Graça is one of the highest neighbourhoods in Lisbon and home to two of Lisbon most popular viewpoints, Miradouro Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen (commonly known as Miradouro da Graça) and Miradouro da Senhora do Monte.
As tourists broadened their expanse, they started to find their way into the hills of Graça. As a result of this increasing popularity, the town has seen many co-working spaces open up throughout the neighbourhood.
Graça is a centrally located Lisbon neighbourhood located at São Vicente, with good access to busses, trams, and the metro network. If you prefer more organic transport, a short walk will take you to many of Lisbon’s popular attractions.
Walking distance to the centre, coffee shops, coworking, bars, restaurants and traditional neighbourhood feel. On 28 Tram and near Indentente metro. Lots of hills though - but worth it for the great views! - Molly, April 2021
Graça • you exercise every day cos its one of the highest parts of Lisbon • amazing park • still very authentic in restos & pastelarias • some of the best street [art] views • easy to reach with tram28 & bus • etc... - Véro, July 2021
Looks local but less tourists than Alfama, has a cool vibe, is still close to the centre and has cafes and coworking to work from. - Rosanna, August 2020
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