Discover all of the city’s museums and monuments. Whether you have a pre-defined list of interests or prefer to go with the flow, here you can check out all the cultural venues and museums in the city, from major icons to the most unexpected of collections. From historic places to the most recent museum and architecture projects, there is much to see in a city which is constantly reinventing itself. From the classic to the contemporary, visual arts to performing arts, listed monuments to new interactive exhibitions, in Lisbon there is always a unique show to see or an impressive monument to visit. And this is the place to find them.
Designed in 1746 by the Hungarian architect Carlos Mardel, this reservoir was built to receive and distribute the water carried by the Águas Livres Aqueduct.
Hidden underground the garden of Príncipe Real, you can find the Patriarchal Reservoir, whose construction was completed in 1864. Displays an octagonal shape, to coincide with the lake drawing at the top.
The Loreto Gallery, built in 1746, stands out with its route currently open to visitors between the Casa do Registo in Rua das Amoreiras, and the Mirador of São Pedro de Alcântara.