When you look to a map of Lisbon you may think that you can reach the next destination walking straight on. The truth is that Lisbon is the town of the seven hills and so it is very rich as far as belvederes are concern. Do you want to have the best perspective over the old quarters of Lisbon? Book me, I´ll show you the best sites from several hills. To go to the first Miradouro you need to take the famous tram 28 (the tram ticket is not included). Lots of Portuguese consider the best view over Lisbon from Miradouro Nª Sra Monte and a little lower there´s the Miradouro da Graça. Walking or driving down we reach the Sta Luzia´s belvedere laying on the top of the oldest quarter of Lisbon - Alfama. We keep going through old buildings with wrought iron balconies, narrow streets, steps, blind alleys until the S. Estevão Church with its terrace. Going along the river Tagus we leave Lisbon from the Middle Age, we’ll see the House of the Pointed Stones (16th century) with a very peculiar facade and in a couple of minutes later we are in down town in a totally different structure and atmosphere from the 18th century. We can end our tour taking a fresh drink in one of the brand new restaurants and bars in the beautiful Commerce Square.