Tram 28 touristy things to do in Lisbon




Religious Location

Sé de Lisboa

Lisbon’s iconic cathedral

Absolutely Wonderful

Why You'll Love It

If you’ve seen photos of Lisbon, you’ve probably seen one of Tram 28 passing an ancient cathedral. Sé, constructed in the 12th century, was heavily damaged in the earthquake (the roof fell on parishioners), but much of it was restored in the early 20th century. 

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The Details


Lisbon Cathedral, Largo da Sé, Lisbon, Portugal



Know Before You Go

Do make sure that you’re dressed modestly (if your shoulders are bare, pack a pashmina; remove your hat)

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