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You have to get a ticket to go inside (3€), but the gardens and the cellar are for free. The inside has been left empty, though there are very beautiful tiles (mismatched unfortunately) worth to see. The gardens are quite simple but pleasant.
Palácio do Marquês de Pombal is located in Oeiras is one of the most iconic attractions of the this town.
One can enjoy the magnificent gardens of the palace for a walk, relax play with the kids and just visit the palace built in the...More
The palace and surrounding area are must visit. Check for special programs, plays, concerts, re-enactments, light shows, definitely worth visiting.
This was the summer house of the Marquis de Pombal, the prime minister in the XVIII century who was responsible for the reconstruction plans for...More
Has a nice large garden with the powerful fountain that reminds you have a Gaudi structure from Barcelona. The palace interior is impressive with nice tiles and ceilings. Only shame is the lack of interior furniture but that is a result of historical circumstances. If...More
Make sure you go down the well and keep going till you come out of the bottom in the waterfalls. It is so magical. 90% of time in garden 10% in house. The house is beautiful too though. Don't drive there as it is a...More
Very nice example of XVIII architecture.
Currently under renovation therefore not at its full splendor.
Gardens are very interesting however fountains are off waiting renovations so not at its full great look yet.
No charge to visit gardens is certainly a plus.
Can't wait to...More
Nice day trip, low cost admission (3euros) and beautiful tile work in every room. The ceilings are also noteworthy. The palace has only be open to the public for a year. It is empty inside with no furniture in the rooms. The gardens are very...More
Response from Lorenzoni | Reviewed this property |
No you have to negotiate stirs to go in and to see the lower part and the garden .
It was built in the years of the XVIII century where people did not think about it
I think even Windsor was built like it