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.
Lisbon Metro and Nearby Attractions on Map
Museu do Azulejo(2.2 km)
One of the most important national museums, for its singular collection, Azulejo, an artistic expression which differentiates Portuguese culture, and for the unique building where it is installed, former Madre de Deus Convent, founded in 1509 by Queen Dona Leonor.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum(1.8 km)
Created from the personal collection of Calouste Gulbenkian, an Armenian who longed to see all his treasures displayed in a museum.
Gloria Funicular(2.5 km)
Inaugurated on 24 October 1885, this funicular was the second to be placed in Lisbon.
Lavra Funicular(2.1 km)
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.
Feira da Ladra(2.5 km)
Bustling flea market with antique stores.
Lisbon Botanical Gardens(2.5 km)
A hidden gem.
Museu da Água(2.3 km)
Praca Dom Pedro IV Square, better known as Rossio, is the main square in downtown Lisbon and a popular meeting place for locals.
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