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Tickets to the Lisbon Oceanarium: Fast skip-the-line access

The Lisbon Oceanarium includes a gigantic 5,000 m3 aquarium that will make you feel like you are walking along the ocean floor.
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Tickets for the historic Tram through the hills of Lisbon: 24 hours

This ticket for the famous route of the Seven hills of Lisbon gives you access to the historic Tram through the hills for 24 hours and puts the most emblematic […]
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Tickets for the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

Explore one of the best private art collections in the world, amassed by Calouste Gulbenkian himself with pieces from the Greco-Roman era, the Middle East and the Far East.
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Tickets for the National Palace of Lisbon and the Queluz Gardens: Skip The Line

Feel part of the royalty exploring this spectacular Portuguese national monument.
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Tickets for the Castelo dos Mouros

Skip the line at Castelo dos Mouros and enjoy the best views of Sintra and beyond
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Tickets for the Lisboa Story Center

Learn about its colorful past at the Lisbon Story Center. Take an incredible journey through time through multimedia and sensory experiences, and see re-enactments of historical events, including the 18th […]
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Tickets for Pilar 7 Bridge Experience

Approach the Pilar 7 Bridge Experience, where you can uncover the ins and outs of the most beautiful bridge in the world
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Tickets for the Museu Coleção Berardo

Take a trip through the world of art at the Coleção Berardo Museum in Lisbon. See the Berardo collection, which encompasses the most significant movements and protagonists from the beginning […]
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What to do in Lisbon in 3 days

Ride the Lisbon trams

Lisbon’s picturesque yellow trams are arguably one of the city’s biggest draws, plus one of the best ways to get around its steep streets. Launched in 1901, today 6 of the city’s original lines are still in operation. We recommend you travel on the historic lines number28, 12 and 15. All three pass through the city center, and can be picked up at almost any part of Lisbon’s old town. There is also a tourist line, which is some red cars and will take you for a walk to the traditional bairros of Alfama, Graça, Chiado, Bairro Alto and Lapa.

Climb the Castillo de San Jorge

If you want to get one of the best views in all of Lisbon get ready to climb the steep streets to the top of the São Jorge Castle. This ancient Muslim fortification was conquered in the mid-12th century by Alfonso Henríquez, the first king of Portugal, and later became the home of the Portuguese crown. Inside the castle is the Ulysses Tower, where we will be able to observe beautiful panoramic views of the city. Also in the gardens of the castle itself you can walk among ducks and peacocks.

Rossio Square and the historic center

Located in La Baixa, at the north end of Rua Augusta, this beautiful square is the most important in the center of Lisbon. Both on the sides of it and in its surroundings you will find the most famous shops, bars and restaurants in the city. Be sure to visit Café Nicola, which has a beautiful Art Deco decoration both on its facade and inside. Very close to here there is also the famous Santa Just Elevator, which joins the Baixa Pombalina and Chiado neighborhoods, separated by a difference of about 45 meters, saving us from going down a long staircase.

Visit neighboring Sintra

Located a few kilometers from the Portuguese capital, Sintra is a city known for its castles, palaces and large buildings. Do not miss visiting the imposing Castelo dos Mouros, in which you will get one of the best views in Portugal; the Palacio da Pena, one of the main residences of the Portuguese royal family and the incredible Quinta da Regaleira, a palace located in the historic center of Sintra and classified as World Heritage by Unesco.

Belem Tower and the monastery

In front of the banks of the Tagus is the monumental Belém Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries, which symbolize the Golden Age of Portuguese explorations around the world. Very close to here is the famous Jerónimos Monastery, which has exquisite Manueline architecture worth seeing. According to local gastronomic legend, this was the place where the famous Belem cakes were born, a local delight that you undoubtedly have to try on your trip to Lisbon.

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

This is one of the best museums in Lisbon, a place where you will find treasures from Ancient Egypt, Armenia and Mesopotamia, paintings by renowned artists, a large numismatic collection from around the world, as well as sculptures and objects of European decorative arts, forming a gigantic collection of more than 10,000 elements. This museum was born thanks to the donation of the magnate Calouste Gulbenkian, who collected all these objects throughout his life, during the first half of the 20th century.

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