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Amelia,  Portugal Portugal
26 Feb 2024
Excellent
It would be nice that the Lisboa card is electronic and do not require visiting the office the day before to exchange for the physical card to be used first thing in the morning. This is not...
It would be nice that the Lisboa card is electronic and do not require visiting the office the day before to exchange for the physical card to be used first thing in the morning. This is not Tiqets fault so still get a 5 star.
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Patrycja,  Sweden Sweden
26 Feb 2024
Excellent
The card is perfect for a short trip in Lisbon. It gives access to many locations plus free transport is perfect in a city built on hills. Saves both money and legs 😄
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Stacey,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
26 Feb 2024
Excellent
Excellent value for money - we used the Lisboa Card to travel all over the city on the metro, trams, train & buses. So many attractions to visit as well. Would highly recommend.
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About: National Pantheon

The National Pantheon of Portugal is located near Alfama, in Lisbon, specifically in the Church of Santa Engracia. The original church that was located here was destroyed in 1681 due to a storm. Construction of the new church was started in 1682 and was not completed until 284 years later, giving rise to the popular expression "works of Santa Engracia" - referring to something that never ends. Since 1916 it has been the National Pantheon, housing the tombs of some of the country's most notable citizens.

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