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Best things to do in Lissabon

Museum
“Beutiful and new museum in Lisbon dedicated to Art, arquitecture and tecnology. Great experience, 100% recommended”
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Museum
“I did not know the existence of this museum so far and what a shame! The entrance is very accessible (3 euros) and gives access to a collection full of rarities. Do not think you will see only jars and scales. It is indeed a collection that impresses by its comprehensiveness. There is a restaurant/esplanade​ that is open from Adamastor and is well known. It is to enjoy and enter the museum.”
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Historisk plats
“This is part of the circuit of the Water museum. You should visit the galleries”
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Konstmuseum
“Institution showcasing the work of 20th-century artists Arpad Szenes & Maria Helena Vieira da Silva.”
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Museum
“ The Museu de Lisboa, 18th century palace with beautiful gardens, which is the main branch of the museum that tells the story of Lisbon.”
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Konstgalleri
“It is only 1,6 km from hotel Vila Queirós. www.fress.pt The Ricardo Espirito Santo Foundation collection Situated in a corner of Miradouro das Portas do Sol in the 17th century Azurara Palace, this brilliant museum gives a picture of aristocratic life in the 18-19th centuries. Outside, in front of the museum, the Largo das Portas do Sol ("doorway to the sun") miradouro (viewpoint) affords a stunning panorama of the neighborhood and River Tagus. ”
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Museum
“A museum inside a park - an oasis in the middle of the city. Feed the ducks, see an exhibition, have a coffee and relax!”
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Museum
“Fabuloso museu e ruinas do Teatro Romano. Fabulous Museum and ruins of the Roman Theatre.”
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Konstmuseum
“Cerâmicas, alfaias agrícolas, trajes, instrumentos musicais, joalharia expoêm a diversidade das diferentes regiões de Portugal. Popular Art Museu: it exposes the diversity of Portugal regions.”
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History Museum
“The Water Museum, held by EPAL, SA – Empresa Portuguesa das Águas Livres, is made up of four spaces scattered throughout the city of Lisbon, all of them buildings related to the supply of water to the city of Lisbon, dating from the 18th and 19th centuries: the Águas Livres Aqueduct, the Mãe d’Água das Amoreiras Reservoir, the Patriarcal Reservoir and the Barbadinhos Steam Pumping Station.”
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Museum
“This is the Palace of president, with a presidential museum filled with artifacts exchange in diplomatic visits, paintings from all the country's Presidents, and other items related with the republic. It's a good place to bring your children for some history adventure. There is also a lovely garden in it, not so big, but stylish and well maintained. ”
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History Museum
“This is a really neat and great museum, with a wondrous collection of armory from a wide span of centuries, and stunning, beautiful celings and art work everywhere. A must see!”
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Cultural Center
“The Belem Cultural Centre is a massive complex that hosts touring operas, ballets, art displays and is the permanent home of the excellent Berardo Museum . This museum is regarded as "The Berardo Museum" is one of Lisbon's best free tourist activities and often the sole reason why visitors enter the CCB”
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College Academic Building
“A lovely inner garden, perfect for a beer and for having lunch during the spring and summer.”
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Museum
“Admire the view from the Miradouro da Graça with its wonderful views over central Lisbon and the Castle.”
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Kyrka
“ It is only 2 km from hotel Vila Queirós. The museum and church stand side by side, from the outside they are not impressive but the interior is one of the most stunning churches in the city. The church was commissioned by the Jesuits and designed by Filippo Terzi who also designed the São Vicente Church. As you enter the church you will not know where to look first. Above the nave is a painted wood ceiling and along the sides of the nave are eight chapels with splendid baroque art. The 16th century Jesuit church’s most famed attraction is the Chapel of Saint John created by Luigi Vanvitelli. The chapel was assembled in Rome using the most opulent materials like lapis lazuli, gold and alabaster then it was shipped to Lisbon and reassembled in 1747. The chapel is said to be the world’s most expensive. In the church sacristy are scenes depicting the lives of the Jesuit saints. The church also holds several sacred relics including a thorn from Jesus’ crown of thorns and a piece of wood said to have come from Christ’s crib. Adjacent to the church is a museum, Museu de Arte Sacra or the Museum of Sacred Art. Here you cans see liturgical garments, vestments and religious objects. There are intricately embroidered capes and gold and silver religious object encrusted with jewels. The bronze and silver torch holders are just a few of the highlights. There are also a collection of baroque silver and 16th century paintings. ”
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