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Lisbon City Cards

Access Lisbon's gems, enjoy exclusive perks, and effortlessly immerse yourself in the city's culture
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Jerónimos Monastery

Walk around the UNESCO World Heritage Site and enjoy the Manueline architectural style
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Oceanário de Lisboa

Embark on a marine voyage across the globe's oceans in Lisbon's architectural wonder
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Belém Tower

Climb spiral stairs, visit old cannons, and see city views.
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Estádio da Luz

Estádio da Luz, located in Lisbon, is the center for Portugal's passion for football and home to the S.L. Benfica - one of the most popular football clubs in Lisbon and Portugal.
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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.
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Lisbon Zoo

The Lisbon Zoo, opened in 1884, was the Iberian Peninsula's first fauna and flora park. Right in the heart of Lisbon, it contains 2,000 animals from around 300 different species. Here you can enjoy a unique day out, and observe a wide range of fascinating species. By visiting the zoo, you're also contributing to their mission of conserving species and their habitats. An unforgettable day that's great for you as well as the animals!
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Immersivus Gallery Lisbon

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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Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa)

At over 800 years old, Lisbon Cathedral (or Sé de Lisboa) Lisbon's oldest church. Built during the reign of King Afonso Henriques, Sé de Lisboa has seen many disasters (including earthquakes), restorations, and renovations to make it the magnificent structure you see today.
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Lisbon Fado

Unlock the heart of Lisbon: experience the passion of Fado music!
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National Palace and Gardens of Queluz

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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Royal Treasure Museum, Lisbon

Each remarkable piece in the Royal Treasure Museum collection in the Ajuda National Palace bears witness to the country’s history as a kingdom, which was built up over almost eight centuries. Your tickets to explore this incredible collection of precious items allow you to see a large portion of the riches that were once the property of Portugal’s royal household. Some of the items belonged to the Crown and others came from the private collections of the various members of the royal family. Don't miss the chance to see these priceless artifacts up close!
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Lisbon Hills Tram

Discover Lisbon in a new way - ride the hill tram!
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National Palace of Ajuda

This palace, built in the first half of the 19th century in Neoclassical style, was chosen as the residence of the Portuguese Royal Family when Dom Luís I became king of Portugal and married an Italian princess, Dona Maria Pia of Savoy.
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