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Belém is the "capital of the Portuguese Discoveries" and a photographer's paradise. You can spend an entire day exploring this neighborhood: monuments (Jerónimos Monastery, Belém Tower, Monument to the Discoveries), museums (Coach Museum, Centro Cultural de Belém) and breathtaking views of the Tagus river will make your visit worth your time. Belém also offers a variety of restaurants and cafes, namely the famous - and delicious - "Pastéis de Belém" (typical Portuguese custard tarts; make sure you buy an extra box of those!). Easily accessible from Lisbon's historic center, Belém is a must-do, especially if you're spending more than one day visiting the Portuguese capital.
"The most important culture item to visit in Belem"
reviewed yesterday by M B
Not to big on the inside but very nice architecture and worth while visiting. We waited more than 1 hour outside in a long queue. Tip: just go to the left entrance and buy your tickets overthere. Really incredible that there is no communication that there are 2 places to buy your tickets. So busy outside, but on the inside...
The gallery itself is really beautiful but the art exhibits aren't the most exciting you'll ever see but nevertheless are well worth a visit if you're in the Belem area anyway. Loved the surrealist section.
€€€€ • Mediterranean, European, Portuguese, International
"One of the best, most creative meals I've ever had"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by LarkspurGirl
First, a confession. When we booked our trip to Portugal, I immediately got online and looked up the best restaurants. I found Feitoria, and the only availability they had when we were in town was for Wednesday night so I booked it and was very pleased with myself. Unfortunately I then completely forgot that I had done so. Oops!
€€ - €€€ • Mediterranean, Contemporary, Portuguese, Wine Bar
"One of Lisbon’s real hidden gems."
reviewed 27 August 2018 by Steve L
We rocked up to this place early without a reservation and were really lucky to be seated as within 30-40mins they were constantly turning v sad looking people away.. moral is.. Book! Waiter recommended a perfect wine to match my veal steak, dessert was divine! Highly recommended but please don’t be one of those sad faced people.. book ahead. Just...
We had heard about this place on Facebook and wanted to try it out. This is a MUST. The tarts were indescribable. Warm, flaky crusts and the perfect egg custard filling. And the chocolate cappuccino was a great accompaniment. We ended up ordering more tarts after the first, and brought some back to where we were staying!
Very good Restaurant in Lisboa. Very near the Convent of Los Jerononimos, ( wich is 5 stars in Lisbon). The Rst is not fancy, but the owner is very bright and he chooses for you. The food is very good. You should try the plates he recommends. Not expensive and fast
We had a great time in this hotel. All members of the stuff were very nice, our room was big, light and had an amazing view. The breakfast is awsome. It is the perfect place for a short time out, the transfer to Lisbon is very easy (bus, train, taxi, hotel-shuttle).Very good hotel!!!
This is beautiful restoration of an old mansion. The staff are helpful and knowledgable
The rooms are large and bright. The shower is the best anywhere.
The drinks at the bar are real and try the tomato juice, fresh made on the spot. .
It is fast taxi ride from downtown Lisbon.
Perfectly situated next to Jeronimos monastery and other major torist sites, the hotel is a perfect base from which to explore the beautiful Lisbon. The hotel is situated in a beautiful old building with nicely decorated common areas. Too bad the rooms are basic with outdated furniture; with a bit of renovation and color it could be perfect.