A unique and contemporary space, full of creativity and innovation, located in the grounds of old factories, where you can enjoy some of the most trendy bars, restaurants, book stores and coffee shops.
The most important portuguese art museum regarding the period between the XII and XIX centuries. It has the most relevant public ancient art collection in the country.
Formally known as Terreiro do Paço, is a historic square in downtown Lisboa. For almost 2 centuries it was the area in which the royal palace was located, today it is occupied by govermnent departments.
Praça do Comércio,
One of the truly unique tourist attractions of Lisbon. This 19th century industrial age marvel transports passengers up 45 minute from the Baixa district to Largo do Carmo.
R. do Ouro,
Open from 07am to 10:45pm
Its known for following a seasonal scheduling logic, from september to july. Its main acts are theatre plays with long lasting screening times.
The most iconic cinema of Lisbon. It was inaugurated in 1950 and its innovative and bold design won that year's Municipal Architecture Award, by unanimity.
Was inagurated in the 30th of June of 1793 by D. João VI, the reigning prince. It's the only theather focused on the production and presentation of opera and choral/symphonic music.
Originally built in 1992 to host the portuguese presidency of the European Union and to develop and promote cultural activity.
Its a symbol for Infante D.Henrique's great work that was the main impulse behind the portuguese overseas expansion and its glorious past.
The first park with fauna and flora in the Iberian Peninsula, with one of the most diversified animal of the world. Today it holds a very active part in the protection and preservation of nature.
A large public aquarium whose prestige is widely recognised. Visited by approximately 1 million people every year, the Oceanário is the most popular cultural attraction in Portugal.
Is a unique example of baroque architecture in Portugal, it rises above the Tejo river, in the historic city center and its one of the most important silhuettes in Lisbon's landscape.
An iconic feature offering incredible panoramic views, it was established in 1959 as a peace symbol and acknowledgment for Portugal's neutrality during the World War II.
Is the oldest and most important church of the city. It was built in the 12th century and it's predominant architectural influence is romanticism.
Largo da Sé,
Monday to Saturday from 09:00am to 07:00pm
Sunday from 09:00am to 08:00pm
This viewpoint It offers a view of the city where you can see its main monuments, from the Castelo de São Jorge and Sé de Lisboa to the Praça do Comércio.
Largo Portas do Sol,
An ancient portuguese monastery built in the XVI century and is part of UNESCO's world heritage sites.
Praça do Império,
Open from 10:00am to 06:30 pm (Sundays 06:00pm)
Is one of the main monuments of the cities's landscape. Inside the castle walls there is a museum where you can learn all about Lisbon's history and enjoy a unique 360º view of the city.
The Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology it's purpose is to be an area of debate, discovery, analysis and international dialogue for these 3 fields.
Is a private cultural centre in the facilities of an old military equipment factory. You can find book stores, exhibit rooms, theatre rooms and also a stage for live music performances.
This museum opened its doors to exhibit the art collection of the late Calouste Gulbenkian. Currently it has a collection of approximately 6000 pieces of modern and ancient art.