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São Jorge Castle

São Jorge Castle

4.5/5191 Reviews
Historical Site
November 1st - February 28th, 9:00-18:00, March 1st - October 31st, 9:00-21:00, stop 30 minutes before closing (Local time)
Alfama

Alfama

4.5/5168 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Avenida da Liberdade

Avenida da Liberdade

4.5/5147 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Avenida da Liberdade, or Liberty Avenue, is an essential road in central Lisbon, in Portugal. It is a 300 foot wide road, 3500 foot long, with ten paths isolated by person on foot asphalts improved with gardens. It joins Restauradores Square with the Marquis of Pombal Square. The Liberdade Avenue and the Restauradores Square have its starting points in a public park, Passeio Publico, introduced in the region in 1764, made by Pombaline architect Reinaldo Manuel. At first encompassed by a high wall, the recreation center was patched up in the 1830s and 1840s by architect Malaquias Ferreira Leal, who presented another course of action of the verdure and also wellsprings, a cascade and statues.
Torre de Belem

Torre de Belem

4.6/5213 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
The Torre de Belem, or Belem Tower, was made back in the early 1500s. At one point constructed to function as a defensive tower, its sumptuous-looking facade features an outstanding example of Portugal's Manueline architecture with hints of Moorish influence visible in the balconies and arched windows. Explore the fascinating views on each of the four floors, from the vaulted cistern on the ground floor to the decorated terrace that adorns the highest floor. Go down into the dungeon to discover the cells that used to house prisoners, and climb the spiral staircase to the peak of the tower for a grand view of the surrounding area.
Museu Nacional do Azulejo

Museu Nacional do Azulejo

4.2/545 Reviews
Museum
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00, last entry time 17:30. Closed every Monday, December 25th, December 31st, January 1st, Easter, May 1st (Local time)
The Museu Nacional do Azulejo in Lisbon is perhaps Portugal's most important and distinct museum. Located in the 500 year old Monastery of the Mother of God, the museum's mission is simply "to collect, preserve, study and disseminate" the evolution and history of ceramics and tiles in Portugal. The aim of the museum is to display the greatness of Portuguese tile. With it's intricate and beautiful mosaic works, a quaint cafe, and national cultural artifacts, the Museu Nacional do Azulejo is a great destination for visitors and tourists.
Belém Tower

Belém Tower

4.5/5393 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Observation Deck
October - May 10:00-17:30, last admission time 17:00; May - September 10:00-18:30, last admission time 17:00, Monday, January 1 It is closed on Sunday, Easter Sunday, May 1, June 13 and December 25. (Local time)
Belém Tower is a classic landmark of the port of Portugal. It witnessed the voyage and separation of countless ships in Portugal during the Great Navigation era. The return and reunion was completed by Manuel I in commemoration of the arrival of Da Gama in India. Used as a customs, telegraph station, or even a lighthouse. The whole building of Belém Tower is arranged in an "L" shape with five floors. The whole tower is made of white marble and is a typical Manuel style building. The tower is surrounded by stone ropes, with stone knots, crosses and some stone carvings of plants and animals. It is very special.
Elevador Santa Justa

Elevador Santa Justa

3.9/539 Reviews
Other Places of Worship
Monday-Sunday 7:30-19:00 (Local time)
Featuring a design like that of the Eiffel Tower, the Elevador Santa Justa is the only vertical street elevator in Lisbon. It was designed by Raoul de Mesnier du Ponsard and was completed in 1902 to make movement between one part of the city and the other more practical. While initially a steam-powered device, the elevator switched to electric power in 1907. You can climb aboard one of the two cabins along with as many as 24 other passengers, and then you can set off on your 147-foot ride to the top of the neo-Gothic tower. There you can dine in a cafe and enjoy a great view of the city.
National Coach Museum

National Coach Museum

4.4/555 Reviews
Museum
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00 (17:30 stop admission), closed on Monday, January 1, May 1, Easter Sunday, Christmas (Local time)
 Beautiful artistry awaits you when you explore the National Coach Museum in Lisbon. You also have the thrill of viewing Belem Palace, home to Portugal's president. The museum is found in the historic Horse Riding Arena of the palace. Treat yourself to an uncommon experience when you go to a unique museum that contains the globe's best collection of historic coaches previously used by royalty. Some of the coaches showcase real gold materials. Look at the intricate designs of these coaches as you also appreciate the delicate paintings on the museum's ceiling.
Jerónimos Monastery

Jerónimos Monastery

4.6/5229 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Church
Winter October - the following year May 10:00-17:30 (last admission time 17:00), summer May - September 10:00-18:30 (last admission time 18:00), every Monday It will be closed on January 1st, Easter, May 1st, June 13th and December 25th. (Local time)
The Jeronimos Monastery is located in the prestigious Belem district. This magnificent white building is a prominent landmark of the port city. Together with the Church of the Order of the Knights of St. Mary, it is a masterpiece in the history of human medieval architecture. In 1983, together with the nearby Belém Tower, it was listed as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. The famous navigator Da Gama also sleeps here.
Monument to the Discoveries

Monument to the Discoveries

4.4/5325 Reviews
Monument
Summer (March-September) 10:00-19:00 (18:30 stop admission), which is not open every Monday in March; winter (October-February) Tuesday-Sunday 10:00 -18:00 (17:30 stop admission); not open on December 25th, January 1st, May 1st (Local time)
The nautical monument, also known as the Great Discovery Monument, stands beside the Empire Square, with its tall and straight posture and modern design, making it one of Lisbon's new landmarks. The monument was built to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of the prince of the dynasty, Don Alfonso Henry, with statues of Henry, Da Gama and many other sailors engraved on the sides, along with a number of voyagers who accompanied them, and Famous generals, missionaries and scientists in the history of Portugal, behind the monument is a large cross symbolizing religious beliefs.
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