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Guidebook for Lisboa

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Guidebook for Lisboa

Food Scene
hree floors of the Tivoli Theater were divided into restaurant, bar, gourmet store, and men's boutique ("Fashion Clinic") bringing together several luxury labels. The name is pronounced "je ne sais quoi," and the place does have a certain Parisian touch, starting at the entrance with a corner of the French luxury bakery Ladurée, with its famous colorful macaroons. It’s a destination for any time of the day, from breakfast to lunch, 5 o’clock tea, and dinner. On the ground floor is the "delibar,” a gourmet store and bar serving light meals accompanied by wine or cocktails, and downstairs is the boutique. Upstairs is the restaurant, for which you need to book a table in advance. It has an op
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JNcQUOI Avenida
182-184 Av. da Liberdade
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hree floors of the Tivoli Theater were divided into restaurant, bar, gourmet store, and men's boutique ("Fashion Clinic") bringing together several luxury labels. The name is pronounced "je ne sais quoi," and the place does have a certain Parisian touch, starting at the entrance with a corner of the French luxury bakery Ladurée, with its famous colorful macaroons. It’s a destination for any time of the day, from breakfast to lunch, 5 o’clock tea, and dinner. On the ground floor is the "delibar,” a gourmet store and bar serving light meals accompanied by wine or cocktails, and downstairs is the boutique. Upstairs is the restaurant, for which you need to book a table in advance. It has an op
This is celebrity chef José Avillez’s sixth spot in the city. It’s not exactly a restaurant, it's a recreation of a Lisbon neighborhood where food is served, celebrating both the traditional and the cosmopolitan side of the city. Upon entering you find a "tavern" that doesn't take bookings, as it's a relaxed space for Portuguese petiscos (tapas). Next to it is the small "grocery store" for gourmet products, cookbooks, and kitchen utensils, while further inside you see the main dining area, recreating a traditional Lisbon patio. That's where you may actually book a table, and enjoy a variety of fish and seafood options.
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Bairro do Avillez
18 R. Nova da Trindade
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This is celebrity chef José Avillez’s sixth spot in the city. It’s not exactly a restaurant, it's a recreation of a Lisbon neighborhood where food is served, celebrating both the traditional and the cosmopolitan side of the city. Upon entering you find a "tavern" that doesn't take bookings, as it's a relaxed space for Portuguese petiscos (tapas). Next to it is the small "grocery store" for gourmet products, cookbooks, and kitchen utensils, while further inside you see the main dining area, recreating a traditional Lisbon patio. That's where you may actually book a table, and enjoy a variety of fish and seafood options.
Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa has been known for innovating Portuguese cuisine for quite some time, and after working at some of the best restaurants in town and having his own TV cooking show, he opened his own restaurant in 2009, in the Santos district. In 2015 he moved to Chiado, where he continues to innovate and to develop his talent. The stone-arched interior is decorated with warm colors and wool and cotton tapestries, about 3 meters in diameter, made by Portuguese artists. It presents à la carte and tasting menus, always of Portuguese cuisine but with a few Asian influences. Don’t be surprised if some of the dishes are served by the chef himself, or if they’re finished in front of you.
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Alma
15 R. Anchieta
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Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa has been known for innovating Portuguese cuisine for quite some time, and after working at some of the best restaurants in town and having his own TV cooking show, he opened his own restaurant in 2009, in the Santos district. In 2015 he moved to Chiado, where he continues to innovate and to develop his talent. The stone-arched interior is decorated with warm colors and wool and cotton tapestries, about 3 meters in diameter, made by Portuguese artists. It presents à la carte and tasting menus, always of Portuguese cuisine but with a few Asian influences. Don’t be surprised if some of the dishes are served by the chef himself, or if they’re finished in front of you.
The first Belcanto opened in 1958 but was reborn in 2012 through distinguished chef José Avillez. It soon became the first restaurant in Lisbon to be awarded two Michelin stars, and in 2015 it was added to the list of the world's 100 best restaurants. Today it's only possible to get a table by booking weeks or even months in advance, also because it only has ten tables. The chef has several restaurants in Lisbon and Porto, but this where he presents his haute cuisine, reinventing Portuguese and international flavors.
