Alpriate Lisbon

Information about Alpriate

Alpriate is a district of the parish of Vialonga, belonging to the municipality of Vilafranca de Xira. It is located in the Natural Reserve of the Tejo estuary. This area is part of the metropolitan area of Lisbon, so pilgrims who make the starting point of the Portuguese Way from Lisbon, will have the impression that they have not left the city.

The history of the territory formed by the current neighbourhood of Alpriate dates back to the foundation and formation of the centre of Lisbon. Like the territory of the city, this area has been home and passage of prehistoric tribes of the Peninsula, Lusitanians, Romans, Arabs and Visigoths. Its current configuration and framework corresponds to the Contemporary Age and the growth of Lisbon’s urban space within its limits.

What to see and do in Alpriate

As it is a peripheral area of the city of Lisbon and Alpriate is constituted as a district of the parish of Vialonga, there are few attractions to be found in such a small area. However, in this case we have the presence and the inestimable value of the Tagus River.

Paseo del Tajo

The neighbourhood of Alpriate offers the possibility of getting to know the surroundings of the Tajo promenade and enjoy a pleasant stroll along it. Also, for the most curious and interested in urban issues, it offers the possibility of discovering how the metropolitan periphery of Lisbon is articulated.

Mapa de Alpriate