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  1. Mosteiro de Alcobaça
Place: Alcobaça
Photo: IGESPAR - Luís Pavão
    Monuments
    Mosteiro de Alcobaça
    The largest Gothic church of the Order of Cister.A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this imposing monastery is one of the most impressive and beautiful testimonies of the Cistercian architecture throughout Europe. The Abbey Foundation Charter dates from (...)

    Telephone: +351 262 505 120
    Fax: +351 262 505 130
    E-mail: geral@malcobaca.dgpc.pt
    Website: http://www.mosteiroalcobaca.gov.pt

  2. Torre dos Clérigos
Place: Porto
Photo: João Paulo
    Monuments
    Torre dos Clérigos
    Genuine baroque work by Nicolau Nasoni, an ex-libris monument of the city of Porto.The Church of Clérigos (Ecclesiastics) is a genuine baroque masterpiece dating from the mid-18th century. It was designed by Nicolau Nasoni, an architect of Italian (...)

    Telephone: +351 220 145 489
    E-mail: info@torredosclerigos.pt
    Website: http://www.torredosclerigos.pt

  3. Monuments
    Mosteiro da Serra do Pilar
    Part of the area classified by UNESCO as World Heritage in December 1996, the Monastery of Serra do Pilar is the architectural landmark of Gaia. The interesting church and cloisters are laid out according to a circular design unique in Portugal.The (...)

    Telephone: +351 223 795 385

  4. Palacio Nacional de Sintra
Place: Sintra
Photo: José Manuel
    Museums and Palaces
    Palácio Nacional de Sintra
    Sintra National Palace The Sintra national palace is unique amongst the royal mediaeval palaces in Portugal and the town’s most distinctive building.Beginning with the nation’s first dynasties, Sintra was one of the preferred places of Portuguese (...)

    Telephone: +351 219 237 300
    Fax: +351 219 237 350
    E-mail: info@parquesdesintra.pt
    Website: http://www.parquesdesintra.pt

  5. Sé Catedral de Lisboa
Place: Lisboa
Photo: João Henriques / Amatar
    Monuments
    Sé Catedral de Lisboa
    Dedicated to the Mother of God since 1147.Dedicated to the Mother of God, Lisbon Cathedral is one of the city's gems and one of the most significant monuments in the country, due to its historical, religious and artistic value. Its construction (...)

    Telephone: +351 218 866 752

  6. Casa Mateus
Place: Vila Real
Photo: Porto Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Museums and Palaces
    Casa de Mateus
    Built in the first half of the 18C and betraying the finishing touches of Nicolau Nasoni, this palace set in beautiful gardens on a vast farm is considered to be one of the finest examples of baroque civil architecture in Portugal.Its interior (...)

    Telephone: +351 259 323 121
    Fax: +351 259 326 553
    E-mail: casademateus@casademateus.pt
    Website: http://www.casademateus.com

  7. Castelo de São Jorge
Place: Lisboa
Photo: João Paulo
    Monuments
    Castelo de São Jorge
    The Castelo de São Jorge is one of Lisbon’s most distinctive monuments, being situated on the city’s highest hill.The oldest known fortification at this spot dates from the 2nd century BC, although some of the remains found here date from as far (...)

    Telephone: +351 218 800 620
    Fax: +351 218 875 695
    E-mail: info@castelodesaojorge.pt
    Website: http://www.castelodesaojorge.pt
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  8. Igreja de São Lourenço de Almancil
    Monuments
    Igreja de São Lourenço de Almancil
    Church of São Lourenço de AlmancilThe Church of São Lourenço de Almancil was built in the first half of the 18th century, in Baroque style.The interior decoration is a classic work of Portuguese baroque style and azulejo art. The main altar has a (...)

    Telephone: +351 289 395 451

  9. Santuário de Nossa Senhora dos Remédios
Photo: Porto Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Monuments
    Santuário de Nossa Senhora dos Remédios
    From Worship of St. Stephen to Marian Devotion.Built on top of Mount St. Stephen (Monte de Santo Estêvão), between the 18th and 20th centuries, this Marian shrine is visited by pilgrims from all over the country - especially on September 8, the day (...)

    Telephone: +351 254 614 392

  10. Museu Nacional dos Coches
    Museums and Palaces
    Museu Nacional dos Coches
    The Coach Museum was an initiative of Queen D. Amélia de Orléans e Bragança, wife of King D. Carlos I (1889-1908), who inaugurated it in 1905. It contains an exceptional and unique collection of richly adorned royal vehicles, from the 17th to 19th (...)

    Telephone: +351 21 361 08 50
    Fax: +351 21 363 25 03
    E-mail: geral@mncoches.dgpc.pt
    Website: http://www.museudoscoches.pt

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