Art and Culture
Lisbon is rich in Art & Culture
Lisbon is one of the busiest cities in Europe - it just doesn't stop. Every day there are events, festivals and exhibitions of every kind for everyone. There had to be a reason why Lisbon has been the elected destination of many European and worldwide tourists. Stay up to date on what important events are taking place during your stay here.
Don't miss out on Lisbon's best museums
National Coach Museum
The National Coach Museum in Lisbon brings together a unique collection of ceremonial vehicles and rides of the XVI and XIX, centuries, mostly from the Royal Household collection. It is Lisbon's most visited museum and there are over seventy vehicles to see.
National Azulejo Museum
If there is good Portuguese art is the art of tile, ceramic glazed piece that tells us stories of experiences of old Piortugal.
National Museum of Ancient Art
This is the Portuguese museum that contains the largest number of works classified as "national treasures"
Calouste Gulbenkian Museum
The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum was opened in October 1969 followed up the wish expressed in the will of Calouste Gulbenkian, Armenian businessmanof the oil
Suggestions of museums in Lisbon
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Casa Fernando Pessoa
Monday to Saturday: 10am-6pm Tickets: General – 3€ Student, Teen (-25 years old), Senior (+65 years old), Retired, Teacher...
Basílica da Estrela
Assembleia da República
Miradouro Amoreiras 360
Aqueduto das Águas Livres
Igreja do Santo Condestável
Casa Museu Amália Rodrigues
The Amália Rodrigues House Museum was inaugurated on July 24, 2001 and thus fulfilled the desire of Amália Rodrigues to open the house that was his...