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Mandatory visit for the understanding of Portuguese art from 1850 until the present day.
It houses the most relevant public collection, from the 12th to the 19th century. Painting, sculpture, silver, gold and jewellery, decorative arts – Portuguese, European, African and Oriental.
Climb up one of Lisbon’s iconic buildings for a unique view of the city. Open to the public since 9 August 2013, the Arch leaves Lisbon at your feet, literally.
UNESCO World Heritage, a cornerstone of Portuguese identity and an icon of a country historically moulded by its proximity to the ocean and its maritime discoveries of new worlds.
The Pavilion of Knowledge - Ciência Viva is an interactive science and technology museum, aims to stimulate scientific knowledge and promote scientific culture among all citizens.
Discover one of the great Lisbon palaces and its significant art collection spread magically around its halls and gardens. It’s worth getting off the regular tourist routes.
Come and discover this unique church and its history, which dates back to the reconquest of Lisbon and the centuries that followed right up to today.
Two seasonal restaurantes, "A Horta" and "A Mercearia", where one can find typical portuguese food, served in na unique and welcoming space
Discover the Museu do Aljube – Resistência e Liberdade whose name belies its aim: to remember and document the struggle against Portugal’s dictatorship.
Riding a bike in the city of the 7 hills seems impossible, but we can promise you that it will be unforgettable, our bicycles are electric, very easy to drive and eco-friendly.
Experience 5 star Lisbon tours with Your Friend in Lisbon. Great food and wine tours and walking tours with English speaking guides.
Visit this museum in Lisbon’s Campo Grande and discover an extraordinary collection produced by one of Portugal’s most creative minds.
The National Pantheon – or church of Santa Engrácia – is a grand Baroque building housing the tombs of the country’s most distinguished figures.
Came, and see, the Portuguese coast in the confort and safety of our boats. In Lisboa and in Cascais, Portugal By Sail has a vessel to fit your imagination.
Discover one of the most secret organisations in the world at the recently opened Museu Maçónico Português, where the symbols and meanings are unveiled.
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