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Museu do Fado Lisbon

The Museu do Fado is one of the must-visit places in Lisbon. Other than speaking to one of the area's most significant social heritages,...

Praça do Comércio Facts

Praça do Comércio means “Trading Square” and as you might expect from the name, it is the host of many historical trading centers. Praça do...

A Guide to Belém Tower in Lisbon

s a World Heritage Site selected by UNESCO since 1983, Belém Tower is a popular destination for tourists. This Lisbon tower is only around...

Rua Augusta Arch

The History of Rua Augusta Arch Marquis de Pombal, the prime minister of the time who was assigned to re-design Praça do Comércio after the...

Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon

Mosteiro de Jerónimos, also known as Monastery of Jerónimos, is a very popular and much-visited destination in Lisbon. It’s one of the...

The Monument of Discoveries: The Padrão dos Descobrimentos

Compared to the other important symbol of the Age of Discoveries, Jeronimo's Monastery, this monument is quite new. At first, it constructed for the...

Basilica de Estrela of Lisbon

Lisbon has countless breath-taking landmarks, and Basilica de Estrela is one of them. The monument that is built in the 18th century...

National Museum of Ancient Art

Housed in the 17th Century’s Rua das Janelas Verdes, the National Museum of Ancient Art provides an exact and comprehensive view of...

Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

Northeast of Eduardo VII Park is the Gulbenkian Museum, one of the world's great museums and one of Europe's hidden gems. Part of the...

Museum of Art Lisbon: MAAT

British architect Amanda Levete designed The Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT) as an outstanding museum on the shore. It is...