Alfama is the oldest part of Lisbon and definitely its most stunning architecturally.
Cobbled streets and tiled buildings make up the this gem of a neighbourhood.
It’s also one of the only parts of Lisbon that was not completely destroyed back in 1755 by an earthquake.
If you fancy visiting some attractions while you’re in Alfama, then the Fado museum is a must.
Fado is a musical style which is associated with the country of Portugal, similar to how Flamenco is associated with Spain.
The museum will walk you through how the music evolved to what it consists of today.
At the end of the day, it’s worth catching the sunset at the Miradouro de Santa Luzia where you will see the orange sun beaming down n the stunning city.