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Reviewed today via mobile

We had a lovely day with the family weather beautiful lovely photos we recommend the place very easy to go we use took took it was a great fun but also you can try no 15 tram

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Reviewed today

What a beautiful castle - absolutely magic. Set in the water, with crashing waves all around. Feels like a fairy tale. The light at sunset is so beautiful, highly recommended, you can't not love it!

Thank Laileyw
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a monument that has great historical value although it is not especially beautiful in itself. You therefore need to read up on it before you go and take it along during a it walk near the waterfront.

Thank Leen1404
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Reviewed yesterday

We found Belem to be the least interesting area of Lisbon and wish we had skipped the entire area. A couple of monuments and a monastery are not worth the time it takes to get to Belem especially if you don't have a great deal of time in the city

Thank panter
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Read the reviews and didn’t queue to go inside. One of a number of sights you can target in a half day ... marina/monastery and custard cakes

Thank louiseh263
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Belem has so much to offer the visitor from its tower, churches to its iconic sculpture of Henry the Navigator gazing out to sea. Lovely bars and restaurants abound with great ice cream and casual dining and snacks. And of course the famous Pasteis de Belem, the famous custard tarts housed in an exquisite blue tiled restaurant make Belem worth the trip. It is only 20 minutes from the centre of Lisbon

Thank PaulaGalvin
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Reviewed yesterday

Managed to sneak away for a conference I was attending, walked along the water from the bridge all the way to this attraction and piece of Lisbon history. It was a nice sight from the outside, it was just a shame I came late, after working hours, to see the inside, especially since the price was reasonable. I'll have to plan accordingly next time.

Thank danielsimac
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited past sundown and the place was empty except for a few locals jogging along the coast. The tower itself is majestic from the outside, plenty of sea birds in the area make for a beautiful view. Didn't get a chance to tour inside. Recommend trying to hit the place at sunset, and walk to nearby Pasteis de Belem for a sweet treat afterwards!

Thank UDCAKC
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Built 500 years ago in the middle of the Tagus River this tower served as a fortress which became the starting point from which the navigators set out to discover the trade routes. The tower is now close to shore as the Tagus River has narrowed through the ages. It is a very interesting Manueline structure very much worth seeing for its historical value.

Thank jamusaba
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Very cool, worth the travel out to see it. We didn't go into the tower. All we needed to see was outside :)

Thank Laoise D
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