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Belcanto
10 Largo de São Carlos
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The first Belcanto opened in 1958 but was reborn in 2012 through distinguished chef José Avillez. It soon became the first restaurant in Lisbon to be awarded two Michelin stars, and in 2015 it was added to the list of the world's 100 best restaurants. Today it's only possible to get a table by booking weeks or even months in advance, also because it only has ten tables. The chef has several restaurants in Lisbon and Porto, but this where he presents his haute cuisine, reinventing Portuguese and international flavors.
It was Lisbon's most ambitious restaurant when it opened in 2005, and was soon recognized with a Michelin star. It's found at the top of Edward VII Park, and offers a panoramic view across the park and the city. The innovative cuisine, using some rare and seasonal products, is served in a sophisticated, contemporary space. The German-born chef has worked at a 2-Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain so you'll find a strong influence of Mediterranean flavors.
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Eleven
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It was Lisbon's most ambitious restaurant when it opened in 2005, and was soon recognized with a Michelin star. It's found at the top of Edward VII Park, and offers a panoramic view across the park and the city. The innovative cuisine, using some rare and seasonal products, is served in a sophisticated, contemporary space. The German-born chef has worked at a 2-Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain so you'll find a strong influence of Mediterranean flavors.
Awarded a Michelin star since 2011, this restaurant is in the Altis Belém Hotel on the waterfront, at the starting point of many of the Portuguese explorers’ voyages. The arrival at ones of the destinations, Japan, is illustrated at the entrance, and the voyages continue in the contemporary Portuguese cuisine with international influences. To accompany it all, there’s a good selection of wines, from Portugal and abroad.
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Feitoria
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Awarded a Michelin star since 2011, this restaurant is in the Altis Belém Hotel on the waterfront, at the starting point of many of the Portuguese explorers’ voyages. The arrival at ones of the destinations, Japan, is illustrated at the entrance, and the voyages continue in the contemporary Portuguese cuisine with international influences. To accompany it all, there’s a good selection of wines, from Portugal and abroad.
This restaurant is found by the Estrela Basilica and offers fine dining by chef Alexandre Silva, who’s been behind the kitchens of some of the hottest restaurants in town. The last one was Bica do Sapato, and he also maintains a spot with his name at the Ribeira Market. The space has an open kitchen and only a few tables, where two bold and fun tasting menus are served. Inspired by the national cuisine, the chef uses seasonal ingredients, and the menus change every two weeks. Reservations are essential.
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Loco
53 R. Navegantes
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This restaurant is found by the Estrela Basilica and offers fine dining by chef Alexandre Silva, who’s been behind the kitchens of some of the hottest restaurants in town. The last one was Bica do Sapato, and he also maintains a spot with his name at the Ribeira Market. The space has an open kitchen and only a few tables, where two bold and fun tasting menus are served. Inspired by the national cuisine, the chef uses seasonal ingredients, and the menus change every two weeks. Reservations are essential.
Located in Chiado, at the doorstep of the Bairro Alto district, this is the second restaurant of chef Ljubomir Stanisic, who continues his creative journey. It features a beautiful Art Deco interior, spread over two floors, that was partly left behind from a previous restaurant. The menu mixes Portuguese and international flavors, and there are some good cocktails at the bar.
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Bistro 100 Maneiras
9 Largo da Trindade
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Located in Chiado, at the doorstep of the Bairro Alto district, this is the second restaurant of chef Ljubomir Stanisic, who continues his creative journey. It features a beautiful Art Deco interior, spread over two floors, that was partly left behind from a previous restaurant. The menu mixes Portuguese and international flavors, and there are some good cocktails at the bar.
This restaurant at Lx Factory has an industrial décor with an interesting variety of pieces. From the open kitchen you're served creative dishes of Portuguese cuisine, with a few international influences. Whenever possible, it uses seasonal and organic products from small producers, and selects little-known wines.
