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Lisbon is famous throughout the world for it's observation platforms due to the fact that city is located on the territory of seven high hills.
One can argue for a long time, which of the many viewing platforms of Lisbon is the most breathtaking and beautiful. However, the observation deck with a garden is the only Jardim do Torel.
One of the many viewing platforms of Lisbon, the Jardim do Torel has an advantage - there is almost no any information about the place, so very few people know about it. The Observation deck is visited mainly by locals and rare travelers.
The Jardim do Torel is equipped with tables and benches. The stunning view, opening from the site to the huge city evokes a delightfull feeling.
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See sunset at Jardim do Torel
The viewing platform of Jardim do Torel has two advantages - stunning views and minority of people informed about this place.FREE3
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More places to visit in Lisbon
Chafariz do Vinho Winery
Chafariz do Vinho - literally translated as fountain of wine — the best place to taste the world wide famous Portuguese wines.3
Elevador di Santa Justa
Many guests of the city like to see the beautiful panoramic views, but the best place for such activity is undoubtedly Elevador-di-Santa Jousta.7
Confectionery Pasteis de Belem
Lisbon pastry by Pasteis de Belem (Pasteis de Belem), for many yearstakes 15th place in the top of the most delicious delicacies of the world according to The Guardian.2
Sad and sentimental music so-called "Fado" — is the national treasure of Portugal and cultural heritage of humanity according to UNESCO.3
The garden nearby Basilica da Estrela
The official opening of the garden Jardim da Estrela nearby Basilica da Estrella took place more than 150 years ago and bekame a national historycal monument of architecture.5