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Piotr,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
23 Nov 2022
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Recommend to anyone planning to visit Lisbon and its areas as you can use trains to places like Sintra and Cascais with no additional costs. Skip queues in plenty Museums which can save you hours...
Recommend to anyone planning to visit Lisbon and its areas as you can use trains to places like Sintra and Cascais with no additional costs. Skip queues in plenty Museums which can save you hours of waiting in queues
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Genevieve,  United States United States
03 Jan 2023
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Antonio was absolutely phenomenal, I highly recommend everyone do this tour on their first day in Lisbon! The food was excellent and he was so patient and kind with us, even with a miserable picky...
Antonio was absolutely phenomenal, I highly recommend everyone do this tour on their first day in Lisbon! The food was excellent and he was so patient and kind with us, even with a miserable picky toddler. Antonio went above and beyond and made our first day in Lisbon magical!
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Gary,  Canada Canada
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Unlimited use of transit is awesome. Many attractions are free, discounts on others make this worthwhile.
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About: National Museum of the Azulejo

Portugal's National Tile Museum is one of the most important national museums, due to its unique collection of azulejos. They represent a distinctive artistic expression of the Portuguese culture, and you'll be able to discover their meaning inside a majestic former Convento da Madre de Deus, founded in 1509 by Queen Leonor.

National Tile Museum
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
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Saturday Closed
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National Museum of the Azulejo
4 Rua Madre Deus, Lisbon
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