Graça is one of Lisbon’s oldest neighborhoods which can be found at the top of the highest hill in Lisbon, just to the northeast of the castle São Jorge. The neighborhood of Graça is largely residential yet with plenty of attractions for visitors. In the main square the Largo da Graça you will find lots of local businesses such as cake shops, fruit stores, and cafes. As one of the highest parts of Lisbon the Graça district has become famous for its stunning viewpoints known as ‘Miradouros’. In Graça you will also find one of Lisbon’s oldest churches and the National Pantheon. Graça is just a short stroll, through winding antique streets, from the more famous Alfama neighborhood. Some of the attractions often considered to be in Alfama are just as accessible, if not more so, from Graça such as the Feira da Ladra flea market.