National Pantheon in Lisbon
In the Alfama district, you’ll find the church of Saint Engracia – currently the National Pantheon of Portugal – began at the end of the 16th century. The Panteão Nacional in Lisbon is a beautiful and unique church that acts as the final burial location for many important Portuguese figures- With a turbulent history since its foundation, a major collapse or many financial struggles, it was finally inaugurated in 1966. In its interiors, an impressive design, that is best viewed from the higher points of the dome. Its exterior terraces have the most incredible views over the river and the city. It is one of the most important monuments of Portugal, and then one of the best-known tourist attractions in Lisbon. This area is also known for the flea market – Feira da Ladra, which is very peculiar and traditional. Here you’ll find what you certainly not expecting to see on sell. Worths a visit! Choose the best private tours service and a first-class fleet for your tour in Lisbon.