The Ajuda National Palace was the official royal house in the second half of the 19th century. It presents authentic interiors and important art collections.
An essential part of Lisbon to get to know on foot. Drop in at the Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation and its garden nearby for an unforgettable day.
Discover the giant stone aqueduct that crosses Lisbon and contributed so much to its development, providing generations of locals with water and withstanding the 1755 earthquake.
Climb up one of Lisbon’s iconic buildings for a unique view of the city. Open to the public since 9 August 2013, the Arch leaves Lisbon at your feet, literally.