Lisbon is the largest city located in the western extreme of Europe and the only capital that is right along the Atlantic Coast, while also being one of the oldest cities in the world and actually the oldest in Western Europe! Did you think that London or Paris are older? Lisbon is preceding them with hundreds of years, Julius Caesar first making it a municipium called Felicitas Julia. The city centre is a great location for you to stay in Lisbon because it is close to the most important attractions in tow, such as the Jeronimos Monastery which is the burial place of the grand explorer Vasco da Gama or the extravagant Berardo Museum which was build due to a Portuguese millionaire who provided the museum with many of Europe’s remarkable modern art works with signatures like the excentric Andy Warhol or the mysterious Picasso and Dali. And that’s not all to it! The entrance to the Berardo is also free! At a walking distance from the centre you can also find the world’s most expensive chapel! The 18th-century Chapel of St. John the Baptist is a sight that must not be missed when in Lisbon. If you have any questions or you need maps and advice you can easily solve these problems by simply asking at the newly installed Ask Me Centres with very friendly staff available! Moreover, it is very easy to visit Lisbon by using its very efficient public transportation that covers the entire city.If you are planning on using it a lot, you can consider purchasing a Lisboa Card, which offers free travels with the public transportation as well as free or discounted prices to most museums and galleries. Therefore, the city center of Lisbon promises not to disappoint as it makes available for you all sorts of activities for all ages and tastes.