceans and countries, and admire a city of charisma, class, and thriving culture from the water. Cruise under the 25th of April Bridge, which was built in 1966. Named for the Carnation Revolution, it's one of the largest suspension bridges in the world.
See the city’s modern gems, such as the bustling of Bairro Alto, famous for its bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Admire the Alfama district, one of the oldest in the city, take a photo of St. George’s Castle, and see the Christ the King statue watching the city from the opposite side of the river.
Journey as far as Belém district and enjoy its panoramic views, with monuments from the Age of the Discovery welcoming you in the background. Take the opportunity to photograph the beautiful Belém Tower, once a fort that protected the city, as you listen to stories about the monuments that surround you, including Jerónimos Monastery.