A magnificent bay, the Tagus estuary, crossed by an endless bridge, the Vasco de Gama bridge, sloping streets climbed by the tramway, a visit to Lisbon looks like San Francisco in Europe if not the other way around, a bit older. During your stay in the capital of Portugal, the most westerly capital of Europe, you will take advantage of your holidays to discover a rich heritage that dates back to Roman times and which has then passed through the centuries and influences, particularly Muslims, to this day. From the tower of Belém, the old port from which Vasco de Gama set off in 1497 to conquer the world, to the futuristic Parc des Nations, built for the 1998 Universal Exhibition, to the magnificent Place du Commerce (Praça do comercio), where the historic heart of the city beats, to the Château Saint-Georges and its magnificent panorama ideal for taking pictures of Lisbon or its other districts, there are many things to see absolutely and to visit well accompanied by your Lisbon tourist guide. The Portuguese capital is also ideal for walks through time in the cobbled streets of the old quarters of Alfama and in the Bairro alto, or relaxing in summer on the many sandy beaches in the surrounding area accessible by public transport such as Cascais or Estoril, a warm nata pastel in the mouth. In the evening, Lisbon transforms itself and takes on more festive tones where you can easily be convinced by the terraces of small restaurants to taste the typical dishes, most often cod-based, have a drink, or party to fado or other less melancholic music, at the Bairro alto or in the Docks district. You will enjoy strolling through the small streets of the historic districts of this beautiful city in summer.