Lisbon area deeply connected to the Maritime Discoveries made by the Portuguese people.
Here you’ll find many green spaces and museums set in an attractive riverside atmosphere!
Check out our suggestions of attractions to visit, things to do and what taste!
The Belém Tower and the Jerónimos Monastery are the landmarks of this Lisbon area. But you’ve much more to see, from museums, cultural centres to palaces!
One of the 7 wonders of Portugal and 'World Heritage Site'. It was built in honor of St. Vincent as a defensive point of the City.
Strategically located on the right bank of the Tagus river, it was erected to honor the historical figures involved in the Portuguese Discoveries.
National Monument since 1907 and 'Cultural World Heritage' since 1983.
National monument and the headquarters of the Presidency of the Portuguese Republic.
The best and most comprehensive collection of horse-drawn carrieages in the world.
Promotes different events from music, theater arts, dance, photography and many more!
As the name implies, this museum purpose is the enhancement of regional identities of Portuguese folk art.
It's located in the 'Bom Sucesso' Fort. Site with permanent exhibits on aspects related to the combatant during the 20th Century.
Where there are regular exhibitions and activities focused in electrical phenomena.
National Monument since 1910. Former Royal house and museum of decorative arts.
Take advantage of the riverside atmosphere of Belém. Get to know our suggestions:
You can choose to walk, run, ride a bike... this route will offer you a unique landscape!
From dance performances, music, exhibitions, there are numerous options of cultural activities in this area.
It is held on the first and third Sunday of each month in the Garden 'Vasco da Gama'.
Enjoy the various gardens of Belém to read a good book, have a picnic with friends/family or just to sit and let yourself be dazzled by the scenery!
Ex-líbris of this area! Those who visit Belém always have a marked stop at the pastry Pastel de Belém! Get to know why:
World-famous and unique custard tarts, fresh from the oven.
Espresso, typically Portuguese is the ideal accompaniment to taste the 'Pastel de Belém' that you wish!
Besides the Portuguese capital, which is less than 20 minutes of Belém, there are other near places that are worth visiting. Discover which:
'Fairy tale' region. Its 19th century mansions and fantastic landscapes will awaken your senses!
Cosmopolitan town with a beautiful bay. It's a former fishing village combined with the aristocratic life.
A picturesque fishing village by the seaside, Sesimbra highlights include its charm and natural beauty.
Surrounded by the sea, the river and the mountains, Setúbal enjoys an unique beauty, a tasty gastronomy and an interesting history.