Living near Rossio Square in Chiado District, our friends from Lisbon led us through narrow alleys and took two elevators to the top of the hill. Saint Jorge Castle saved half an hour of time and energy. It's really worth praising the long queue for tickets. Isn't it the recession? Why are there so many tourists? 8.5 Euro, which castle itself is not cheap to visit is not much, but feel more like a park statue towering ancient trees, cool breeze, peacocks free shuttle. The Grand Castle Lisbon City red-crowned river running across the bridge on April 25 and the cross of Jesus clearly shows that the castle is said to have been built in the Roman Empire at the earliest time. Moorish Goths and Spaniards who occupied and rebuilt the fortress that dominated Lisbon now offer the best view of Lisbon's cityscape. They suggest lining up for darkroom sightseeing. Only 20 visitors are allowed to show in Portuguese and Spanish at a time. The skilled focus of the presenter on the round-table screen enables the visitors to synchronize. Looking at the 360-degree scenery outside, she only manipulates two or three kinds of handles to change the direction of the screen so that every visitor can see the landmarks of the nearby scenic spots. It's amazing. I highly recommend this wonderful explanation.
Because Winning George Castle is located on a hill, it needs 8.5 Euro tickets! It's good to go for a walk on Saturday morning. You can see the invincible sea view, the blue sky, the 425 Bridge in the distance, and the old town of Lisbon, the red building... The castle can be seen, but the wind is more, because I come in winter, but not many good people! If you need to queue up to see the invincible super seascape and open the door at 13 o'clock, the scenery certainly feels worthwhile! Finally, remember to bring a camera, because the mobile phone really can't photograph the real feeling!
In the afternoon to the castle, along a long mountain road, but also walk many stairs, so we must wear comfortable shoes. There are many boutiques at the entrance of the castle. You can choose some letters here. The styles are quite complete. Go to the castle and buy tickets. There are brochures. First came a large platform overlooking Lisbon. Further up is a castle of fortresses, you can walk up narrow stairs to see the panorama. It's beautiful at sunset. It's very pleasant for foreign tourists to sit on the stone fence reading and drinking with red wine. It's a great place to get to the top. Fashion Travel Blogger @kymico_chan
Saint Jorge Castle, also known as Saint George Castle, is a typical Portuguese Castle located on the hillside of Lisbon. The way to climb the castle is very steep in some places, which requires extra care. The scenery and old buildings along the way are good. Although it takes a long time to walk, it is not too tired to enjoy the scenery while walking. The castle is now the oldest building in Lisbon and the tallest in Lisbon. Standing here, you can have a bird's eye view of Lisbon. The scenery is still very good.
St. George's Castle, overlooking Lisbon, is the commanding heights of the Afama region. Lisbon, where I need to climb up and down, is really exhausting. Fortunately, the wind is out of date and occasionally cool. The biggest surprise here is a 360-degree panoramic telescope in Lisbon. The people and cars on the suspension bridge can see clearly. I talked to my brother about my career. The position of the rotating plane mirror that he especially cooperated with let me take pictures.
The castle itself is not big, and palaces and other basic will, there are old walls to climb, there are many peacocks can see, the first time to see a few Peacocks Fly to the tree. In addition, because of the high terrain, there is a viewing platform to see the city of Lisbon landscape, angle and orientation are very good. It is suggested to wear flat shoes for climbing mountains and walls.
Saint Jorge Castle is one of the oldest buildings in Lisbon. In the old city, it can climb all the way up the hill by tram. The castle has an excellent view of Lisbon: a panoramic view of the Tejo River and a house with a red-roofed and white wall. There are many peacocks in the castle wandering around freely, not afraid of people at all.
It is one of the oldest buildings. It has a good view from the top. There are many historic sites, the structure of the castle is also exquisite, winding roads. Many people come here to watch the sunset, but they don't wait to go straight away. I don't know what kind of scenery it will be.
Castelo de S&_o Jorge, the highest point in the Alpha District, was one of the most important monuments in Lisbon in the fifth century and one of the oldest buildings in Lisbon as well. The castle was built at the highest point in the Afama region, and there is still a small area called Santa Cruz in the castle. Standing at the highest point in Alpha, looking down on the whole old city and the broad river Terra from above... There are still a lot of visitors here. A handsome man is still improvising at the highest point. It's very interesting [Saint Jorge Castle] scenic spot location: R. de Santa Cruz do Castelo 1100-129 Lisboa Transportation: bus 737, tram 12E and 28E to Castelo station after walking for 5 minutes, or by subway to Baixa station after walking for about 20 minutes tickets: adults 7.5 euros; people over 65 years old for 4 euros; 10 years old; Free opening hours for children and local residents are 9:00-18:00 (November-February) 9:00-21:00 (March-October) Ulysses Tower: 10:00-17:00 (depending on weather conditions). Half an hour before closure, the Ulysses Tower will be closed on January 1, May 1 and December 25.
History can be traced back to the Visigoth era. Some of the early walls were built by the Visigoths, and visitors could overlook the entire Lisbon landscape. The Teju River runs outside the fence. When visibility is good, landmarks can be seen from Alpha to Futurist castles and suspension bridges, as well as the open-air ruins of the Carmo Church in the city centre. From the time of Saint Denis to the time of Manuel, the castle was always a palace. Gorgeous gardens, quiet ponds, leisurely swans and peacocks decorate the inner city with elegance and luxury. The castle was occupied successively by Romans, Visigoths, Moors and Christians, and was repeatedly regarded as the centre of Portuguese military, government and administrative organs. In 1940, Salazar ordered the demolition of all buildings since Manuel. Most of the castles we see today were built during the Salazar period. The buildings and walls were built of stone left over from the original castle. Opening time: March to October 9:00-21:00; November to February 9:00-18:00. Tickets are 7.5 Euros.