Discover the best top things to do in Barreiro, Portugal including Lisbon Oceanarium, MGB Bar - Bar do Bento, Alfama, PodioImediato Indoor Kart Center, Fragata D. Fernando II e Gloria, Pronumis, Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paco), Bairro Alto, Castelo de S. Jorge.
Restaurants in Barreiro
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Opened in 1998, the Oceanário was the centerpiece of the XXth Century's last World Fair, themed "The Oceans, a Heritage for the Future", and eternally binds Lisbon to the Oceans.MissionThe Oceanário’s Mission is to promote knowledge of the oceans and bring up the public about the duty of protecting natural heritage, through changing their daily habits.While walking through impressive and unforgettable exhibits, visitors are encouraged to learn fascinating things about the oceans and, more importantly, how to make decisions in their daily lives that actively promote the conservation of nature.
Loved it, especially the Penguins. Made up for disappointment,net of not seeing any at the Zoo. Money well spent
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Visited this bar multiple times with and without our children whilst on holiday in Barreiro. Lovely atmosphere and nice helpful staff. fantastic location and cheap beer too.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Wonderful sights delight walkers at every turn in this culturally rich and charming part of Lisbon, which through its architecture reminds visitors of its Visigothic roots, Arabic influence and fishing port heritage.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
4.5 based on 150 reviews
If you are in Lisbon and intend visiting the Christ the King statue, then combine that with a visit to the wooden hulled frigate of the Portuguese navy nearby.
It is situated near Cacilhas on the opposite bank of the Tagus river, near the ferry terminal. Take the ferry from Lisbon's Cais do Sadre terminal, which is only €1.25 for about a 15 minute ride. Then take the 101 bus for about 15 minutes.
The frigate was launched in 1843 and has been fully restored to appear as it did then. It is kept in a dry dock and is a fascinating maritime museum. There are several decks to explore at leisure and you are free to roam amongst the life-like models that demonstrate the harsh conditions at that time. It is extremely child-friendly.
It costs €4.00 and is open daily from 10am until 5pm. Definitely worth a visit.
5 based on 1 reviews
A Pronumis é uma empresa que se dedica á comercialização de bens numismáticos e de investimento amoedado a nivel nacional e internacional - através da Internet. Trabalhamos numa vasta área numismática mas procuramos especialmente a Monarquia Portuguesa, República Portuguesa e Moedas Zona Euro como nosso principal produto coleccionável.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
One of the biggest squares in Europe, this stylish area in downtown Lisbon often displays beautiful works of art and sculpture, and is a great place for a leisurely stroll.
Long ago there used to be a famous landmark (Royal Rebeira Palace) on this site but it came tumbling down in the devastating 1755 earthquake. Lisbon began rebuilding its city immediately and designated this site as a commercial downtown center in the shape of a large U. The new center is near the banks of the wide, wide Tagus River and is one of Lisbon's great landmarks.
We were taken here and walked a lot, enjoying the classical architecture and beauty of this public space.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Take the Elevador de Gloria unless you like walking up steep hills. Very vibrant area - great area for shopping and cafe during the day and very lively restaurant and bar scene at night.
4 based on 21 reviews
Open 7 days a week, Castelo de S. Jorge is now a place where you can enjoy our heritage, get to know a little about Lisboa’s History at the Permanent Exhibition, explore the traces of the Moorish neighbourhood dating back from the 11th century at the Archaeological Site, discover yet unseen sights over the city on the Camera Obscura, stroll across the Gardens and the belvederes, take a break at the Cafe do Castelo, participate of the guided tours or other didactical activities, or simply be enchanted by music, theatre, dancing and the talk shops on heritage that liven up your days at this remarkable Monument in Lisboa.
The castle is in a great spot, with commanding views of the city (no surprise there!) However the queue to enter it is long and the locality nearby is very interesting with small bars, viewing areas and hill climbing trams- so your time might be better spent exploring the area than waiting in a queue. (Perhaps queue jump tickets prebooked are available)
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