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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANCIENT ART (NMAA)
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANCIENT ART (NMAA)
Combo (Save 9%): Belém Tower + National Museum of Ancient Art + National Museum of Contemporary Art Tickets
Combo (Save 9%): Belém Tower + National Museum of Ancient Art + National Museum of Contemporary Art Tickets

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$19.90

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The Belem Tower is an enduring symbol of Portugal's rich history, culture, and heritage. Originally named the 'Tower of Saint Vincent' in honor of Lisbon's patron saint, this 16th-century fortification graces the banks of the River Tagus. Its limestone structure and distinctive Manueline architecture, characterized by intricate details such as twisted ropes, armillary spheres, and Gothic motifs, make it a remarkable landmark. Comprising four stories, including the Governor's Room, Kings' Room, Audience Room, and vaulted chapel, the tower offers a glimpse into Portugal's past and architectural prowess. National Museum of Ancient Art The National Museum of Ancient Art boasts a diverse collection of over 40,000 artworks and cultural artifacts, making it a must-visit destination for those intrigued by Portuguese art from the Middle Ages to the early 19th century. Discover masterpieces by renowned Portuguese artists such as Nuno Gonçalves and Vasco Fernandes, alongside Flemish paintings by the likes of Bosch and Rubens. The museum also showcases decorative arts, including pottery, textiles, and metalwork. National Museum of Contemporary Art Established in 1911, the National Museum of Contemporary Art initially housed its collection within the ruins of the São Francisco da Cidade monastery, heavily damaged during the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. The museum proudly features renowned pieces by celebrated artists including Rodin, Abel Manta, and Adriano Sousa Lopes. As you wander through the galleries, you'll encounter a wide array of artistic styles spanning from the late 19th century to the present day.
Combo (Save 8%): Jerónimos Monastery + National Museum of Contemporary Art + National Museum of Ancient Art Entry Tickets
Combo (Save 8%): Jerónimos Monastery + National Museum of Contemporary Art + National Museum of Ancient Art Entry Tickets

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$24.21

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Visit Libon's top 3 attractions with this super saver combo: Jerónimos Monastery, National Museum of Contemporary Art, and National Museum of Ancient Art. Jerónimos Monastery Obtain tickets to visit the Jerónimos Monastery, an esteemed national monument designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated close to Lisbon. Within its walls, the church has been revered as a monument to local luminaries like Luís de Camões and Vasco da Gama. Observe mythical creatures such as gargoyles and marine animals intricately carved into the columns, arches, and other decorative elements throughout the monastery. Wander through the 16th-century cloister and glimpse into the erstwhile monks’ refectory. National Museum of Ancient Art The National Museum of Ancient Art boasts a diverse collection of over 40,000 artworks and cultural artifacts, making it a must-visit destination for those intrigued by Portuguese art from the Middle Ages to the early 19th century. It stands as one of the country's premier museums. Discover masterpieces by renowned Portuguese artists such as Nuno Gonçalves and Vasco Fernandes, alongside Flemish paintings by the likes of Bosch and Rubens. Be sure to observe prints and drawings from prominent figures like Dürer and Rembrandt. The museum also showcases decorative arts, including pottery, textiles, and metalwork. During your visit, don't overlook the 15th-century St. Vincent Panels and the extraordinary solid gold Cross of Dom Sancho I, both of which are significant highlights of the museum's collection. National Museum of Contemporary Art Established in 1911, the National Museum of Contemporary Art initially housed its collection within the ruins of the São Francisco da Cidade monastery, heavily damaged during the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. The museum proudly features renowned pieces by celebrated artists including Rodin, Abel Manta, and Adriano Sousa Lopes. As you wander through the galleries, you'll encounter a wide array of artistic styles spanning from the late 19th century to the present day.
Gray Line 48/72-Hr Hop-On Hop-Off Tour of Lisbon
Gray Line 48/72-Hr Hop-On Hop-Off Tour of Lisbon

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$34.25

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The port city of Lisbon is not just Portugal’s national capital but a melting pot of history and culture, trendy hotspots and nightlife, beaches from Cascais to Estoril, and the magnificent River Tagus. Exploring this vibrant city has never been easier with options like these 48-hour and 72-hour hop-on-hop-off bus tours. Choose the routes you wish to travel by and see different parts of the city in the most panoramic way, at your own pace. With an audio guide aboard in multiple languages, learn about each attraction and area in detail, allowing you to seamlessly plan the rest of your itinerary. Belem + Castle - 48hr Tour Immerse yourself in the oldest part of Lisbon as you pass by and get to visit historic attractions like the 16th-century Belém Tower – a ceremonial gateway and fortification to the city – St. George's Castle – visible from almost anywhere in Lisbon, it’s one of the city’s most ancient attraction – the oldest church in the city, the Lisbon Cathedral, the National Museum of Ancient Art, and more. Belem + Cascais - 48hr Tour Get to know only the Belém route of the city but also immerse yourself in the triad of Costa do Sol – Estoril, Cascais, and Guincho. The Cascais Line passes by the must-see Jerónimos Monastery, one of the best examples of the Portuguese Gothic Manueline style of architecture. Cascais by itself is a gem of a district and is known for its stunning bays and beaches, museums, and breezy seaside atmosphere. Belém + Oriente + Castle + Cascais - 72hr Tour This option gives you access to 4 routes for 72 hours so you’ll have no worry about missing out on anything! The Belém and Castle line takes you to the historic portion of the city while Cascais opens up to its own attractive sights. Oriente will have you exploring very unique attractions such as the Vasco da Gama Tower, Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum), the vast Oceanário de Lisboa, and more.
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