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Things to do in Lisbon

Jerónimos Monastery is a former monastery and UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Belém, Lisbon. The monastery is famed for its Manueline-style architecture, and as the final resting place of explorer Vasco da Gama.
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Enter a world of aquatic discovery at one of the biggest aquariums in Europe, featuring a five-million-liter main tank and thousands of sea creatures from all over the world.
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This 16th-century monastery was transformed into a royal palace by King Ferdinand II. Not known for his subtlety, Ferdinand's folly is a no-holds-barred tribute to the wealth and influence of 19th-century Portugal. A testament to the power of imagination (and money), the castle is surrounded by 500 acres of plants and maze-like pathways.
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Belém Tower, or Torre de Belém, is a 16th-century fortification on the banks of Lisbon's River Tagus. This architectural jewel is a must-see when in the city, and is home to magical interiors, spiral staircases, a chapel, dungeons, and a beautiful view from the upper terrace. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983, Belém Tower is a 15-minute walk from another Lisbon icon, Jerónimos Monastery.
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Castelo dos Mouros Sintra, also known as the Castle of the Moors, is a top attraction in the district of Lisbon, located at the top of the hill overlooking the city. It was built in the 10th century and visitors can see the architectural remains of Moorish residences, artifacts from the Bronze and Iron Ages and more.
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Located inside the atmospheric building of Lisbon's Reservatório Mãe d'Água water museum, Immersivus Gallery Lisbon is an art exhibition space that turns traditional visual art into a spectacular and immersive cultural experience. Using state-of-the-art projections, the experience lets visitors get closer to the symbolism and techniques of some of the greatest artists in history, surrounding visitors in colorful 360° light projections and leading them on a path of multi-sensory artistic exploration.
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Museu Nacional do 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.
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The National Palace of Sintra has a thousand-year history. In fact, the original Moorish Palace belonged to the Portuguese Crown, after the conquest of Lisbon in 1147. Sintra has some of the country's most incredible architecture, and it's just a short train or car ride from Lisbon.
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Fado in Chiado is an authentic cultural performance featuring live singers and musicians in central Lisbon. It's easy to reach by Metro. Take the Green Line or bus number 758 to stop Baixa-Chiado.
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Things to do in Sintra

This 16th-century monastery was transformed into a royal palace by King Ferdinand II. Not known for his subtlety, Ferdinand's folly is a no-holds-barred tribute to the wealth and influence of 19th-century Portugal. A testament to the power of imagination (and money), the castle is surrounded by 500 acres of plants and maze-like pathways.
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Castelo dos Mouros Sintra, also known as the Castle of the Moors, is a top attraction in the district of Lisbon, located at the top of the hill overlooking the city. It was built in the 10th century and visitors can see the architectural remains of Moorish residences, artifacts from the Bronze and Iron Ages and more.
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The National Palace of Sintra has a thousand-year history. In fact, the original Moorish Palace belonged to the Portuguese Crown, after the conquest of Lisbon in 1147. Sintra has some of the country's most incredible architecture, and it's just a short train or car ride from Lisbon.
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The Monserrate Palace was the traditional summer retreat for the Portuguese court. Visitors can explore this exotic palatial villa, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, located near Sintra, Portugal. It's easy to reach on the train from central Lisbon.
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Visit the impressive Quinta da Regaleira and enjoy its lush gardens, lakes, grottoes, and enigmatic constructions, including the world-famous Initiation Well. You will uncover the mysteries of each place and have a great time!
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The National Palace and Gardens of Queluz is a showcase for the grandeur of the 18th-century Portuguese royal family. The garden and palace of this Designated National Monument were designed in tandem, so that the interior feels like a continuation of the exterior, and vice versa!
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The Sintra Myths and Legends Interactive Centre is located in Sintra, Portugal, not far by train from Lisbon. It provides visitors with an interactive, multimedia experience focused on the romantic history of Sintra.
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The Convent of the Friars Minor Capuchin is also known as Convent of the Capuchos. It is a historical convent consisting of small quarters and public spaces located in the civil parish of São Pedro de Penaferrim, in the municipality of Sintra. The convent is easy to reach from Lisbon, Portugal.
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Things to do in Porto

Magical Garden Alice
For a limited time during the summer of 2022, visit the Alice in Wonderland-themed light display at Jardim Botânico do Porto. OCUBO, an international studio specializing in interactive and immersive light displays, collaborates with Jardim Botânico do Porto to recreate the whimsical land and characters of Alice's daydreams for viewers of all ages to enjoy.
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Spiritus Night Show at Clérigos Church
The Clerigos Church is a baroque building designed by the architect Nicolau Nasoni. With its famous tower, it's a well-known architectural ensemble in the city of Porto.
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The Immersivus Gallery is Portugal's first space dedicated to immersive art experiences. Equipped with a hyper-cool and totally awesome 360º projection system, Immersivus hosts the permanent exhibition Porto Legends, as well as supporting a range of temporary exhibits focused on art and culture. Book your tickets now and see art come to life before your eyes!
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Cálem Caves, or Porto Cálem, was established in 1859 and is known as the definitive port experience. Guided tours tell the history of port wine production in the region and visitors can also enjoy a wine tasting in the underground cellars. Cálem Caves is located in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal.
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FC Porto Museum is based at Estádio do Dragão, the home stadium of Portuguese Primeira Liga side FC Porto. The 50,000-seater stadium replaced the club's original ground, Estádio das Antas, ahead of the UEFA European Championships of 2004.
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SEA LIFE Porto is an aquarium perfect for a family's aquatic introduction. It's located in Porto, Portugal and is easy to reach by car or public transport.
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The Cathedral of Porto is a Romanesque-Gothic building dating from the 12th and 13th centuries. During the 17th and 18th centuries, the Cathedral went through major renovations that resulted in Baroque features, adding to the diversity of styles in the construction. Inside, it still retains the appearance of a fortress-church, with battlements. The beautiful rose window form the 12th century and the loggia or side porch designed by Nicolau Nasoni in the 18th century, facing the city, are two of the most beautiful features of the Sé.
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The Ideal Clube de Fado show takes place at one of Porto's most iconic vintage cafés: Galeria Paris. The show itself features intense and passionate performances of Portugal's traditional Fado music, set in an informal and welcoming atmosphere.
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Porto Legends is an immersive audiovisual attraction that takes place beneath the Porto Customs House. Projecting spectacular visual effects, animations, and virtual live-action actors onto the walls, the show tells the incredible history and myths of Porto and northern Portugal like never before. Narration is provided by Pedro Abrunhosa and Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons.
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Things to do in Quarteira

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