Vasco da Gama Bridge
It was the longest bridge in Europe when it was opened in 1998 and it still one of the longest bridge in the World. There is a sensation
when passing the bridge by the car or bus has floating on top of water.
it's a symbol of the era of discovery also a Lisbon's icon
it was build in 1515 as a fortress to guard the entrance to Lisbon's harbor, the Belem Tower was the starting point for many of the expeditions
of discovery, and for the sailors it was the last view of their homeland.
it's the centre or the heart of Lisbon Rossio is the liveliest square in the city, where people stop to sit and relax, or
for a drink at the several atmospheric cafes with outdoor sitting. This place show Lisbon as multi cultural city as can find African
, Chinese, Pakistanis shops, etc around it.
It situated 88 miles (142 kilometers) north of Lisbon is one of the most important holy places to the Virgin Mary in the world. According to inhabit
of town in 1917, she appeared several times to three shepherd children. The last time, on October 13th 1917, there were 70,000 witnesses to
the miracle. A marble pillar with a statue of Our Lady marks the precise spot and four million pilgrims make the trip to see it each year,
in the Chapel of Apparitions.
Nations Park or Parque das Nações
It situated in Eastern Lisbon an most of it was built by innovative architects for Expo 98, the World Fair that took place in Portugal's capital
between May and September of 1998. There are lot attractions in Park such as Oceanarium, impressive aquarium, a modern casino, water gardens,
a viewing tower, a marina, and a number of bars and restaurants with outdoor seating, ride the cable car that runs the full length of the site,
parallel to the river.