All sorts of experiences within a short distance range.
MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is the new cultural centre for Lisbon.
It’s a museum where these three areas intertwine within a space of debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue. It’s an innovative project which establishes a connection between the new building, designed by Amanda Levete Architects’ studio, and Central Tejo Power Station, one of Portugal’s most prominent examples of industrial architecture from the first half of the 20th century, and one of the most visited museums in the country.
MAAT’s ambition is to present national and international exhibitions by contemporary artists, architects and thinkers. The programme will also include various curatorial perspectives on EDP Foundation’s private Art Collection, reflecting current subject matters and trends.
Casa Fernando Pessoa is the house that was inhabited by the writer during the last 15 years of his life.
It has an exhibition on three floors about the poet's life and work and a library specialized in world poetry.
It is a place of literature that crosses memory, literary creation, and reading.
In 2021, Casa Fernando Pessoa was distinguished by the Portuguese Museology Association with the Best Portuguese Museum Award.
The Jerónimos Monastery is a National Monument and was classified a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.
King Manuel I built a large monastery near the location where the Infante D. Henrique ordered a church to be built in the mid-15th century by invocation of St. Mary of Belém.
To immortalise the memory of the Infante, for his intense devotion to Our Lady and faith in St. Jerome, in 1496 King Manuel I decided to found the Monastery of St. Mary of Belém, near the city of Lisbon, next to the Tagus River.
Donated to the monks of the Order of St. Jerome, today it is commonly known as the Jerónimos Monastery.
A pantheon of the Avis-Beja Dynasty, in the 19th century the church became the sepulchre for heroes and poets: Vasco da Gama and Luís de Camões.
A notable work of architecture, it became part of Portuguese identity and culture.
The Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation was created to study and to diffuse the knowledge of Vieira da Silva work, one of the most outstanding in the 20th century, as well as her husband work, Arpad Szenes. Based in a way to give a time/ historical and esthetical frame to the art of these two artists, the Foundation presents, regularly, temporary exhibitions from other artists, national and international, who lived or shared with them artistics affinities. The museum program also aims to give a place to Arpad Szenes and Vieira da Silva’s work in the panorama of national and international art.
This house, winner of the 1905 Valmor Architecture Award and the former Studio of the painter José Malhoa, was purchased in 1932 by the ophthalmologist and art collector Dr António Anastácio Gonçalves (1888-1965), who used the house to display his impressive collection, which he wished to bestow to the State.
The collection includes a wide variety of objects, in particular Portuguese 19th century naturalist paintings and decorative art pieces, highlighted by an exquisite collection of Chinese porcelain.
Visitors to this house-museum can view the collections in the welcoming and day-to-day ambience of a house that is also a museum.
Besides the display, study and preservation of the permanent collection, the house-museum offers guided thematic visits and artistic expression workshops to foster life-long art learning experiences.
The house-museum also features free concerts, colloquiums and conferences.
Altice Arena is a rather versatile venue that can host a wide variety of events. From 20 to 20,000 spectators.
A boutique hotel in Lisbon reviving the glamour of the Portuguese 40s with an extraordinary location in the centre of the city, on Restauradores square.
Glamour and class with a view of the streets of the city is what you’ll find on the terrace of this hotel. The bar and restaurant offer a different way of seeing the city.
The Altis Belém Hotel & Spa is a 5 star design Hotel located just a few steps from the Tagus River – In Doca do Bom Sucesso, in the cultural and historic quarter of Belém.
The Altis Grand Hotel, five star Conference & Business Hotel, combines elegance, sophistication and comfort with the best location in Lisbon’s city centre.
Altis Prime is a luxury Apartment Hotel in Lisbon, with an updated design, located in the main financial and commercial artery of Lisbon, Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca.
Altis Suites is an aparthotel in Lisbon center next to Altis Grand Hotel offers 42 apartments and suits for long stays or vacations in Lisbon.
The metropolitan city of Lisbon is full of light, people, corners, work, ideas and inspiration. We imagine that whatever the reason for your coming, the best part of your day will be your rest, the deserved one!
The America Diamonds Hotel is located in the city center, near Marques de Pombal and Parque Eduardo VII. It offers comfortable accommodation in a historic building beautifully restored , contrasting with its modern interior.
Our services are based in Private airport-hotel-airport tranfers, Private tours and also corporate services (hourly or at disposal).
The best 360º view over Lisbon. A breathtaking landscape from its hills, the houses, River Tagus and the main monuments, among other points of interest.
Amoreiras Shopping Center, a Lisbon’s icon. Placed in the center of the Portuguese capital became a meeting point for all, always demanding quality and attentive to the last fashion trends.
A unique and multicultural market in the Anjos neighbourhood of Lisbon, one of the most traditional areas of the city. You’ll find a lot of original stuff to buy.
PrivateLane is a company dedicated to private transport with driver. We have all different kinds of executive and leisure transports, having a fleet prepared for any type of service that the client may need.
The A Outra Face da Lua is a vintage clothing shop in the heart of Lisbon's downtown. With its 10 years of existance the shop also gathers a bistro coffee shop with an outdoor terrace.
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.
Prepare to descend to the Núcleo Arqueológico da Rua dos Correeiros, where you’ll find the remains of previous occupants of the city.
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.