Our City Guide

Lisbon is a city full of culture, history, great food, and beautiful views. If you’re looking to explore more of what our beloved city has to offer, our city guide is the perfect place to start. Discover Lisbon through our eyes, and learn about all the best places to see, eat, and experience.



MAAT is a cultural project for the city of Lisbon that is focused on three areas – Art, Architecture, and Technology. The museum sits on the River Tagus (Rio Tejo) to the west of the city centre and “one of Europe’s most lyrical new museums”.It establishes a connection between the new building and the 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. The museum is designed by Amanda Levete Architects.

Price: 9 euros

Open from 10am to 7pm . Close on Tuesday

Address: Av. Brasilia

Museu Calouste Gulbenkian

Browse the legacy of oil magnate Calouste Gulbenkian, who fled to Lisbon during World War 2. This museum houses a stunning collection of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Islamic, Asian, and European art.
There are also beautiful gardens to kick back in.

Price:10 euros

Open 10am to 6pm . Closed tuesday

Address : Av Berna 45

Museu dos Coches

Housed in the old horse riding arena of Belém Palace, this museum contains one of the finest collections of historical
carriages in the world. Don’t miss the coach that was carrying King Carlos I when he and his son were assassinated
in 1908.

Price: 8 euros

Open 10am to 6pm. Closed Tuesday
Address: Av da India 136

Museu Nacional do Azulejo

Want to know more about the blue and white tiles on the buildings around the city? Check out this museum, located in the tile-covered Monastery of Madre de Deus.
Ask about their classes to learn how to make the tiles yourself.

price: 5 euros

Open from 10am to 6pm. Closed Monday

Address: Rua Madre Deus 4

Centro Cultural de Belém

At a whopping 140,000 m², this is Portugal’s largest cultural centre, where you’ll find four big galleries of modern art to browse. It’s close to all the main monuments and sites in Belém and definitely worth a visit

Price :5 euros

Open every day from 11am to 8pm

Address: Praça do Império