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Best things to do in Lissabon

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“Castelo. The view from under the umbrella pines on the Castle’s esplanade takes in Alfama, the Baixa, Bairro Alto on the hill opposite, and the river. The light here is particularly warm in the late afternoon, encouraging you to linger.”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“Torre de Belém. The defensive tower at Belém is a jewel of the Manueline architectural style, combining Moorish, Renaissance and Gothic elements in a dazzling whole. At the time of its construction, the tower stood on an island in the river Tejo, about 200 m (650 ft) from the northern riverbank, and so commanded the approach to Lisbon more fully than it does today. The land between the tower and the Jerónimos monastery has since been reclaimed from the river. Even if you do not plan to visit the inside (I never did it) it’s still worth the trip just for the walk near the river and the view from outside. While you are in the zone you can visit also the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, the Centro Cultural de Belém and the museum Berardo. Do not miss to taste the Pasteis de Belém in Rua Belém 84-92 (avoid rush hours)”
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Cultural Center
“Museum, music, theatre, opera, dance, cinema, exhibitions - in short, all things cultural. ”
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Konstmuseum
“You should visit Gulbenkian Museums (permanent exhibitions and probably the temporaries). The Gulbenkian Garden was designed by one of the best Portuguese landscape architects Ribeiro Teles and it has nice coffee shops where you can work. ”
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History Museum
“Lisbon's National Coach Museum features one of the most prominent horse-drawn carriage collections in the world. Extremely surprising and worthwhile.”
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Eventutrymme
“This lively and joyous market appeals to all - anti-materialists and consumerists. It has a strong local flavor because it has more variety of curios than similar European venues yet the sellers are more composed than those of African souks. Even the very old goods items or handicraft are quite affordable, not to mention ridiculous cheap second-hand clothes. Your new-old find will be a good quality price ratio, unique & environmentally friendly souvenir/gift. The downside: PLEASE, pretty PLEASE, do me and all shoppers a favor and don't forget to haggle.”
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Konstmuseum
“This museum has a beautiful Garden with view over the city and a good food for lunch. Next to a beautiful hidden local viewpoint. ”
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Allmän underhållning
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“Previously an industrial district of the city, it popped up a few years ago as an incredible "Cultural Factory". You must go there and browse around the architects' and designers' show rooms, fashion shops, coffee shops, restaurants and maybe attend an art exhibition or a concert in this extraordinary community of Arts!”
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Museum
“The Fado Museum tells a story hundreds of years old with the help of music, photographs, musical instruments, posters or typical costumes for an immersive journey through the heart of Lisbon.”
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Museum
“The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a contemporary art museum in Lisbon, Portugal that crosses three areas in a space of debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue.”
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Museum
“ The National Azulejo Museum is in walking distance -2,5 km from Vila Queiros. R. Me. Deus 4, 1900-312 Lisboa, The National Azulejo Museum There is no other building in all of Portugal that's completely dedicated to the tile art that can be seen all over the country. Housed in a 16th-century convent, the museum shows how azulejos tiles have evolved over time and it is full of surprises, including an unexpected chapel filled with intricate and beautiful artwork.”
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Nattklubb
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“At one point or another, every bar-hopper in Lisbon has visited Pensão Amor, at least to see the bold decor, if not for the drinks and socializing. Once a brothel, it comprises different rooms filled with bright decor, cushy seating, unique art, and a dancer’s pole. There is even a ‘library’ filled with erotic books. The back entrance opens to Pink Street, but entering from the front entrance at Rua Alecrim is much more impressive – the front room is decorated from floor to ceiling in bright colors and shocking artwork (the ceiling is even a work of art).”
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Konstmuseum
“Museu Colecção Berardo Arte Moderna e Contemporânea One of the world’s largest and richest collections of modern art was accumulated by business mogul José Berardo. The museum boasts about 1,000 works, from canvas and sculpture to video installations. Praça do Império (near the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos 10am–7pm daily (to 10pm Sat).”
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Kyrka
“Church of Santa Engrácia is the National Pantheon of Portugal and final burial location of many important Portuguese, including the poet Luís de Camões and the explorers Vasco da Gama and Henry the Navigator.”
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Historisk plats
“Once home to the royal family, it's a palace turned museum whose rooms still preserve the original layout and decoration.”
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Portugisisk restaurang
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“The church collapsed during a major earthquake. The church was constructed so well that only the ceiling in the central hall collapsed, everything else was in place. They tried to restore it, but then the funding was redirected to other churches (there was a lot of damage). Nowadays the church is turned into a small museum of antiquity: from the finds of the Stone Age, through the Roman Empire to the Middle Ages. As far as we can see, they periodically organize concerts in the central hall ”
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