The Portuguese capital Lisbon is located on seven hills on the Atlantic coast and promises many interesting experiences. Portugal used to be a naval power, this famous history breathes on you in the Belém district. There is a majestic fortress tower, which in the past served as a customs house and as a prison. Take the Vasco de Gama Bridge as well, but expect a good walk. The bridge is 17 kilometers long and is the longest bridge in Europe.
A unique view of the historic city center can be found from the yellow tram number 28, which serves as a lookout. It tours a number of Lisbon landmarks and is often so close to the surrounding houses that you can almost touch them. To the castle of St. George, which rises above the roofs of Lisbon, but you will have to do your own thing.
And if you walk through your shoes, no worries. Visit the Alfama district, which is famous for its master shoemakers. The new shoes will be sewn for you here without any problems.