An ode to the Baroque and Rococo styles in Portugal, this palace is a listed monument that provides a stunning insight into life at court.
If you visit Oeiras during your stay in Lisbon, set aside a few hours to discover this magnificent palace.
The building, one of the aristocratic houses most representative of the Rococo and Baroque styles in Portugal, was designed by Carlos Mardel in the second half of the 18th century.
The residence of the great rebuilder of Lisbon was thus designed to combine both recreation and business.
The beauty of the palace and its gardens is coupled with a large area of farming land and a substantial winery.
The property also contains an olive oil press and a fishing lodge, denoting the huge versatility of the farm. Inside the palace, there are paintings, frescoes, azulejo tiles and statues that impress all those who visit.
Come and see them for yourself.
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