Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga: Sacral Art Museum where you can find masterpieces such as the Saint Vincent Pannels from Nuno Gonçalves or The Tempations of Santo Antão from Hieronymous Bosch. It is also known as the “Janelas Verdes” Museum. +351 21 391 2800. Rua das Janelas Verdes (Santos).
Museu dos Coches: The most visited museum in Portugal and you’ll understand why as soon as you get there. It has a unique collection of carriages. +351 21 361 0850. Praça Afonso de Albuquerque (Belém).
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos: The highest symbol of the Discoveries has been built in a unique style: the Manuelino. +351 21 362 0034. Praça do Império (Belém).
Padrão dos Descobrimentos: A tribute to the Discoveries where you’ll find the sculptures of its main actors. It is worth to climb up and look at the city at your feet. +351 21 303 1950. Avenida de Brasília.
CCB: One of the most attracting cultural halls in town that offers exhibitions, concerts and shows at all times of the year. +351 21 361 2400. Praça do Império (Belém).
Castelo de S. Jorge: The highest point of the city and the best place to look at the sunset. +351 21 880 0620. Castelo de S. Jorge (Castelo).
Eléctrico 28: The best way to see the city attractions on a trip that takes you from the Basílica da Estrela to the Panteão Nacional.
Torre de Belém: On the XVth century this tower was located in the middle of the river and was from where authorities controlled traffic and boat payments. Today it´s a great place to look at the river flow. +351 21 362 0034. Avenida de Brasília (Belém).
Expo: In 1998 Lisbon organized the world's great exhibition of the last century and took this opportunity to build a new city concept. Parque das Nações.
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian: Great Art Collection that gathers masterpieces from the Ancient Egypt to nowadays. It also offers some of the best temporary exhibitions and classic concerts. +351 21 782 3000. Avenida de Berna, 45 A.