Lisbon attractions and things to do
Filled with all manner of marine creatures, this museum is a real window to the ocean.
Torre de Belém
A 15th-century fortress protecting the mouth of the Rio Tejo.
Like it or loathe it, this bullfighting spectacle provides an insight into Portuguese culture.
Igreja de São Vicente da Fora
This blinding all-white marble church is a beacon of Lisbon's Renaissance era.
Museu Calouste Gulbenkian
This houses one of Europe's most impressive collections of art and historic artifacts.
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
A museum dedicated to Lisbon's ubiquitous ceramic tilework.
Elevador da Santa Justa
Experience panoramic views of Lisbon's skyline from a 45m-high wrought-iron elevator.
Tropical flowers and manicured lawns are found in this verdant urban oasis.
Museu do Oriente
Filled with exotic treasures, this is Lisbon's homage to the East.
Casa das Histórias – Paula Rego
An art gallery dedicated to Paula Rego, a local icon.