Centro Cultural de Belém
Check their calendar, beside the art expos, regularly they have music shows and concerts. It is also a nice place to visit due to its architecture and gardens, includes a restaurant, a bistro and cafe to relax and enjoy the view & sun.
Belém Cultural Center is located in Praça do Império, Belém parish, in the city and district of Lisbon, in Portugal. It was originally designed to host the headquarters of the Portuguese Presidency of the European Community and later to develop cultural activity.
One one Lisbons Biggest Locations for Art and Culture: from Visual art, to dance, theatre, Music you May find anything. Host of the famous berardo Collection and Next to a couple of Sightseeing places like mosteiro dos Jerónimos in Belém. You May also eat the famous pastéis de nata there! :) Enjoy
Lisbon's most important cultural center, the Berardo Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the terrace café on the first floor overlooking the river, and shop specializing in Portuguese design.
The Belém Cultural Center, is a complex of artistic venues located in Belém in the city of Lisbon.
Museum, music, theatre, opera, dance, cinema, exhibitions - in short, all things cultural.
Place of Worship
“It is, next to Torre de Belém, the most important tourist visit in Lisbon. Its construction dates from the 16th century, inside the Monastery are the tombs of Vasco da Gama, Luis de Camões and Fernando Pessoa. The monastery is of outstanding beauty.”
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“Ancient fortress built in the sec. XVl the bank of the Tagus River. One of the biggest tourist attractions in Portugal. A must visit, be sure to visit the Tower and to visit and taste the delicious and famous pastel de Belém.”
“It has a unique collection of coaches, with fine 18th century specimens exuberantly decorated with paintings and gilded carving.”
“Famous pastry. Tip: don’t get in line, find other entrances just to buy take away ;)”
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“The monolithic Padrão dos Descobrimentos, looking like a caravel ship frozen in midswell, was inaugurated in 1960 on the 500th anniversary of Henry the Navigator’s death. The 56m-high limestone giant is chock-full of Portuguese bigwigs. At the prow is Henry, while behind him are explorers Vasco da Gama, Diogo Cão, Fernão de Magalhães (Ferdinand Magellan) and 29 other greats. Do take the lift (or puff up 267 steps) to the windswept miradouro for 360-degree views over the river. The mosaic in front of the monument charts the routes of Portuguese mariners.”