The April 25 Bridge stands right on the River Tagus, in the metropolitan area of Lisbon, Portugal. Officially name at the time as Salazar Bridge, it was built by Salazar in 1960, and was designated its current name after the Revolution of April 25, 1974, which restored democracy in all of Portugal. It has an imposing aspect, with a steel construction that extends almost 2 kilometers. The bottom was recently renovated to house train tracks and such. You can also cross the river by boat and on the other side stands the statue of Christ the King.
Enjoy the place of the Sapa pastrys, the view of the Palácio da Vila, or the Town city Hall. Don't miss the Parque da Liberdade and enjoy the modern art during the walk.
Try to go to the Fonte Mourisca, a fountain from 1922 that has a beautiful sound effect: if you put yourself in the middle and you talk, you'll hear in stereo!! Now try to sing!!