Estádio do Restelo
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
Belém’s undisputed heart-stealer is this Unesco-listed monastery. The mosteiro is the stuff of pure fantasy; a fusion of Diogo de...
Museu Nacional de Arqueologia
Housed in Mosteiro dos Jerónimos’ western wing, this intriguing stash contains Mesolithic flintstones, Egyptian mummies inside...
Museu de Marinha
The Museu de Marinha is a nautical flashback to the Age of Discovery with its armadas of model ships, cannonballs and shipwreck booty....
Pão Pão Queijo Queijo
Join the snaking queue for Belém’s tastiest falafel (both hands required), sardine baguettes and Mexican salads.
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Lonely Planet review
Catch a football match at this 32,500-seat stadium, built in 1956 and renovated in 2004. It’s home to Lisbon’s third team Os Belenenses. Views to the river from the west stand are superb.