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Best things to do in Lisboa

Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“Torre de Belém. The defensive tower at Belém is a jewel of the Manueline architectural style, combining Moorish, Renaissance and Gothic elements in a dazzling whole. At the time of its construction, the tower stood on an island in the river Tejo, about 200 m (650 ft) from the northern riverbank, and so commanded the approach to Lisbon more fully than it does today. The land between the tower and the Jerónimos monastery has since been reclaimed from the river. Even if you do not plan to visit the inside (I never did it) it’s still worth the trip just for the walk near the river and the view from outside. While you are in the zone you can visit also the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, the Centro Cultural de Belém and the museum Berardo. Do not miss to taste the Pasteis de Belém in Rua Belém 84-92 (avoid rush hours)”
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Cultural Center
“Museum, music, theatre, opera, dance, cinema, exhibitions - in short, all things cultural. ”
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History Museum
“Lisbon's National Coach Museum features one of the most prominent horse-drawn carriage collections in the world. Extremely surprising and worthwhile.”
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Museum
“The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a contemporary art museum in Lisbon, Portugal that crosses three areas in a space of debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue.”
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Museo de arte
“Museu Colecção Berardo Arte Moderna e Contemporânea One of the world’s largest and richest collections of modern art was accumulated by business mogul José Berardo. The museum boasts about 1,000 works, from canvas and sculpture to video installations. Praça do Império (near the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos 10am–7pm daily (to 10pm Sat).”
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Science Museum
“Maritime Museum - The story of Portugal's pioneering role in world exploration at the sea. (Closed Mondays)”
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Planetarium
“Daily sessions to get to know all about the sky, the stars and the constellations”
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Medical Lab
“Biomedical research foundation created according to the will of late entrepreneur António Champalimaud. Great contemporary architecture next to the Tagus river.”
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Museo de arte
“Cerâmicas, alfaias agrícolas, trajes, instrumentos musicais, joalharia expoêm a diversidade das diferentes regiões de Portugal. Popular Art Museu: it exposes the diversity of Portugal regions.”
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Museum
“The Museum of the Presidency of the Republic was created with two main objectives. The first relates to civic pedagogy and aims to provide citizens in general and youth in particular accessible inform”
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Café
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“Beautiful and fancy restaurant, located at the riverfront, within a short distance from Belém tower and Padrão dos Descobrimentos, two of the city's major attractions.”
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Cultural Center
“The Belem Cultural Centre is a massive complex that hosts touring operas, ballets, art displays and is the permanent home of the excellent Berardo Museum . This museum is regarded as "The Berardo Museum" is one of Lisbon's best free tourist activities and often the sole reason why visitors enter the CCB”
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Restaurante italiano
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“This place has a premium location nearby the river, a topside pool and bar, also a good italian restaurant "terrazza". ”
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Museum
“Beutiful and new museum in Lisbon dedicated to Art, arquitecture and tecnology. Great experience, 100% recommended”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“Torre de Belem as it is a symbol of the portuguese conquests of the seas. It was built in the XV century as a defense post.”
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History Museum
“Founded in 1893, the former "Portuguese Ethnographic Museum" was installed in the former dormitory of the Jerónimos Monastery in 1903. It presents Portugal's rich archaeological heritage, with a valuable collection of jewelery, ceramics, sculpture and mosaics, mainly from Roman times. Many of the pieces are the result of archaeological excavations carried out between 1930 and 1960, but also of various donations, including by the Portuguese royal family. It also has pieces from ancient Egypt, but the main collection consists of artifacts from Portugal's prehistoric, Roman and medieval periods. It tells the thousands-old story of the people who inhabited the current Portuguese territory.”
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