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1300 Taberna
103 Rua Rodrigues de Faria
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This restaurant at Lx Factory has an industrial décor with an interesting variety of pieces. From the open kitchen you're served creative dishes of Portuguese cuisine, with a few international influences. Whenever possible, it uses seasonal and organic products from small producers, and selects little-known wines.
Found in the Internacional Design Hotel, this humorous restaurant offers Portuguese cuisine with international inspirations, looking out to Rossio Square. The inspirations come mainly from the lands related to the Portuguese Discoveries, using regional products in well-presented dishes. The dining room has a curious décor, with colorful mismatched tables and chairs, and even medieval portraits on the walls with contemporary expressions superimposed.
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Bastardo
3 Rua da Betesga
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Found in the Internacional Design Hotel, this humorous restaurant offers Portuguese cuisine with international inspirations, looking out to Rossio Square. The inspirations come mainly from the lands related to the Portuguese Discoveries, using regional products in well-presented dishes. The dining room has a curious décor, with colorful mismatched tables and chairs, and even medieval portraits on the walls with contemporary expressions superimposed.
The years go by, but this restaurant in a former warehouse remains among the best and the trendiest in town. It's also known for being American actor John Malkovich's restaurant, for its location on the waterfront, and for the sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere. The décor is constantly updated but always tasteful, and although chefs come and go, the quality of the food is always high. Upstairs is a sushi bar, and the terrace has a special menu of petiscos (Portuguese tapas) during the summer.
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Bica do Sapato
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The years go by, but this restaurant in a former warehouse remains among the best and the trendiest in town. It's also known for being American actor John Malkovich's restaurant, for its location on the waterfront, and for the sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere. The décor is constantly updated but always tasteful, and although chefs come and go, the quality of the food is always high. Upstairs is a sushi bar, and the terrace has a special menu of petiscos (Portuguese tapas) during the summer.
After his first Michelin-star recognition at the historic Tavares restaurant, and before his also-starred Belcanto, chef José Avillez decided to open his own little spot in 2011, where he could present a simpler and more varied cuisine, without losing the expected touch of sophistication. The result is this small, welcoming and informal place, with a long bar counter and a décor featuring vintage tiles and lighting. It was here that the chef's famous hazelnut dessert, "avelã3," was first served.
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Cantinho do Avillez
7 R. Duques de Bragança
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After his first Michelin-star recognition at the historic Tavares restaurant, and before his also-starred Belcanto, chef José Avillez decided to open his own little spot in 2011, where he could present a simpler and more varied cuisine, without losing the expected touch of sophistication. The result is this small, welcoming and informal place, with a long bar counter and a décor featuring vintage tiles and lighting. It was here that the chef's famous hazelnut dessert, "avelã3," was first served.
You don't usually expect much from a restaurant in a hostel, but this one inside The Independente Hostel serves good Portuguese cuisine using seasonal ingredients. The prices are quite reasonable (especially for lunch), and in addition to lunch and dinner it also offers Sunday brunch. It has a nice terrace in the back, open th
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The Decadente
81 R. de São Pedro de Alcântara
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You don't usually expect much from a restaurant in a hostel, but this one inside The Independente Hostel serves good Portuguese cuisine using seasonal ingredients. The prices are quite reasonable (especially for lunch), and in addition to lunch and dinner it also offers Sunday brunch. It has a nice terrace in the back, open th
Known for its fresh seafood (mostly caught in the cold waters of the north of the Iberian peninsula), this is one of the most popular seafood restaurants in Lisbon. Open for half a century, it attracts diverse crowds for its quality seafood and an authentic ambience.
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Ramiro
nº1 - H Av. Alm. Reis
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Known for its fresh seafood (mostly caught in the cold waters of the north of the Iberian peninsula), this is one of the most popular seafood restaurants in Lisbon. Open for half a century, it attracts diverse crowds for its quality seafood and an authentic ambience.
Entertainment & Activities
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Cascais
14 Rua Visconde da Luz
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This shaded terrace on a hill directly across from the castle allows you to gaze down on all of downtown towards the waterfront. It's also one of the most romantic spots in the city.
