Lisbon is a unique city with means of transport such as elevators, electric cars and cable cars that date back to the 19th century and help us to climb the hills and steps. Among the 9 elevators only 4 arrived to the 21st century and since 2002 and they´re considered national monuments. The Elevator da Bica, from 1892, is situated near the river was used by workers and fishing women from the Ribeira Market. With 283 meters long it will drive us until the Bairro Alto (upper town) the favorite quarter for night life, being the Largo do Camões the meeting point among the locals to begin the night program. The next photo stop for one of the best views over down town will be at the Elevador Santa Justa, this one a real vertical elevator! We continue passing by the nice belvedere S. Pedro de Alcantâra before going down with the Elevador da Gloria. Since our marry- go- round tour is not yet over we are going to get our last and the oldest Cable car da Lavra inaugurated in 1884. On your way to the down town we will pass by the houses of Amália and Camões both well known inhabitants of Lisbon.