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Ranked #1 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Symphonies; Concerts
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Ranked #2 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Aquariums
Owner description: Opened in 1998, the Oceanário was the centerpiece of the XXth Century's last World Fair, themed "The Oceans, a Heritage for... more » Owner description: Opened in 1998, the Oceanário was the centerpiece of the XXth Century's last World Fair, themed "The Oceans, a Heritage for the Future", and eternally binds Lisbon to the Oceans.MissionThe Oceanário’s mission is to promote knowledge of the oceans and bring up the public about the duty of protecting natural heritage, through changing their daily habits.While walking through impressive and unforgettable exhibits, visitors are encouraged to learn fascinating things about the oceans and, more importantly, how to make decisions in their daily lives that actively promote the conservation of nature. « less
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Ranked #3 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Art Museums; Ballets; Concerts; Symphonies

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am to 5:45 pm. Closed on Mondays and on the following holidays: Jan. 1, Easter Sunday, May 1, and Dec. 25. Web: http://www.museu.... The Calouste... more »

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Ranked #4 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Lookouts; Observation Decks/ Towers
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Ranked #5 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Aquariums
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Ranked #6 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #7 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Neighborhoods
This is the fashionable shopping district in Lisbon.
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Ranked #8 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Art Museums; Specialty Museums

Hours:   Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 18pm Last entry: 17h30 pm. Closed: Mondays, Easter Sunday and the holidays: New Year’s Day, May 1 and Christmas Day. The word “azulejo” means... more »

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Ranked #9 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Religious Sites; Concerts; History Museums; Architectural Buildings

São Roque Church   The São Roque Church (Saint Roch Church – patron saint of those sick with the plague) is located at Largo Trindade Coelho. The Jesuits built the church in 1574... more »

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Ranked #10 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Religious Sites
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Ranked #11 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Bridges
Owner description: Named after the famous 15th-century explorer, Vasco da Gama, this immense cable-stayed bridge across the Tagus River is... more » Owner description: Named after the famous 15th-century explorer, Vasco da Gama, this immense cable-stayed bridge across the Tagus River is eleven miles long, and punctuated with more than seven miles of bridges and viaducts. « less
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Ranked #12 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Neighborhoods
Owner description: Wonderful sights delight walkers at every turn in this culturally rich and charming part of Lisbon, which through its... more » Owner description: Wonderful sights delight walkers at every turn in this culturally rich and charming part of Lisbon, which through its architecture reminds visitors of its Visigothic roots, Arabic influence and fishing port heritage. « less
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Ranked #13 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #14 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Science Museums
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Ranked #15 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Monuments/ Statues
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Ranked #16 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Neighborhoods
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Ranked #17 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Zoos; Gardens
The Lisbon Zoo features 2,000 animals and a dolphin show.
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Ranked #18 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Neighborhoods; Historic Walking Areas; Historic Sites; Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
A 16th-century tower which serves as a monument to Portugal's Age of Discovery on both land and sea.
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Ranked #19 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Monuments/ Statues
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Ranked #20 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Art Museums
Owner description: Considered to house the best collection of Portuguese and European art, this museum features works by Gonclaves, Bosch,... more » Owner description: Considered to house the best collection of Portuguese and European art, this museum features works by Gonclaves, Bosch, Raphael and more. « less
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Ranked #21 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Religious Sites
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Ranked #22 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #23 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: One of the biggest squares in Europe, this stylish area in downtown Lisbon often displays beautiful works of art and... more » Owner description: One of the biggest squares in Europe, this stylish area in downtown Lisbon often displays beautiful works of art and sculpture, and is a great place for a leisurely stroll. « less
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Ranked #24 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites

São Vicente de Fora Monastery The São Vicente de Fora Monastery is located in Largo de São Vicente, in the Alfama district. The name means "Monastery of St. Vincent Outside the... more »

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Ranked #25 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Sports Complexes
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Ranked #26 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Religious Sites
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Ranked #27 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Specialty Museums
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Ranked #28 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Castles; Historic Sites

St. George’s Castle On top of the highest hill in Lisbon sits St. George’s Castle. The area is called the Alfama. The castle started out as a 5th century Visigothic fort. Then the... more »

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Ranked #29 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #30 of 217 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Owner description: Lisboa Story CentreMemories of the CityBuilt on the hills bathed by the Tagus, and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Lisboa is... more » Owner description: Lisboa Story CentreMemories of the CityBuilt on the hills bathed by the Tagus, and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Lisboa is a fascinating mosaic of memories, stories and influences that still mark the urban landscape of this unique city.The various events that make up its history and some of its protagonists are now presented at Lisboa Story Centre, where all who visit the Portuguese capital are invited to make a trip back in time and discover memories of Lisboa, since its foundation until present day.Located in Terreiro do Paco, this interactive technology-based facility relates the main events in the city from past to present.In a playful and interactive way whilst respecting the historical accuracy that a city with Lisboa's past deserves, this interpretation centre takes visitors on a 60 minute journey through space and time with an audio guide system presenting historically accurate events and dramatic scenes of the city's different eras.The tour is organized into six main sections: Lisboa: Myths and Realities, which covers the River, Land, Sea, Sky, Early mythology, settlers and conquerors and the City Walls.This is followed by the section Lisboa: Global City, which presents the Cosmopolitan City, the Warehouse of the World, Beyond the Horizon, the Flying Priest, Magnificent City, Death and Politics and the Church. The section focusing on November 1755, All Saints Day, addresses the earthquake and the city in ruins, passing on to the core vision of Pombal, who introduces Modern City Planning in the postearthquake period and the Reconstruction of the City. And finally, the Terreiro do Paco section, which focuses on the Public Square: Politics and Leisure.The 1755 earthquake is shown in a sensory theatre experience that captivates all visitors.You can extend your tour with a visit to the 1st floor where visitors can play with an interactive scale model that recreates the centre of Lisboa, allowing you to visualise predetermined events and the places where they occurred. « less
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