Lisbon is a Tall Ships Races regular – it’s welcomed the fleet after the first race leg six times already. In 2016, the city was a host port for the seventh time.
This captivating, cobble-stoned city sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It faces the sea, and cleverly uses water as one of the city’s defining elements.
Lisbon overlooks the Tagus River (Rio Tejo) and captivates its many visitors with its Gothic cathedrals, Roman and Moorish ruins, majestic monasteries, quaint museums, and a plethora of sunny cafes. Lisbon’s lamp-lit old quarters will transport you back in time, while the newer parts of the town reveal an undeniably youthful spirit, with vibrant bars, clubs and street parties.
Take in the yellow trams that pass through Lisbon’s streets, visit the beautiful grand plazas, and get gloriously lost exploring the narrow lanes.