The Graça District is one of Lisbon's oldest suburbs, located on top of her highest hill, a few blocks north-east of the Castelo de Sao Jorge and just up the hill from São Vincente de Fora Monastery. The neighborhood, which centers around the Largo da Graça (the number 28 TRAM stops here), boasts some of the most spectacular views in Lisbon. The most famous viewpoint is the Miradouro Nossa Senhora do Monte and da Graça, which offers up the whole of central Lisbon and the castle to the north.
Regras da Casa
The Graça District is reached by walking up through the narrow streets of Mouraria (an African Alfama without the tourists and boutiques). Graça itself is a charming place whose own narrow streets are…
Graça offers easy access to bus, tram and underground and is within walking distance of most of Lisbon's hotspots.