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Ranked #151 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Parks; Sports Complexes; Outdoors
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Ranked #152 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #153 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #154 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #155 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Theaters; Cultural
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Ranked #156 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #157 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Neighborhoods; Cultural
Owner description: Lisbon's neighborhood known for its lively nightspots, especially if you're looking for dancing and music until the wee... more » Owner description: Lisbon's neighborhood known for its lively nightspots, especially if you're looking for dancing and music until the wee hours. « less
Ranked #158 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
Statue commemorates one of the most famous doctors in Portugal during the 1800s.
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Ranked #159 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: History Museums; Museums
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Ranked #160 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Owner description: An old cinema from the 30's converted to a theater.On the first floor there's an amazing bar with a permantent agenda of live... more » Owner description: An old cinema from the 30's converted to a theater.On the first floor there's an amazing bar with a permantent agenda of live music, poetry readings, story-tellers « less
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Ranked #161 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
Ranked #162 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Convention Centers; Cultural
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Ranked #163 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Art Museums; Museums
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Ranked #164 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Theaters; Cultural
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Ranked #165 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #166 of 183 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Malls; Landmarks
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Category: Performances; Theaters & Stadiums
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Category: Tours; Cultural
Owner description: Rafting is a white water sport: the rapid descent of rivers in inflatable boats called rafts. Rafting on Paiva River has for... more » Owner description: Rafting is a white water sport: the rapid descent of rivers in inflatable boats called rafts. Rafting on Paiva River has for you 10 km strong emotion and adventure, with all the security you need. Rio Paiva is considered Portugal's best river for rafting. Considered one of Europe's cleanest rivers, allows a very direct contact with nature and can feel the force of water brave, especially during high flow. Depending on your flow, promises great rush up to those who practice this sport. You can supplement this program with more activities: Trekking, Abseiling and drop bridge falling (Pendulum) or Paintball. « less
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Owner description: The largest garden in the center of Lisbon, ideal for walks, play sports, have lunch or be with friends. Occupies the area of... more » Owner description: The largest garden in the center of Lisbon, ideal for walks, play sports, have lunch or be with friends. Occupies the area of 11 football fields and has 2.7 km of perimeter. « less
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Owner description: The Casa da Achada - Mario Dionisio Centre was founded in Lisbon in September 2008 by a group of over fifty of Mario... more » Owner description: The Casa da Achada - Mario Dionisio Centre was founded in Lisbon in September 2008 by a group of over fifty of Mario Dionisio's friends, relatives, former students and teaching assistants, connoisseurs and scholars of his work. It opened to the public in September 2009. The Mario Dionisio Centre, which is housed in Casa da Achada, preserves his literary and artistic assets, his personal archive as well as the library he shared with his wife, Maria Leticia Clemente da Silva. This documentation centre has over 6,000 books and 300 periodicals and may be consulted by appointment. The documentation centre library catalogue is available online. As a cultural centre in Lisbon, where the writer, painter and teacher, was born (1916), lived and died (1993), Casa da Achada focuses on his personal interests and work. The public area is reserved for exhibitions, book readings, film projections, debates, workshops and social events that celebrate Mario Dionisio's life and work. There is also a well-stocked lending library catering to popular tastes in books. An updated catalogue is available online. « less
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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