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Jardim de São Pedro de Alcântara
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This shaded terrace on a hill directly across from the castle allows you to gaze down on all of downtown towards the waterfront. It's also one of the most romantic spots in the city.
Shopping
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Avenida da Liberdade
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Getting Around
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Cais do Sodré
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The four lines of the Lisbon Metro connect downtown's waterfront to the northern districts and the suburbs of Amadora and Odivelas, passing by several attractions:
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Baixa-Chiado
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The four lines of the Lisbon Metro connect downtown's waterfront to the northern districts and the suburbs of Amadora and Odivelas, passing by several attractions:
Drinks & Nightlife
For years (since 1995), this was a legendary African club in an abandoned palace, which it too had to abandon in 2007. It was reborn in early 2012 in a former warehouse by the river, in a more contemporary space but keeping the same party spirit. Live African music and Cape Verdean rhythms to dance to are the main attractions, but you may also find special poetry nights and activities such as dance lessons. In addition to the African sounds, the programming includes music from Latin-America and one night per month is dedicated to Fado. It opens from Wednesday to Sunday.
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B.Leza
1 Cais Gás
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For years (since 1995), this was a legendary African club in an abandoned palace, which it too had to abandon in 2007. It was reborn in early 2012 in a former warehouse by the river, in a more contemporary space but keeping the same party spirit. Live African music and Cape Verdean rhythms to dance to are the main attractions, but you may also find special poetry nights and activities such as dance lessons. In addition to the African sounds, the programming includes music from Latin-America and one night per month is dedicated to Fado. It opens from Wednesday to Sunday.
It opens at 8PM as a dining destination, thanks to its two restaurants (one for sushi, another for meat), and at around midnight it turns into a bar and club partying until 4AM. It's found next to the Kais restaurant, which belongs to the same group, and is the perfect destination for a cocktail on the waterfront, often to the sound of national and international DJs. The sand and the location make this as close as you get to the beach in the center of the city. It opens from Wednesday to Saturday (also on Tuesdays and Sundays during the summer).
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K Urban Beach
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It opens at 8PM as a dining destination, thanks to its two restaurants (one for sushi, another for meat), and at around midnight it turns into a bar and club partying until 4AM. It's found next to the Kais restaurant, which belongs to the same group, and is the perfect destination for a cocktail on the waterfront, often to the sound of national and international DJs. The sand and the location make this as close as you get to the beach in the center of the city. It opens from Wednesday to Saturday (also on Tuesdays and Sundays during the summer).
It opened in 1988 and became Lisbon’s legendary club in the 1990s, even ranking among Europe’s best in "DJ" magazine. It closed in 2011, but a group of investors brought it back in 2016. The space, which is part of a former convent, has kept the old stone arches, but changed the décor. It remains a dance music destination, but only on Friday and Saturday nights, until 6AM.
KREMLIN
5 Escadinhas da Praia
It opened in 1988 and became Lisbon’s legendary club in the 1990s, even ranking among Europe’s best in "DJ" magazine. It closed in 2011, but a group of investors brought it back in 2016. The space, which is part of a former convent, has kept the old stone arches, but changed the décor. It remains a dance music destination, but only on Friday and Saturday nights, until 6AM.
A popular waterfront café named “Meninos do Rio” is now this bar and open-air club that was originally found in Praça do Comércio. Open from Wednesday to Sunday during the summer months (from midnight to 6AM), it’s a spot for theme parties and nights of dancing to the sound of different DJs. The atmosphere is always relaxed, but with a touch of sophistication by the Tagus.
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Lust in Rio
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A popular waterfront café named “Meninos do Rio” is now this bar and open-air club that was originally found in Praça do Comércio. Open from Wednesday to Sunday during the summer months (from midnight to 6AM), it’s a spot for theme parties and nights of dancing to the sound of different DJs. The atmosphere is always relaxed, but with a touch of sophistication by the Tagus.
This long-time favorite still gets packed on Friday and Saturday nights, when a fun-loving crowd gets together for a night of 80s and pop-rock hits on the dancefloor. The weekday "Ladies Night" also remains popular.
