Calçada dos Barbadinhos

The Steam Pumping Station of Barbadinhos and the walkstreet Calçada dos Barbadinhos get their names from an interesting source. A monastery used to sit in the place of the station. Italian friars lived there.
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Vasco da Gama Aquarium (Aquário Vasco da Gama) in Lisbon

The Vasco do Gama Aquarium, in the Cruz Quebrada area of Lisbon, has built a solid reputation over the last 100 years as a premier oceanographic institution. The museum is the only one in the country to offer both a live exhibition as well as a museum. Over 200 species can...
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Ulysses, Offiusa & The Seven Hills of Lisbon

Many say Lisbon is a city built on “seven hills:” Hill of São Jorge (the highest hill and the first inhabited place in Lisbon); Hill of São Vicente; Hill of Santa Ana; Hill of St. Andrew; Hill of Chagas; Hill of Santa Catarina; Hill of São Roque. There is a fun and interesting legend about how those seven hills were formed…
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National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo) – Lisbon

Azulejos are those beautiful hand-painted tiles you see on buildings everywhere in Portugal. Portuguese are very proud of this unique and iconic art form that is unique to their heritage. The National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo) provides a showcase for large murals and small decorative ceramic Portuguese tile.
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See Lisbon by Go Car, Buggy or Segway

A fun way for families to see Lisbon. Take a GoCar through Lisbon and meet the city in a relaxed, fun and innovative way, using a GPS that explains all the main points of the city’s attractions! Mom or Dad has ...