This Lisbon castle sits at the top of a steep hill in the city's Alfama district. Streetcars don't go directly to the castle, but the steep walk is worth it. The Romans, Visgoths, and Moors all built sections of the fortification over the years. Most of the castle is now in ruins, but you can walk along the ramparts for fabulous views of the city.
Looking past one of the castle's cannons, you can see the Convento do Carmo.
Lisbon's raven coat of arms.
Peacocks run wild all over the grounds...
...including blocking the door to the castle's cafe!