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The port of Lisbon is the main maritime transport terminal of the country. Located in the confluence of the Tajo River with the Atlantic Ocean it is a strategic place for its geographical positioning for the international trade.

The city is also located in a strategic point for cruise routes and has three cruise terminals very close to the center of the city. In addition it has the Jardim do Tabaco dock, a new infrastructure for cruises.

The capital of Portugal, which metropolitan area reaches almost 3 million inhabitants is the real center of tourism in the country.

Its hustle and its luminosity makes it a very special place. Between the hills and the sea, Lisbon shines looking to the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the most important places to visit are Castle of San Jorge, Alfama’s Neighborhood, the cathedral and the convent do Carmo. Also Belem’s zone, where to taste its famous and delicious scums, the Monastery of the Jerónimos; la Baixa and its shops; the High Neighborhood; the Elevador de Santa Justa and el Teatro Nacional Doña María II; el Chiado; and the Oceanographic.

In this city, tourist resources are inexhaustible. The tourist experience of calling at the Cruise Port of Lisbon should be accompanied by its delicious gastronomy. It is convenient to taste its ‘ porco á alentejana ‘; el caldo verde; its ‘bacalhau’, prepared of multiple ways or its ‘ queijo da serra ‘, as well as the delicious wines of the Alentejo.