37 Best Landmarks of Portugal You’ll Love

From stunning bridges to buildings adorned with colourful tiles to perhaps the world’s most colourful palace, Portugal is a country that is filled with interesting and historic places to see.

Here are 37 Landmarks of Portugal that have earnt a place on your bucket list.

It is a double decker iron arc bridge that sits over the River Douro. It opened in 1886 and at th etie was the longest bridge of its kind, spanning 172 metres.

Dom Luis Bridge, Porto


The palace is well known for its multi colours – lilac, burnt red, canary yellow and its romantic style.

Pena National Palace, Sintra


This beautiful monastery was built in the style of Manueline architecture and is quite stunning. Don’t miss the lovely cloister inside.

Jeronimos Monastery, Lisbon


Commissioned in 1153 by King Alfonso Henriques, this monastery has had a lively history.

Alcobaca Monastery, Alcobaca


Its exterior stone carvings are its most attractive characteristic so Belem Tower is best seen from the land or from the water. The top floor has some decent views.

Belem Tower, Lisbon


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