Castelo de São Jorge: If you walk along the walls of the São Jorge Castle.
Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara: This is a garden located in the Bairro Alto district of Lisbon.
Passeio das Tágides: A place with a view but not one that relies on you having to scale new heights.
Miradouro das Portos do Sol: This hilltop terrace is a great spot to take in the vistas over the city.
Elevador de Santa Justa: The Santa Justa Elevator is perhaps the prime place to visit if you are looking for a scenic spot in the city.
Miradouro da Graça: This serene terrace is a favourite spot with locals and visitors alike.
Arco da Rua Agusta: Those who climb to the top of this ceremonial arch in Lisbon will without a doubt be well-rewarded for their troubles.
Parque Eduardo VII: The central park in Lisbon is known for its rolling hills and undulating lawns.
Miradouro de Santa Luzia: The views from this terrace stretch all the way to the National Pantheon building.
Sintra: Okay, so technically Sintra isn’t in Lisbon but right on the outskirts of the city.
Miradouro de Santa Catarina: If you prefer to linger as you take in a view, then this is the place for you.