Flight schedule Deauville - Porto/Lisbon
- On monday on 3 april 2017
Flight Time Deauville-Porto/Lisbon : 02h00
Time difference: -1 Hour (Portugal and Madeira)
Things to see and do
Visit and discover Lisbon: Tourist sites, historical monuments, museums, viewpoints ... What to visit in Lisbon? What to see in Lisbon during a stay?
The Alfama reminding of Moorish heritage with its steep, winding streets.
In this area, we must take the time to walk to suit narrow, fragrant alleys that open onto beautiful plazas and shady terraces. It is the oldest district of Lisbon and is best explored in the morning for the markets of the Rua Sao Pedro and Rua dos Remedios.
Visit the Castelo de SÃ£o Jorge to discover one of the best views of Lisbon. This castle was built by the Visigoths in the 5th century and was enlarged by the Moors in the 9th century to finally be changed during the reign of Alfonso Henriques. Price: 4 â‚¬ / person (student rate) 7.50 â‚¬ / person (full price). To reach the castle, from the Baixa, it is possible to borrow the Elevator do Castelo, which connects the Rua dos Fanqueiros at Rua da Madalena (open from 9h to 21h - free).
Then, enjoy the many viewpoints that offers this area, such as the Santa Luzia viewpoint or the Miradouro das Portas do Sol.
Then discover Lisbon Cathedral (SÃ© Cathedral and Patriarchal Lisboa - Free admission - cloister visit: 2,50 â‚¬ / person - Treasury tour: 2,50 â‚¬ / person), the PanteÃ£o Nacional (which is the old church Santa EngrÃ¡cia) and the Monastery of Sao Vicente de Fora.
Feel free to take a turn at the Feira da Ladra (literally "fair at the thief"), which is the flea market the best known and most famous of the capital. The market is held every Tuesday and Saturday in the Campo de Santa Clara, between SÃ£o Vicente Monastery and PraÃ§a Doutor Bernardino Antonio Gomes. You can find crafts, books, clothing, fashion accessories, tiling and make friendly encounters with Benfica.
The Museum of Fado. Price: 5 â‚¬ / person (full price). Fado is a traditional Portuguese song. It is a lament that questions the fate against which we can do nothing. Indeed, it comes from the Latin word "Fatum" which means "fate." This is the musical symbol of Portugal. But also, a little off-center, the National Museum of the Tile - Price: 5 â‚¬ / person (full price) and â‚¬ 2.50 (student rate) - and the Igreja da Madre de Deus.