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Around 500,000 people live in this part of Lisboa Region.
Castle of Sao Jorge is, of course, the first thing you'll want to see. This world-renowned icon never fails to amaze.
If you're travelling with the whole family, trips to the Ascensor da Gloria and Iberian Wolf Recuperation Center are guaranteed to be a winner. If that isn't enough to tire the young ones out, why not visit the Bica Lift and the Glória Lift as well?
Take a deep breath and embark on a journey through the ocean at Lisbon Oceanarium, where you'll get to know a variety of creatures of the deep. Yet another oceanic world is waiting for you at Lisbon Oceanarium.
You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy an outing to the Lisbon Zoo! Visitors of all ages will have lots of opportunities to get up close to its fascinating inhabitants through a range of thoughtful exhibits.
Passionate about your wine? Then stop by the Quinta Das Carrafouchas Vineyard and the AdegaMae Winery, where you'll get an insight into the winemaking process and, of course, taste a drop or two.
After high-stakes gambling and a lively atmosphere? Get going to the Lisbon Casino! It's the ideal place to start a wild night out!
For a pleasant afternoon out, pay a visit to the Botanical Garden or the Ajuda Botanical Garden. The roaming walkways and beautifully sculpted gardens are a delight to the senses. Another lovely place to check out is the Jardim Botânico Tropical.
Remember those happy childhood days spent stretched out on the grass watching clouds pass over? Relive that feeling at Edward VII Park and Garcia de Orta Garden. If you're after more options, stake out the best spot and let the afternoon drift idly by at Jardim Municipal Constantino Palha or Belvedere Sao Pedro de Alcantara.
Pay a visit to Sesimbra Beach or Meco Beach and let the salty air and songs of the seabirds clear your mind. Eager to add to your holiday shell collection? Also check out Sol Beach and Norte Beach.
Put on some comfy shoes and prepare for an adventure. There are lots of nature reserves in this area that are just waiting to be explored. The clean, crisp air and natural surroundings at Cabo Espichel and Floresta de Monsanto Park are as rejuvenating as they come. For a little bit more downtime, go to Estuario do Tejo Natural Reserve and Pena Park.
If you want to discover something new or just find shelter from a rainy day, the Museum of Design and the National Coach Museum should be on your list. Enquire about group tours or study the displays in your own time. The National Museum of Costume and Fashion and the National Museum of Azulejos are also top options for museum buffs.
Uncover the seafaring history of the area while admiring the salt-encrusted stories and artefacts that are displayed at the Maritime Museum.
The incredible world of science never ceases to amaze us. Learn all about the latest in advances and achievements at the Knowledge Pavilion and Calouste Gulbekian Planetarium. For even more mind-blowing displays, add the Sintra Science Center and the TagusPark to your itinerary of discovery.
Expand your knowledge on the natural world with some time at the National Museum of Natural History and the National Archaelogical Museum. With so many curious specimens packed into these buildings, you might not know where to start! The earth's riches are boundless, and you can dig up some more of them at the Aldeia Tipica and the National Museum of Ethnology.
Art admirers journey from all over to take in Lisbon District's renowned collections, and the Gulbenkian Museum and the Berardo Collection are often at the top of their schedules. Also ask about what displays are being held at the Chiado Museum and the National Museum of Ancient Art.
Learn all about the influence that Lisbon District's past people and events had on the nation, and sometimes the world, at the Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro Museum and the Cidade Museum. For an even greater insight into days gone by, also plan an excursion to the Museo Sao Roque and the Igreja do Carmo.
Lisbon District is brimming with must-see historic attractions. Why not begin exploring the city's past at Belem Tower and Parliament? The Instituto Superior Tecnico and Lisbon City Hall are also worth a visit.
Take an excursion to Fortaleza de Santiago, a stronghold that once played a vital defence role, and imagine the attacks that its mighty stone walls endured lifetimes ago.
They were certainly trying to be extravagant when they built Queluz National Palace and Ajuda National Palace, and they certainly did a good job of it! Belem National Palace and Mosteiro Palacio Nacional de Mafra are two more extravagant residences. Enquire about guided tours if you'd like to see them up close.
You'll want to have your camera ready when you stop by Sesimbra Castle. With its lofty turrets and picturesque surrounds, this spectacular building is the stuff of postcards! If you can't get enough, Alenquer Castle and Castle of the Moors are just as grand.
Whether you're religious or simply want a bit of serenity, Lisbon Cathedral and Jeronimos Monastery are sure to add some deeper meaning to your visit. If you want to discover more, continue on to Cristo Rei and National Pantheon.
Don't grab your passport just yet, there's still lots to do! Have you visited Vasco da Gama Bridge and Alenquer City Hall yet? You'll also find plenty to keep you happy at the Pedra do Sal Environmental Interpretation Center and the Culturgest.
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You don't need to break the bank to have a restful night's sleep in Lisbon District. The Independente Hostel & Suites, located at Rua Sao Pedro De Alcântara 81, and the Portugal Ways Bairro Alto Apartments, found at Rua Do Vale 17, are both relaxing and cheap as chips. Or would you rather spend your holiday in more luxurious surrounds? Get ready to be treated like royalty at the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon or the Olissippo Lapa Palace.
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This is a stunning hotel, exquisitely decorated with a wonderful attention to detail. It oozes class and the staff are extremely professional and polite. I would say it is a definite five star hotel and would come back again in a heartbeat. The rooms are spacious and well finished and the breakfast ...
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