The iconic area of Belém is home to some of Lisbon’s most important monuments and historical buildings. Here, a stop will be made at the iconic Monument to the Discoveries, one of the most photographed monuments in Lisbon. You can also view the Belém Tower that stands proudly on the side walk. The Jeronimos Monastery Church is a fine example of Portugal's own Manueline style of architecture. A stop will be made here for you to enjoy the Monastery and its grounds, or perhaps visit the Pasteis De Bélem, a famous Portuguese pastry house. The final stop will be made in the heart of downtown Lisbon. A short walk will take you to Black Horse Square, the largest square in Lisbon that offers a variety of restaurants and cafés. The bustling pedestrian street of ‘Rua Augusta’ is a popular shopping area with national and international brands.