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Ranked #31 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #32 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #33 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks

The Discoveries Monument The Discoveries Monument is located at Avenida de Brasilia, in the Belem district. It is beside the Tagus River estuary. The monument was completed in... more »

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Ranked #34 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: Carris is pleased to make public its memories and its contribution to Lisbon's growth for more than a century. This city has... more » Owner description: Carris is pleased to make public its memories and its contribution to Lisbon's growth for more than a century. This city has developed along with its public transport system.The existence of the Museum has two distinct and complementary reasons. The first concerns the creation of a collection based on historical and valuable objects, to ensure a global and updated knowledge of the company. The second aspect is the exposure of patrimony in order to contribute to the cultural development of the community and also to consolidate the company's image among the public. Internally, the Museum enhances human performance of its staff by strengthening their professional integrity, thanks to a deeper knowledge of the company.Carris Museum allows the visitor to take a journey through time using documents and objects that are placed at their disposal: reports, photos, uniforms, transport tickets, workshop equipment, trams, buses... « less
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Ranked #35 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Other
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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Ranked #36 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields; Theaters & Stadiums
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Ranked #37 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Art Museums; Museums

Hours:   Monday to Friday: 1 pm to 5:30 pm Saturday: 10 am to 5:30 pm Closed: Sundays, Jan. 1, Holy Friday, May 1, Dec. 24 and 25. Antonio de Medeiros e Almeida lived between 1895... more »

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Ranked #38 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Bridges; Landmarks
Owner description: This suspension bridge across the Tagus River has the longest central span in Europe, at 1.5 miles. It also looks quite a bit... more » Owner description: This suspension bridge across the Tagus River has the longest central span in Europe, at 1.5 miles. It also looks quite a bit like San Francisco's famed "Golden Gate Bridge," though this one was named after the revolution. « less
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Ranked #39 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #40 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Museums

Hours:   Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00-18.00 Friday: 10.00-22.00 (Free entry from 18.00 to 22.00) Closed: Monday, 1 January and 25 December. Last admission to the Museum: 30 minutes... more »

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Ranked #41 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Museums
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Ranked #42 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #43 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Neighborhoods; Landmarks
Owner description: Located between Rossio and Praça do Comercio, this section is a shopper's paradise with several pedestrian streets. Location... more » Owner description: Located between Rossio and Praça do Comercio, this section is a shopper's paradise with several pedestrian streets. Location within walking distance of many of the must-see in Lisbon center. Public transports, including the famous tram 28 at the door. « less
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Ranked #44 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
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Ranked #45 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

Basilica Da Estrela The Basilica Das Estrela is located at Largo da Estrela. The construction of the church started in 1790. Queen Maria I was childless for many years and she... more »

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Ranked #46 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Owner description: Em estilo neo-manuelino, a estação ferroviária do Rossio é um incrível monumento, que se situa entre a Praça do Rossio e os... more » Owner description: Em estilo neo-manuelino, a estação ferroviária do Rossio é um incrível monumento, que se situa entre a Praça do Rossio e os Restauradores e foi desenhada pelo arquiteto José Luís Monteiro. As oito portas combinam com as nove janelas e com o relógio incrivelmente decorado, situado no cimo da fachada. « less
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Ranked #47 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: Entirely devoted to Lisbon's urban song universe, Museu do Fado opened its doors to the public on the 25 September 1998,... more » Owner description: Entirely devoted to Lisbon's urban song universe, Museu do Fado opened its doors to the public on the 25 September 1998, celebrating Fado’s exceptional value as an identifying symbol of the City of Lisbon, its deep roots in the tradition and cultural history of the country, its role in the cultural identity statement and its importance as an inspiration source and intercultural trade between people and communities. « less
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Ranked #48 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: The world-famous Maritime Museum in Belem has a children’s section as well as ship models. Portugal was a world leader in... more » Owner description: The world-famous Maritime Museum in Belem has a children’s section as well as ship models. Portugal was a world leader in maritime exploration (Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, etc.) « less
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Ranked #49 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #50 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: Located in the heart of Lisbon, this vibrant and colorful city square is bursting with flower vendors, shoppers and people... more » Owner description: Located in the heart of Lisbon, this vibrant and colorful city square is bursting with flower vendors, shoppers and people bustling to and from their jobs. « less
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Ranked #51 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Playgrounds; Parks; Outdoors
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Ranked #52 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
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Ranked #53 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
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Ranked #54 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Malls; Lookouts; Cultural
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Ranked #55 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
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Ranked #56 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks

Saint Engracia Church Saint Engracia Church is located at Largo de Santa Clara, in the Alfama district. The construction of this church started in 1682 and the architect was Joao... more »

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Ranked #57 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
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Ranked #58 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
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Ranked #59 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
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Ranked #60 of 184 attractions in Lisbon
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
Owner description: Located in Lisbon's Praca do Comercio at the waterfront, this imposing statue is of Don Jose, the Portuguese king at the time... more » Owner description: Located in Lisbon's Praca do Comercio at the waterfront, this imposing statue is of Don Jose, the Portuguese king at the time of the 1755 earthquake that devastated the city. « less
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