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Plateau
7 Escadinhas da Praia
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This long-time favorite still gets packed on Friday and Saturday nights, when a fun-loving crowd gets together for a night of 80s and pop-rock hits on the dancefloor. The weekday "Ladies Night" also remains popular.
The undisputed king of all Lisbon clubs, this is also a bar and concert venue that hosts the city's hottest nights. Opened in 1998, it is owned by the same team as the Bica do Sapato restaurant next door (which includes actor John Malkovitch), featuring an always-fabulous interior, a spectacular rooftop terrace overlooking the river, special theme parties, and simply the best DJs in town (often including internationally renowned names). You'll always find long lines at the door every weekend night, and not everyone is lucky to make it inside.
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LuxFrágil
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The undisputed king of all Lisbon clubs, this is also a bar and concert venue that hosts the city's hottest nights. Opened in 1998, it is owned by the same team as the Bica do Sapato restaurant next door (which includes actor John Malkovitch), featuring an always-fabulous interior, a spectacular rooftop terrace overlooking the river, special theme parties, and simply the best DJs in town (often including internationally renowned names). You'll always find long lines at the door every weekend night, and not everyone is lucky to make it inside.
Sightseeing
Poets and travelers have always described it as an eden, and a visit to Lisbon isn't over without a visit to Sintra's fairy tale castles and palaces, especialy to Pena Palace. It's a romantic and mysterious place surrounded by nature, classified as a World Heritage Site, and the best way to see it all is on an organized tour. Many tours also stop by Queluz Palace, by the Mafra Palace and at Cabo da Roca nearby, Europe's westernmost point.
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Sintra
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Poets and travelers have always described it as an eden, and a visit to Lisbon isn't over without a visit to Sintra's fairy tale castles and palaces, especialy to Pena Palace. It's a romantic and mysterious place surrounded by nature, classified as a World Heritage Site, and the best way to see it all is on an organized tour. Many tours also stop by Queluz Palace, by the Mafra Palace and at Cabo da Roca nearby, Europe's westernmost point.
Estoril is located just 9 miles from Lisbon. By day, enjoy fishing, windsurfing, diving, water-skiing or 18-holes at one of the Estoril Coast’s 7 courses. Or by night, you may decide to roll the dice at Casino Estoril. Why not visit the cultural sites that include the exotic yet beautiful Pena Palace and Park, and the Iberian Wolf Sanctuary, where you can observe or even adopt a Wolf.
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Estoril
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Estoril is located just 9 miles from Lisbon. By day, enjoy fishing, windsurfing, diving, water-skiing or 18-holes at one of the Estoril Coast’s 7 courses. Or by night, you may decide to roll the dice at Casino Estoril. Why not visit the cultural sites that include the exotic yet beautiful Pena Palace and Park, and the Iberian Wolf Sanctuary, where you can observe or even adopt a Wolf.
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Hippotrip - Turismo Anfíbio, Lda.
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Arts & Culture
Calouste Gulbenkian, an Armenian oil magnate, collected "only the best" and the result was one of the world's most important and most impressive private art collections. It includes masterpieces from various periods and areas, from Egyptian to Greco-Roman and Islamic art, in addition to European painting and decorative arts. Among the around 6500 pieces acquired by the collector are works by Rembrandt, Renoir, Rubens, Monet, Degas and Van Dyck, among others, together with textiles, faience and a unique collection of Lalique jewelry.
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Museu Calouste Gulbenkian
45A Av. de Berna
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Calouste Gulbenkian, an Armenian oil magnate, collected "only the best" and the result was one of the world's most important and most impressive private art collections. It includes masterpieces from various periods and areas, from Egyptian to Greco-Roman and Islamic art, in addition to European painting and decorative arts. Among the around 6500 pieces acquired by the collector are works by Rembrandt, Renoir, Rubens, Monet, Degas and Van Dyck, among others, together with textiles, faience and a unique collection of Lalique jewelry.
The art that arose after the Age of Discovery, from the mixing of cultures from the East and the West, is on display at this museum together with works by Hieronymus Bosch and Albrecht Dürer, among others.
