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Castello
“Nel 2013 è stato il monumento più visitato della città di Lisbona. Dalle mura del Castello di Sao Jorge si gode una vista a 360° sulla città di Lisbona”
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Quartiere
“Alcantara 50 è un posticino dove mi ritrovo a pranzo o cena, per un pasto economico ed una buona compagnia dei proprietari, gente simpatica a cui piace scambiare una parola quando non sono impegnati a servire i piatti. Un pasto veloce, economico, di qualità e tipico portoghese.”
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Place of Worship
“Mosteiro dos Jerónimos. The country’s most important monument displays the exuberant, almost oriental ornamentation that is a chief characteristic of the Manueline style Few of Lisbon’s monuments are overly grand – and while this historic monastery is imposing, its proportions remain approachable. Built from the beginning of the 16th century by Diogo de Boytac and finally by Jerónimo de Ruão, Jerónimos is a celebration of Portugal’s territorial expansion and an expression of a uniquely national style. It’s also a monument to Portuguese identity, housing tombs of navigator Vasco da Gama and poet Luís de Camões.”
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Pasticceria
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“You must have heard of it. But we locals think these custard pies are really special. You'll see many other custard pies in the city but non are good as these ones.”
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Monumento/meta turistica
“Torre de Belém. The defensive tower at Belém is a jewel of the Manueline architectural style, combining Moorish, Renaissance and Gothic elements in a dazzling whole. At the time of its construction, the tower stood on an island in the river Tejo, about 200 m (650 ft) from the northern riverbank, and so commanded the approach to Lisbon more fully than it does today. The land between the tower and the Jerónimos monastery has since been reclaimed from the river. Even if you do not plan to visit the inside (I never did it) it’s still worth the trip just for the walk near the river and the view from outside. While you are in the zone you can visit also the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, the Centro Cultural de Belém and the museum Berardo. Do not miss to taste the Pasteis de Belém in Rua Belém 84-92 (avoid rush hours)”
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Punto di osservazione panoramico
“Uno dei punti più alti della città. Tra i più belli e tra i più nascosti miradouri cittadini, imperdibile!”
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Spazio per eventi
“The most ancient market of Lisbon. It is beautiful and in the mornings you can buy fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. It has lots of restaurants inside”
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Museo d'arte
“Our favourite museum in Lisbon. Look out for their classical music concerts during the year.”
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Ristorante di pesce
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“A Lisbon seafood experience, this institution is so well-known they don't take bookings, its first come first served so go early to avoid the queues.”
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Spazio per eventi
“One of more old market in Lisbon, where you can find absolutely everything, with a great view. ”
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Punto di osservazione panoramico
“"The Elevador de Santa Justa is a 19th century lift that transports passengers up the steep hill from the Baixa district to the Largo do Carmo and the ruins of the Carmo church." Vertical lift built by the Architec Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, with a cast iron structure, enriched with filigrana details, buid on 1902 Hours of Operation: 07:00h - 21:45h”
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Aquarium
“The Lisbon Oceanarium is located in the Parque das Nações, which was the exhibition grounds for the Expo '98. It is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe. Their Mission: To encourage people to learn more about the oceans and make all citizens aware of their duty to conserve their natural heritage, by changing their behaviour.”
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Museo d'arte
“The National Museum of Ancient Art is one of Lisbon's great cultural attractions, and a "must see" on any tourist itinerary. This is Portugal's national gallery and houses the largest collection of Portuguese 15th- and 16th-century paintings in the country. An equally impressive display of European, Oriental, and African art adds to the allure. The museum is set west of the city center within a 17th-century palace, itself built over the remains of the Saint Albert Carmelite monastery, which was virtually destroyed in the 1755 earthquake. Fortunately, the chapel survived and is integrated into the building.”
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Giardino
“Bellissimo parco nel cuore della citta' con intrattenimento per piccoli. In primavera e estate vengono organizzati concerti e cinema all'aperto”
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Centro commerciale
“The name of this shopping center is a tribute to Christopher Columbus. The architecture of the space, as well as its original decoration, were adapted to the time of the Portuguese discoveries, one of the most important periods in the history of Portugal. The squares and streets inside the center have names alluding to the 16th century, such as the Avenue of the Discoveries and the Tropic of Cancer Square. It has enough commerce, clothes shops, food stores, stationery, a chapel, a hypermarket, etc. It also has cinemas, sporadic exhibitions, and gardens with several restaurants. It is now the largest shopping center in the Iberian Peninsula with a total of 338 stores and 6.326 parking spaces.”
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Night Club
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“Owned by John Malkovich, this is Lisbon's most famous club and the amazing view over the river might be one of the reasons why.”
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