Lisbon

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In Entrecampos
11 reviews
It houses modern works of art by contemporary Portuguese and international artists from 1910 to the present day, including Vieira da Silva, Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso and José de Almada Negreiros. — Michelin Guide
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Belem
7 reviews
This magnificent 16C Hieronymite monastery was built in 1502 and is a glorious result of the great discoveries of the period. — Michelin Guide
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The Belem District
6 reviews
A monument to Portugal's great military and naval past, the tower stands on or near the spot where the caravels once set out across the sea. — Frommer's
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The Belem District
5 reviews
Once located in Sintra, this astonishing 20th-and-21st-century-art collection now wonderfully serves as the main attraction at the massive Centro Cultural de Belém. — Afar Magazine
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Graca & Alfama
6 reviews
Begun in the 17C, the church was never completed. In the form of a Greek cross, it is now surmounted by a cupola, inaugurated in 1966. — Michelin Guide
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Graca & Alfama
4 reviews
The ramparts offer panoramic views of the city's layout as far as the towering Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge. — Fodor's
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Near Jardim Zoologico
3 reviews
A collection of some 2,000 animals, occupies a flower-filled setting. — Frommer's
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Rato, Lapa & Santos
4 reviews
At this museum, paintings, sculptures, furniture, ceramics, and more capture Portugal’s riveting history from the Middle Ages through the 19th century — Condé Nast Traveler
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Belem
4 reviews
Portugal's fairy-tale coach museum used to be located in former royal stables. — Travel + Leisure
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Baixa, Rossio & Restauradores
5 reviews
Roman remains were discovered on this site in 1991 in the basement of the Banco Comercial Português — Michelin Guide
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Graca & Alfama
4 reviews
Lisbon certainly doesn’t lack for stunning plazas, but perhaps the most important—the grandest of them all—is Praça do Comércio — Condé Nast Traveler
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Belem
5 reviews
This immense building, completed in 1992, plays a prominent role in Lisbon's and Portugal's cultural life — Michelin Guide
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Bairro Alto, Chiado & Baixa
5 reviews
Contemporary-art fans flock to Museu do Chiado, housed in the strikingly converted Convento de São Francisco. — Lonely Planet
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The Belem District
8 reviews
The Calouste Gulbenkian Planetarium is open to the public all year. — Frommer's
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Castelo, Alfama & Mouraria
3 reviews
In the 17th-century Azurara Palace, the Museum-School of Decorative Arts has objects that date from the 15th through 19th century. — Fodor's
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Parque das Nacoes
3 reviews
This giant study centre dedicated to marine life is also an institution committed to preserving the underwater world. — Michelin Guide
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3 reviews
Highlights of the permanent collections include unique maps and charts from the golden age of Portuguese maritime exploration and stunning Chinese and Japanese painted screens. — Fodor's
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Bairro Alto, Bica & Cais do Sodré
3 reviews
The Museum of Pharmacy, within an old palace, covers more than 5,000 years of pharmaceutical history, from prehistoric cures to the fantastic world of fictive potions à la Harry Potter. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
The 18/19C residence of the monarchs Louis and Maria Pia from 1862 onwards, this palace contains a profusion of 19C furniture, tapestries, statues, paintings and decorative objects. — Michelin Guide
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2 reviews
These gardens, designed by Robillon in the style of Le Nôtre, are enlivened by sculpted box, cypresses, statues and flowerbeds set around water features — Michelin Guide
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