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Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
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The art that arose after the Age of Discovery, from the mixing of cultures from the East and the West, is on display at this museum together with works by Hieronymus Bosch and Albrecht Dürer, among others.
Millionaire Joe Berardo spent part of his fortune on art, and the result is this museum with works by Warhol, Picasso, Magritte, Dali, Paula Rego and many other names of modern European and American art.
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Museu Coleção Berardo
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Millionaire Joe Berardo spent part of his fortune on art, and the result is this museum with works by Warhol, Picasso, Magritte, Dali, Paula Rego and many other names of modern European and American art.
A museum in two buildings -- a former power plant and a new building which is itself a work of art. It presents temporary exhibitions of international contemporary art.
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MAAT
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A museum in two buildings -- a former power plant and a new building which is itself a work of art. It presents temporary exhibitions of international contemporary art.
Christian Dior, Vivienne Westwood, Versace, Charles & Ray Eames, Le Corbusier, and Philippe Starck are just half a dozen names of the design and fashion worlds represented in the world-class collection of this museum.
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Museu do Design e da Moda
24 R. Augusta
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Christian Dior, Vivienne Westwood, Versace, Charles & Ray Eames, Le Corbusier, and Philippe Starck are just half a dozen names of the design and fashion worlds represented in the world-class collection of this museum.
The art of the decorative tile is found in all Mediterranean cultures, but only in Lisbon will you find a museum dedicated to it. Housed in a magnificent 16th-century convent, it's the city's most beautiful museum, showing how the art evolved and how it was in Portugal that it achieved the greatest prominence.
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Museu Nacional do Azulejo
4 R. Me. Deus
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The art of the decorative tile is found in all Mediterranean cultures, but only in Lisbon will you find a museum dedicated to it. Housed in a magnificent 16th-century convent, it's the city's most beautiful museum, showing how the art evolved and how it was in Portugal that it achieved the greatest prominence.
The world's largest collection of carriages is made up of fairy tale vehicles that once transported European royalty, and is one of Lisbon's most visited attractions.
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Museu Nacional dos Coches
136 Av. da Índia
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The world's largest collection of carriages is made up of fairy tale vehicles that once transported European royalty, and is one of Lisbon's most visited attractions.
Portugal was the first European power to establish colonies in Asia and was the last one to leave (Macau finally became part of China in 1999). So it's only natural that Lisbon has a museum dedicated to the art and culture of the East, presenting paintings, textiles, masks, and Indo-Portuguese pieces.
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Museu do Oriente
352 Av. Brasília
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Portugal was the first European power to establish colonies in Asia and was the last one to leave (Macau finally became part of China in 1999). So it's only natural that Lisbon has a museum dedicated to the art and culture of the East, presenting paintings, textiles, masks, and Indo-Portuguese pieces.
This extraordinary collection, housed in a mansion, is still a secret, but is a treasure trove of surprises, including a Rembrandt portrait, works by Rubens and Tiepolo, the world's most notable private collection of clocks, Chinese porcelain, and a fountain originally from the gardens of the Palace of Versailles.
Museum Medeiros e Almeida
41 R. Rosa Araújo
This extraordinary collection, housed in a mansion, is still a secret, but is a treasure trove of surprises, including a Rembrandt portrait, works by Rubens and Tiepolo, the world's most notable private collection of clocks, Chinese porcelain, and a fountain originally from the gardens of the Palace of Versailles.
The story of Portugal's long history at sea is told in this museum through old maps, ships and globes, as well as the plane that made the first crossing of the South Atlantic in 1922.
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Museu de Marinha
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The story of Portugal's long history at sea is told in this museum through old maps, ships and globes, as well as the plane that made the first crossing of the South Atlantic in 1922.
The monumental stonework of the cloisters of this monastery glorifies the period when West met East, and the man who brought those worlds together -- Vasco da Gama -- lies in the interior of the church.
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Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
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The monumental stonework of the cloisters of this monastery glorifies the period when West met East, and the man who brought those worlds together -- Vasco da Gama -- lies in the interior of the church.