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Most of the metro system is a free art gallery.
Most of the metro system is a free art gallery. You'll find art by contemporary artists inspired by the stations' surrounding area. The red line is the newest one and has the best pieces of art.
Created from the personal collection of Calouste Gulbenkian, an Armenian who longed to see all his treasures displayed in a museum
Nestled on a hilltop overlooking central Lisbon and the Tejo River, the São Jorge Castle is a fortified Moorish citadel from the Middle Ages
The oldest funicular of Lisbon was inaugurated on 19 April 1884 and on that day it worked for 16 consecutive hours, carrying more than 3,000 passengers free
The Lisbon Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in the city, built in 1147 on the site of an old mosque after Christians took over the city in the Second Crusade
The Museu do Teatro Romano (Roman Theatre Museum) showcases the archeological remains of the adjacent Roman theatre that was built by Emperor Augustus in the 1st century BC in Felicitas Julia Olisipo, as Lisbon was known during the time
Praca Dom Pedro IV Square, better known as Rossio, is the main square in downtown Lisbon and a popular meeting place for locals
Inaugurated on 24 October 1885, this funicular was the second to be placed in Lisbon
Multifunctional space dedicated to contemporary art, especially photography
Bustling flea market with antique stores