Lisbon

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In Entrecampos
11 reviews
Surrounded by its own perfectly planned and maintained 17-acre park, the museum houses a huge collection, which begins chronologically, with Egyptian ceramics and sculptures. — Insight Guides
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Belem
7 reviews
This masterpiece of Manueline art is of dazzling sculptural richness, measures 55m across, and is laid out over two levels. — Michelin Guide
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The Belem District
5 reviews
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The Belem District
6 reviews
A postcard-perfect example of Manueline might, the four-story, UNESCO World Heritage–listed fortified tower hugging the river Tejo was designed in the early 16th century by Francisco de Arruda — Travel + Leisure
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Graca & Alfama
4 reviews
Locals speak of Saint George's Castle as the cradle of their city, and it might have been where the Portuguese capital began. — Frommer's
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Graca & Alfama
6 reviews
The large domed edifice immediately behind and below São Vicente is the former church of Santa Engrácia — Fodor's
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Rato, Lapa & Santos
4 reviews
Reflect the history of Portugal, in that they are all by Portuguese artists or painters who lived in Portugal or had connections with the country. — Michelin Guide
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Graca & Alfama
4 reviews
Located right on the river, Lisbon’s massive main square is home to a plethora of gorgeous 18th-century architecture, all built after the devastating 1755 earthquake — Afar Magazine
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Belem
4 reviews
In a former royal riding school with a gorgeous painted ceiling, the National Coach Museum has a dazzling collection of gloriously gilded horse-drawn carriages. — 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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Amoreiras & Campo De Ourique
3 reviews
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Near Jardim Zoologico
3 reviews
Covering 26ha, Laranjeiras Park is both a zoo and public garden. — Michelin Guide
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Castelo, Alfama & Mouraria
3 reviews
With its alleys (becos) cut by steps, Alfama has preserved the layout it had before the earthquake and renovation has not spoiled the original character of this quarter. — Michelin Guide
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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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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
Situated in undulating gardens dotted with water features (on which glide geese and ducks) and modern sculptures, this museum opened in 1995 to house the Gulbenkian Collection — Michelin Guide
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Belem
5 reviews
This massive cultural center is a haven of clean, modern architecture on the otherwise overwhelmingly Manueline waterfront. — Let's Go
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Baixa, Rossio & Restauradores
5 reviews
These vintage Remodelado streetcars, wooden and painted yellow, are a throwback to another era—and a great way to visit Belém — Condé Nast Traveler
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