This card grants the holder the following benefits:
Free transportation on the Lisbon Metro subway and buses, trams, lifts of CARRIS lines.
Free pass in 29 museums, monuments and places of interest .
10% to 50% discount on local services and cultural and tourist interest. 5% to 10% discount in participating stores for wide range of genuinely Portuguese articles.
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VAT at 6% included.
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Lisboa Story Centre
The Lisbon Story Centre - Memories of the City, open from September 2012, is a venue dedicated to the history of the Portuguese capital...
Arco Monumental da Rua Augusta
Visitable monument that offers access to a vantage point with a 360º view of the city...
Monastery of Jerónimos
The construction of the Jerónimos Monastery began in 1501, on the orders of King Manuel I. Chosen as the royal pantheon and fi nanced by the fabulous wealth from India, this monumental construction is a brilliant synthesis of European late-Gothic and early renaissance trends...
Torre de Belém
Designed by Francisco da Arruda and built between 1514 and 1520, the tower known as Torre de São Vicente de Belém was a key element of the defensive complex at the mouth of the Tagus...
If you would like to get to know Lisboa’s hidden secrets, without the slog of climbing its seven hills on foot, then take a ride on the no. 28 tram. This is the ideal way of discovering some of Lisbon most interesting historical sites...
Sintra Myths and Legends
WELCOME TO THE SINTRA MYTHS AND LEGENDS INTERACTIVE CENTRE
We will take you on an amazing journey through the stories and places that, since the immemorial time, fill this region of mystery and make Sintra one of the most pleasant destinations in the world.
Museu Nacional dos Coches
Ranging from the 17th century coach of King Philip II to 19th century carriages, and including the famous coaches used in the Embassy sent by King João V to Pope Clement XI, this collection is the best in its type in the World...
Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
This museum was founded in 1884, and its collections of painting, sculpture, drawing, gold ware and jewellery, ceramics, textiles and furniture provide a panoramic view of the development of portuguese art and its contacts with the rest of the world from...
Palácio Nacional de Mafra
The Royal Convent of Mafra is the most important Portuguese Baroque monument, encompassing a Basilica, a Royal Palace and a Convent of the Order of St. Francis. It was also briefl y occupied by a group of canons, followers of St. Augustine (1771/1791)...