Seven rolling hills define the layout of the historical city of Lisbon, Portugal. The seven hills offer a unique opportunity to gaze at the gorgeous city from several vantage points to witness its cobblestone corridors, ancient ruins and white accented buildings from a whole new perspective. Overlooking the Tagus River, the seemingly quiet city is known for its raucous night life that continues until sunrise and its amazing collection of incredible historical landmarks.

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Lisbon, Portugal

Ascensor Da Bica

These eye-catching trams have been a popular mode of transport in Lisbon since 1873.

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Lisbon, Portugal

Luvaria Ulisses

The Luvaria Ulisses glove shop has been creating custom gloves within its 4-square-meter store for more than a century.

Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon Geographic Society

This exploration society emerged as a great connector of Portugues citizens and students living across the globe.

Lisbon, Portugal

Palacio Foz

This extravagant pink palace was once occupied by the Marquee of Foz and is now open for guided tours.

Lisbon, Portugal

Central Penitentiary

This Portuguese penitentiary stands as an example of the country's inspired roots of European and Middle Eastern architectural design.

Lisbon, Portugal

Correios de Portugal

These multi-colored mailboxes are representative of the CTT, an institution with centuries-old origins.

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