Things to do in Graca
World famous museum with collections of Oriental, European and Classical Art. Regular exhibitions
Set in a commanding position overlooking Portugal's capital, the Castelo de São Jorge dates back to Moorish times.
The statue of Cristo Rei (Christ the King) with his arms outstretched dominates the skyline of the far bank of the river from Lisbon.
Founded in 1884 the zoo now contains around 2,000 animals with more than 300 species are represented.
The Lisbon Oceanarium is one of the world’s largest aquariums and the largest indoor aquarium in Europe.
The Basílica da Estrela in Lisbon is a huge baroque/neoclassical church with a most impressive dome.
The Jardim Guerra Junqueiro as it is officially known is one of Lisbon's largest and best parks.
Imposing 17th century monastery overlooking Lisbon. Built in the Mannerist style the monastery's Pantheon contains the tombs of the House of Braganza.
The Church of Santa Engracia is one of Lisbon's finest religous buildings.
The ruined Convento do Carmo is situated in the Chiado district of Lisbon looking out over the city centre below.