The growth of the Portuguese capital is based on its economic function. Today, its industrial activity has overtaken its commercial role, long-lasting stronghold of its fortune. But Lisbon is also a very popular tourist destination and a place of great beauty. Lulled by the melancholic rhythm of the fado, the city no longer lives in its glorious past: trendy restaurants, outstanding boutiques, docks converted into nightclubs and unusual attractions draw visitors from all over the world. The historic districts have retained their allure, but they have also been able to keep in step with the times: discover the charm and the cultural mosaic of this unconventional capital with communicative energy!