Visit the Jerónimos Monastery – a luxurious and wealthy monastery built on tax money from the Indian trade. Here lived poor monks who sin-washed sailors coming abroad.
Witness the Manueline architecture and see where notable Portuguese personalities are buried. You will see marvelous stone carvings, monuments to prominent writers, and extraordinary designs distinctive to very few buildings worldwide.
Sit down in the 16th-century cloister and gaze into the former monks' refectory. This not only offers an exciting journey through Lisbon's past but also presents outstanding vistas of the Tagus River from the surroundings.