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With around 500,000 people calling this place home, you're sure to meet plenty of new friends!
Castle of Sao Jorge, a globally renowned attraction, is what lures so many travellers to Lisbon District. Without a doubt, you'll regret it if you miss out on experiencing it for yourself.
A few hours at the Ascensor da Gloria or Iberian Wolf Recuperation Centre is a terrific opportunity for some quality family time. Are the little ones still full of energy? Keep the excitement going with a visit to the Bica Lift and the Glória Lift.
Acquaint yourself with the critters of the seven seas at Lisbon Oceanarium and Vasco da Gama Aquarium.
Come face-to-face with some fascinating animals and learn about conservation on a family excursion to the Lisbon Zoo.
Interested in sipping and swirling your way through some of the area's best wineries? The Quinta Das Carrafouchas Vineyard and the AdegaMae Winery are popular places to sample the local blends. After that, take off to the Quinta de Pancas for an even greater insight into the industry.
To find your festive spirit, stop by the Estoril Casino or the Lisbon Casino. Place a few bets or simply go for a stroll and take in the glimmering lights and glamorous atmosphere.
Botanical experts and amateurs alike will be happy to find out about Lisbon District's comprehensive plant collections. For a day among the blossoms, start off with a leisurely walk around the impressive beds at the Botanical Garden. After that, head to Praca do Imperio Garden, where the vast array of species alone is sure to knock your socks off. For those travellers who are more committed, Tapada das Necessidades Park and Torel Garden also have some incredible floral displays.
Cape Roca and Cabo Espichel are wonderful places to bask in the sun, treat yourself to a picnic or just sit back and people-watch. Miradouro de Santa Luzia and Miradouro de Sao Pedro de Alcantara are also well-known meeting points for both locals and visitors.
See if you can spot birds along the shore or simply enjoy the tranquil hum of the gently lapping water at Estuario do Tejo Natural Reserve.
Take a trip to Guincho Beach or Cascais Beach and let the salty wind and songs of the seabirds quiet your mind. Costa da Caparica Beach and Tamariz Beach are two more popular stops to put on your hit list.
If you'd like to recharge your batteries, you'll find heaps of nature parks and reserves to explore. Start with a breath of fresh air in the energising atmosphere at Floresta de Monsanto Park or Boca do Inferno. Pena Park and Tapada Nacional de Mafra Park are two more that are worth a look.
The Gulbenkian Museum and the National Museum of Natural History are ideal places to get some peace and quiet. Study the captivating exhibits and ask the staff about guided tours and other special happenings! The Maritime Museum and the Museum of Design are also decent institutions.
From the design of ships to the instruments that are found onboard, the nautical displays at the Museum of the Sea and the Museu de Marinha will appeal to anyone with an interest in Lisbon District's seafaring history.
The world of science never ceases to impress us. Learn all about the latest and greatest in advances and achievements at the Knowledge Pavilion and Calouste Gulbekian Planetarium. For even more mind-blowing exhibits, add the Sintra Science Centre and the Pavilhao do Conhecimento- Ciencia Viva to your journey of discovery.
You'll find all kinds of specimens from the natural world at the National Archaelogical Museum and the Aldeia Tipica. To discover more of our planet's riches, continue on to the National Museum of Ethnology and the Teatro Romano Museum.
Art fans journey from all over to soak up Lisbon District's renowned collections, and the Berardo Collection and the Chiado Museum are usually among the first stops on their lists. You should also look into what exhibitions are on show at the National Museum of Ancient Art and the Centre for Modern Art.
Take a trip back through time and get to know the people and events that have left an indelible mark on Lisbon District at the Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro Museum and the Cidade Museum. Also consider checking out the fascinating exhibits which help bring history to life at the Museo Sao Roque and the Igreja do Carmo.
Time spent remembering history is never wasted. Let Quinta da Regaleira and Belem Tower help you gain a deeper understand of the area's past. If that doesn't satisfy your inner history nerd, continue on to Parliament and Pasteis de Belem.
Roam through years of history at Cascais Fortress and Oitavos Fort, two important former defensive complexes. You can also marvel at the powerful, thick walls of Fortaleza de Santiago, which also fought off many attacks over the years.
They were certainly trying to be extravagant when they created Pena Palace and Queluz National Palace, and it certainly worked! But lo and behold, they're not the only stately dwellings in Lisbon District. Sintra National Palace and Monserrate Palace are also well worth visiting.
Jump into a world of historic splendour with a visit to Moorish Castle or Sesimbra Castle. Take in the impressive turrets and picture yourself running through its secret passageways. If you'd like to discover more about these charming cultural monuments, why not visit Torre Vedras Castle and Alenquer Castle too?
Want to add a spiritual aspect to your trip? Check out Lisbon Cathedral and Jeronimos Monastery. Cristo Rei and National Pantheon will also appeal to those looking for some quiet reflection.
When you're venturing to new lands, it's sometimes the more obscure attractions that you'll most fondly remember once you get home. Two good examples here are Vasco da Gama Bridge and Alenquer City Hall. Two more places to put on your radar are the Pedra do Sal Environmental Interpretation Centre and Cascais Marina.
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