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Ajuda National Palace

Largo da Ajuda, Lisbon 1300-018, Portugal
+351 21 363 7095
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This is a collection of decorative arts including furniture, tapestries and statues in an unfinished palace.
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  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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Largo da Ajuda, Lisbon 1300-018, Portugal
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

After reading some of the reviews on the site,I had realised that I never had the chance to visit this place. And is simply amazing, the outside can never reveal how amazing and full of history this place is. An iconic place for the Portuguese...More

Thank Sonia E
Reviewed 3 days ago

What a joy this place is. It's easy to get too either by tram or bus both of which stop really near the entrance. It's good value for money and there are masses of glorious rooms to see. And it's not very crowded. All the...More

1  Thank Julie W
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very nice palace builted after the 1755 earthquake. It was not finished by the portuguese kings but what exists deserve a visit. A small secret just for you...: inside, there is a small restaurant where you can enjoy a complete decent meal by less than...More

Thank Helder S
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked up from Belem, past the Botanical gardens and several embassies. it is worth the walk. There are several buses that connect it with the centre of the city. The exterior entrance is very impressive and the Queen's rooms are beautiful. There are some...More

Thank Kay B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We really enjoyed the Ajuda palace. The whole thing will take you no more than an hour. It's definitely worth it. If Portuguese monarchy is something that interests you, the trip will be very enjoyable.The palace is beautiful with completely authentic decor and to this...More

Thank Kreytzman
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Looks nice from far away, historical building, tranquil surroundings, not my favorite spot in Lisbon

Thank DominikaCK
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stopped here for photos while on one of our tours by car. The driver was able to at least park long enough to make our photos and allow us a closer look at the National Palace in Lisbon. I highly recommend taking the time...More

Thank 12dbryan
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The palace is located in the Belem district and within walking distance from the President's residence. It is not a stunning palace but there are many interesting aspects that make it attractive, such as the recitals inside the palace, the performance at the courtyard, the...More

Thank Reviewer W
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We were surprised that there were so few people here. It is uphill but you can take the bus and the walk from the stop is not far. Don't miss this beautiful palace with no crowds.

1  Thank WiMadcitytraveler
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Because it was built in mid 19thC and the Portugese monarchy was deposed after 1910 the luxurious decor had little time to decay the exhibits. This visit is to immerse yourself in opulence of that period. You learn about the families as you go round...More

Thank Stewart L
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