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  • Lisbon Oceanarium Entrance Ticket

    1. Lisbon Oceanarium Entrance Ticket

    Join the 17 million visitors from 140 countries that have visited Lisbon Oceanarium since it opened in 1998. Located on the grounds of the Expo 98 site, it is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe. Your entrance ticket allows you access to all permanent exhibitions. Celebrate life on earth through stunning displays of more than 8,000 creatures from 500 species, and learn about the complexity of the world’s oceans. Divided into 4 separate bodies of water - representing the North Atlantic, Antarctic, Temperate Pacific, and Tropical Indian Ocean - large acrylic panels cleverly divide each from a central aquarium to create the impression that all living creatures roam in one single mass of salt water!

    Very nice place, well devided to separate sections. Buy tickets online in advance, and you will avoid the Long queue

  • Sintra: Pena Palace and Park Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entrance

    2. Sintra: Pena Palace and Park Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entrance

    The palace is situated in the eastern part of the Park of Pena, which one has to pass through to reach the steep ramp built by the Baron of Eschwege that provides access to the castle-like building. The palace itself is composed of two wings: the former Manueline monastery of the Order of St. Jerome and the wing built in the 19th century by King Ferdinand II. These wings are ringed by a third architectural structure that is a fantastical version of an imaginary castle, whose walls one can walk around and which comprises battlements, watchtowers, an entrance tunnel and even a drawbridge. In 1838, King Ferdinand II acquired the former Hieronymite monastery of Our Lady of Pena, which was built by King Manuel I in 1511 on the top of the hill above Sintra and had been left unoccupied since 1834 when the religious orders were suppressed in Portugal. The monastery consisted of the cloister and...

    A very wonderful place that can get very busy for good reason. Buying the ticket beforehand allowed us to avoid the queue for tickets, which was quite long.

  • Lisbon: Luz Stadium Tour and SL Benfica Museum Ticket

    3. Lisbon: Luz Stadium Tour and SL Benfica Museum Ticket

    Discover the Portuguese passion for football on a guided tour of Luz Stadium, home to the SL Benfica Football Club, one of the most popular football clubs in Lisbon and Portugal. Then, visit the accompanying museum, and retrace the footsteps of legendary players like Eusébio, Paulo Futre, and Mantorras. Start with a tour of the largest and most modern stadium in Portugal. Home to the 2014 final of the Champions League, Luz Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium that opened in 2003. Walk through the field, visit the locker rooms and press room, and take a photo of yourself with the eagle mascot of Sport Lisboa and Benfica. Learn about soccer landmarks in the “History of Benfica” exhibition at the Museum Benfica Cosme Damião. Discover more about SL Benfica’s legendary player, Eusébio, and explore the modern, multimedia technology of the museum. Get an alternative history lesson of Portugal a...

    Excellent tour. Was wonderful to see such a big stadium and you can feel the enormous history of the club as soon as you head into the ground. The museum was an absolute delight and very well done out and insightful into the history of the club

  • Sintra: Monserrate Palace and Park Skip-the-Line Ticket

    4. Sintra: Monserrate Palace and Park Skip-the-Line Ticket

    Four kilometers from Sintra’s historic center is the unique Monserrate Palace, located in the center of a beautiful 30-hectare park. The Park and Palace of Monserrate were included in the Cultural Landscape of Sintra, which was been classified by UNESCO as World Heritage Site in 1995. The 19th-century castle is known not only for its unique Moorish-Gothic-Indian style architecture but also for its surrounding gardens.  Over the years, the gardens have welcomed plant species from all over the world. In the various gardens, you will find surprisingly contrasting scenery, from tree ferns from Australia and New Zealand, to agaves and yuccas from Mexico. Seek out the Himalayan rhododendron and the bamboo-fringed Japanese garden abloom with camellias. Enjoy a stroll along the paths and discover ruins, lakes and waterfalls. 

    Lovely park with lots of different plant species. Monserrate Palace is absolutely beautiful and great for some romantic photos . I only wish that the digital map was more easily available, so the website does need some refining. At the moment you can only find the map, either by searching on the site, or by going to the “Professionals” area and then selecting “Press”.

  • Lisbon: 48-Hour Oceanarium and Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

    5. Lisbon: 48-Hour Oceanarium and Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

    Board this hop-on, hop-off bus and head to the riverside to see the many boats and ships in the Port of Lisbon. You can admire the newest area of the capital, the Nation's Park, built on the site of Expo ’98 complete with modern architecture, leisure areas and restaurants. You can then visit the Lisbon Oceanarium, one of the best aquariums in the world with more than 15,000 animals and over 450 different species of plants. The complete hop-on, hop-off route takes around 1 hour and 40 minutes to complete, and your ticket is valid for a duration of 48 hours. The route goes along the river, and you can visit Alfama and the Tile Museum on your journey. The full route consists of Praça da Figueira, Restauradores, Mq. de Pombal, Picoas, Campo Pequeno, Oceanário, Pavilhão de Portugal, C.C. Vasco da Gama, Hotel Myriad, Museu do Azulejo, the Terminal de Cruzeiros, Campo das Cebolas and Rua do ...

  • Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Museum Entry Ticket

    6. Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Museum Entry Ticket

    Explore the museum's galleries on two independent circuits, organized geographically and in chronological order. Discover the first loop which encompasses the Eastern and Classical Art on display in the Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Mesopotamian, Eastern Islamic, Armenian, and Far Eastern galleries. Take the second circuit to delve into European Art from the beginning of the 11th century to the mid-20th century, with sections devoted to the Art of the Book, Sculpture, Painting, Decorative Arts, and the work of René Lalique, Calouste Gulbenkian close friend. Begin the European Art circuit with works in ivory and illuminated manuscripts, followed by a selection of 15th, 16th and 17th-century sculptures and paintings. Explore the French 18th-century decorative arts collection with its outstanding gold and silver objects and furniture, as well as paintings and sculptures. Continue your journey th...

  • Lisbon: Museu Coleção Berardo Entrance Ticket

    7. Lisbon: Museu Coleção Berardo Entrance Ticket

    Visit the most popular modern and contemporary art museum in the country, the Museu Coleção Berardo. Located in Belém, this museum has 6 exhibitions on view through which you can experience the most significant artistic movements in the last century.   Admire works by artists from diverse cultural contexts and using varied forms of expression. Take a trip through history by exploring the works in chronological order. Names such as Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Piet Mondrian, Joan Miró, Max Ernst, Vieira da Silva, Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Donald Judd and Bruce Nauman are presented within the framework of the artistic movements they defined.

  • Lisbon: Rua Augusta Arch Admission Ticket

    8. Lisbon: Rua Augusta Arch Admission Ticket

    When you visit the Rua Augusta Arch you’ll have access to a vantage point with a 360-degree view of Lisbon and the surrounding area. The Terreiro do Paço, the Pombaline downtown area, the Cathedral, the Castle of St. Jorge, and the Tejo River Tejo are some of the iconic landmarks that you can see from the top of the building with your admission ticket. On the upper part of the Arch, you’ll see sculptures by Célestin Anatole Calmels, including Glory crowning Genius and Valor. Lower down are sculptures by Vítor Bastos, representing the historical figures of Viriatus, Vasco da Gama, the Marquis of Pombal, and Nuno Álvares Pereira.  Inside the Arch, in the Clock Room, you’ll learn about the history of this triumphal Arch, from the time when construction first started, after the 1755 earthquake, to its completion in 1875.

    From the top you get an amazing view of the plaza by the river. You all see all of Baixa. The building itself is not huge but it is interesting inside and well worth the visit!

  • Lisbon: Sitway Tour and Lisbon Oceanarium Ticket

    9. Lisbon: Sitway Tour and Lisbon Oceanarium Ticket

    Embark on a fun and unique tour experience as you explore East Lisbon on a sitway. See more of the city’s famous Parque das Nações district, enjoy entertaining commentary from your local guide, and marvel at the incredible exhibitions at the Lisbon Oceanarium. Meet your guide, receive your helmet, and get an instructional session on how to use the sitway. You’ll ride on the wide sidewalks and open spaces, with the river, water fountains, lush greenery, and public art surrounding you as you make your way to the Oceanarium. Once there, skip the lines with your tickets and head into the magical underwater world aquarium, which hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions that you can enjoy on your visit. See the "One Planet, One Ocean" permanent exhibition that celebrates life on Earth with an impressive collection of living creatures. It invokes the complex diversity that inhabits the ocea...

  • Lisbon: Benfica Stadium and Museum Tour

    10. Lisbon: Benfica Stadium and Museum Tour

    Discover the Portuguese passion for football on a guided tour of Luz Stadium (Estádio da Luz), home of the legendary SL Benfica Football Club and the largest stadium in Portugal. Choose from a 09:00 or 14:30 departure to suit your schedule. Journey to the stadium by air-conditioned minivan and access areas usually off-limits to the public, such as the locker rooms and press conference room. Get a closer look at the executive seats and purchase authentic merchandise in the Benfica megastore. Follow in the footsteps of legendary players such as Paulo Futre and Mantorras and stroll onto the great lawn to experience what it must be like to face the huge crowds during a match. Next, go to the Cosme Damião Museum, named Portugal's best museum in 2014. Learn more about famous players like Eusébio through the museum's images, multimedia technology, relics dedicated to Benfica and over 20,000 d...

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What people are saying about Lisbon

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 4,108 reviews

Excellent tour. Was wonderful to see such a big stadium and you can feel the enormous history of the club as soon as you head into the ground. The museum was an absolute delight and very well done out and insightful into the history of the club

A very wonderful place that can get very busy for good reason. Buying the ticket beforehand allowed us to avoid the queue for tickets, which was quite long.

It is very well thought out and the aquarium has a lot of space, all the Oceans are represented. Highly recommended.

Skipping the line was definitely a good idea and the Pena Palace is well worth seeing.

Great experience, magical place. People are amazing and so helpful