I didn't go to the elevator specifically. I accidentally passed by on the way to the Arc de Triomphe in Augusta. It was a surprise not to queue up in the morning and not to buy tickets if the subway was open 24 hours a day. The elevator itself is not big, the top view is very good, the scenery is very beautiful, you can see the monastery, the Rosio Square, and the Arc de Triomphe very clearly.
The elevator is actually an old elevator, like pulling iron fence doors, it has to queue up for a long time. If you don't want to take the elevator, walk up the path behind the elevator and you can walk to a small street. There is a suspension bridge through the top floor of the elevator. It can go to the top floor of the elevator for free. It can also overlook the whole Lisbon, but there are wires around it. It's not very good to take pictures. It's only 1.5 euros for you to climb the top viewing platform. The top-level viewing platform is still worth visiting. Overlooking the whole Lisbon, the blue sky, white clouds, white walls and red tiles are very beautiful.
The Santa Husta elevator is also a well-known small point. Passing Freedom Avenue is said to have been designed by a designer with the Eiffel Tower. The style is very special. If you want to pedal the tower, you need to queue up. Take the elevator straight up and down, overlooking Lisbon. But because there were too many people standing in line to pedal the tower, we didn't get on it, so it was a trip here.
This is an old vertical elevator in the center of Lisbon. It's actually the oldest elevator. This is a popular attraction in Lisbon. There are many people queuing up for sightseeing every day. Standing on the platform on the top of the elevator, you can overlook the whole old city of Lisbon, which is very good and worth visiting.
Santa Hutas Elevator is located in the old city of Lisbon. It is a more than 100-year-old elevator, which is of great historical significance. Of course, here you can not only experience the historical significance of Santa Hutas elevator, take the elevator to the top floor, then go to the viewing platform, you can overlook the whole old city of Lisbon, very beautiful and spectacular, very worth experiencing. In addition, it costs 1.5 Euros to go to the viewing platform, but it's worth it. It's recommended to go there and have a look. As for tickets, I think I can buy a one-day card ticket in Lisbon, which is only a little more expensive than the ticket for a single Santa Hutas lift, but I can also take other buses in Lisbon, including the Tinker Train, which is very economical. In short, this is absolutely Lisbon's must experience, strongly recommended!
Located on the east side of Karmo Monastery, Elevador do Carmo is Lisbon's only elevator open to the public. Raoul Mesnier Du Ponsard, a student of Alexandre Gustave Eiffe, opened on July 10, 1902 and became a good place to enjoy Lisbon's street scenery. Overlooking the busy streets of Largo do Carmo and Baixa Pombalina, the city of Seven Hills is also full of long crowds of tourists queuing to the top every day. In 1907, the elevator was changed from steam power to electric power and was appraised as a national historical monument in 2002, although the elevator is right next to the hotel. But Lisbon friends repeatedly said,'It's enough to take a picture of the pickpocket's base at night. Don't rush to give money to the pickpocket'. We punched a card when we passed by, that's enough
To a city, I like to climb the highest part of the city, although there is a long queue, but I have visited it for two consecutive days. One-day bus tickets can be used, on which you can see the beautiful Lisbon, the castle in the distance, the sea, the red and white houses. In a word, it is very worthy of queuing.
Elevador de Santa Justa, Lisbon's only vertical elevator, is located at the end of Rua de Santa Justa Street, connecting the lower streets of Bombar with the higher Kalmou Square, which is about 200 metres from Rosio Square. This steel elevator is 45 meters high and has a new Gothic decoration. Each floor has different styles. The spiral staircase leads to the top floor, which has a balcony for viewing the Castle of St. Jorge, Rossio and Bombar downtown. Scenic spots: Rua de Santa Justa 103, 1100 Lisboa, Portugal Traffic takes Metro Azul/Verde Line to Baixa/Chiado or Rossio Station, then walks 150 metres northwest to reach ticket elevator up and down 5 euros, Scenic Observatory 1.5 euros, Viva Viagem Card, 7 Colinas, Yellow Bus, Lisbon Card can use open-time elevator: 7:00-22:00:00（ October to May next year, 21:45 is the last admission time; 7:00-23:00 (June to September and Easter, 22:45 is the last admission time) viewing platform: 8:30-20:30 every day