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Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 44-50, Lisbon, PT, 1250-193

  • Phone: (351) 21 0046600
  • Fax: (351) 21 3863000
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»Portuguese Institute of Cartography and Cadastre

This Institute (repository of old and present cartography), created in 1967, shows its technical and scientific development in this area and the evolution of the territory occupation (10,000 documents, from the 18th century to the present day). It displays copies in digital and analogical sizes. Originals consultation only possible by request.

Rua de Artilharia Um 107
Lisbon, 1099-052

»St. George's Church

Though the origin of the church goes way back in 1656, the current church was built in the 19th Century. The Romanesque Revival St. George's Church is attached with a cemetery called Cemiterio Ingles. It is touted to be the sole English-speaking Anglican church in the city. It is a part of the Greater Lisbon Chaplaincy parish.

Rua São Jorge 6 (Estrela)
Lisbon, 1250-235

»unlimited art

The Arte Ilimitada is located just by the Jardim da Estrela and is one of the premier schools in the city for visual and fine arts. Founded in 1995, this school has very elaborate courses on art that cover all aspects of art, right from its history, to the modern scenario of art, delving deep into the techniques and the methodology. Of course, not all is theory, and the school makes sure to include as much of actual practice as theoretical education. The Arte Ilimitada also organizes workshops and exhibitions on art from time to time. See the website for more information.

Calçada da Estrela 128
Lisbon, 1200-666

»Igreja Paroquial Da Pena

Dating back to 1705, Igreja Paroquial Da Pena is one of the finest specimens of the art of gilding that became so popular during King João V's reign. The exterior is deceptively simple; looking at it, you would have no idea of the grandeur that lies within. The Baroque architecture of this church set a trend, and many other churches were then built in this style. One of the main attractions of this beautiful church is the main altar, which dates back to 1715.

Calçada Santana
Lisbon, 1150-301

»New University of Lisbon

The Universidade Nova de Lisboa< i/> or New University of Lisbon is not to be confused with the main Universidade de Lisbon. This one is internationally recognized and offers courses to students from all across the worlds in a myriad of disciplines. Graduate courses, doctorate courses, masters programs and post graduate courses are part of what one can avail here. Scholarships, financial support and grants are given to deserving students; check the website for further details on this.

Campus de Campolide
Lisbon, 1099-085

»Lisbon Municipal Music Library

It belongs to the Town Hall of Lisbon, made public since 1994. It has a specialized library computer catalogue, Audio CD's, CD ROMs, DVD ROMs and DVD Videos for audition and local consultation and personal attention by musicologists and documentalists and Audio CDs can be lent. Special attention and pedagogic programmes by experts are also available for schools and other institutions, on Mondays by prior request.

Praça Duque de Saldanha
Lisbon, 1050-094

»Igreja de São Domingos (Lisbon)

Unlike most of the other churches of Lisbon which are famous for their beautiful architecture and rich history, the Igreja de São Domingos is known for still resolutely standing and serving as a place of worship despite from suffering numerous tragedies like fires and earthquakes. Restored to a great extant, it opened to the public in 1994 but still bears signs of the devastating fire of 1959. However, these disfigurements are overshadowed by its stunning high arched ceilings, imposing columns and remarkable stone sculptures which glow beautifully in the natural sunlight coming through the large front windows. It also has great historic significance as the infamous Jewish massacre of 1506 took place in its premises.

Rua Dom Antão de Almada
Lisbon, 1100 201

»Tram 28

Tram 28 is one of the best ways to become familiar with and catch a glimpse of many of Lisbon's main attractions. Tram 28, one of the city's historic trams, starts off in Martim Moniz Square (Praça Martim Moniz) and runs past the Campo de Santa Clara, where Lisbon's famous Flea Market is held. After that the tram passes through the Alfama and Baixa neighborhoods and past the city's cathedral, the Sé de Lisboa. The tram passes through many more of the city's popular destinations, including the Parliament building, on the way to its terminus, Estrela.

Praça Martim Moniz
Lisbon, 1100

»APAV Culture Space

The APAV Culture Space is a social and cultural center that aims to bring relief to victims to any kind of crime through their varied initiatives.  An NGO,They are actively involved in supporting social research, creating public awareness, furthering the cause of social victims and seeking justice for them. They also organize cultural events from time to time. Check website for more details.

Rua José Estêvão 135 A
Lisbon, 1150-201

»Santos-o-Velho (Lisbon)

The civil parish of Santos-o-Velho in Estrela near Lisbon is popular among tourists for its quaint historic charm and colorful old buildings. Some of the noteworthy attractions in this area include the Museum of Ancient Art, the Olissippo Lapa Palace Hotel and many lively nightclubs.

Lisbon, 1200 734

»Bikeiberia Rentals & Tours

Bikeiberia, established in 1999, was the first local operator offering top biking services in Portugal & Spain to an international clientele. Bikeiberia offers guided, independent or tailored-made tours and offers rental services for high-quality bikes & equipment at competitive rates. You can directly pick up at their Lisbon Hub or order them to any place within Iberian Peninsula.

Largo do Corpo Santo 5
Lisbon, 1200-129

»GoCar Tours

Wandering through the streets of Lisbon with your nose buried in a guide book is a thing of the past; with GoCar Tours, all you have to do is get in a car and let the GPS guide you to everything worth seeing in the city! Many lesser-known attractions not featured in guides form a part of the tours, and you can stop wherever you want, without the hassle of a guide grumbling away at you. You can select tour packages that take you around the area of the city you most want to explore, and your language options include English, Spanish, Portuguese, German and French.

Rua dos Douradores 16
Lisbon, 1100-026
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