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Trip to Lisbon

  1. 1. TRIP TO LISBON,PORTUGAL<br />From 30th September to 5th October, 2010<br />(3 Persons – 2 Adults & 1 Child)<br />MAP OF LISBON,PORTUGAL<br />Lisbon (in Portuguese, Lisboa) is the capital and largest city of Portugal. <br />Lisbon is situated at 38 degrees, 43 minutes north, and 9 degrees, 8 minutes west, making it the westernmost capital in Europe. It is located in the west of the country, on the Atlantic coast at the point where the river Tagus (Portuguese Tejo) flows into the Atlantic Ocean. The city occupies an area of 84.6 km2. The city comprises 53 freguesias. It is important to say that, unlike most major cities, the city boundaries are narrowly defined around the historical city perimeter. This gave rise to the existence of several administratively defined cities around Lisbon, such as Loures, Amadora and Oeiras, which in fact are part of the metropolitan perimeter of Lisbon.<br />The historic centre of Lisbon is built on seven hills, making some of the city's streets too steep for motor vehicles and bicycles; the city is served by three funicular services and one elevator. The western side of the city is mainly occupied by the Monsanto Natural Park, one of the largest urban parks in the world.<br />In terms of tourism Lisbon is one of the top destination cities in Europe, with many attractions, meeting venues and a vast offer in terms of accommodation, including many luxurious Lisbon hotels offering visitors a unique stay in this one of a kind city.<br />City Facts at a Glance<br />Population (1999): 535.740 people live in Lisbon. This figure reaches to 2.8 million when the surrounding neighborhoods are included.<br />Area of Great Lisbon: 1000 sq m<br />Telephone Area Code: 21<br />Time Zone: GMT/UTC 0 (Greenwich Mean Time)<br />Religion: Mainly Catholicism. Other religions are also freely practiced.<br />Language: Portuguese<br />Currency: € Euro<br />Electricity: Voltage: 220/380 volts at a frequency of 50 Hertz. European Standards are applied.<br />WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR 5 DAYS<br />Lisbon,Portugal<br />Flight: 3 roundtrip ticketsTraveling to LisbonThu 30-Sep-10Delhi (DEL)Depart 1:45 pm Terminal 3 to London (LHR)Arrive 6:30 pm Terminal 44,191 mi(6,745 km)Duration: 9hr 15mn Flight: 122Economy/Coach Class , 77WFri 1-Oct-10London (LHR)Depart 6:00 am Terminal 1 to Lisbon (LIS)Arrive 8:40 am Terminal 1973 mi(1,566 km)Duration: 2hr 40mn Flight: 351Economy/Coach Class , Airbus A320Total distance: 5,164 mi (8,311 km)Total duration: 11hr 55mn (23hr 25mn with connections)Traveling to DelhiMon 4-Oct-10Lisbon (LIS)Depart 7:40 pm Terminal 1 to Brussels (BRU)Arrive 11:25 pm Terminal MAIN TERMINAL1,068 mi(1,719 km)Duration: 2hr 45mn Flight: 3820Economy/Coach Class , Boeing 737-300Tue 5-Oct-10Brussels (BRU)Depart 10:05 am to Delhi (DEL)Arrive 9:40 pm Terminal 33,984 mi(6,412 km)Duration: 8hr 5mn Flight: 229Economy/Coach Class , AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330-200Total distance: 5,052 mi (8,130 km)Total duration: 10hr 50mn (21hr 30mn with connections)Hotel: 1 room for 3 nightsHotel Real Parque Lisbon, PortugalThis modern hotel is situated in residential area 100 metres from the Spanish department store El Corte Inglés, and 200 metres from the serene gardens of ...Check-in: Fri 1-Oct-10Check-out: Mon 4-Oct-10 Room options Price Double   Sale!  Includes: Full Breakfast IncludedTotal:$2,777.31Avg/person:$925.77<br />Total – Rs. 125090/-<br />Hotel Real Parque<br />Lisbon hotel near Calouste Gulbenkian Museum<br />Star Rating<br />  Book online or call 1-800-238-1027<br />General Information<br />What to expect: With a black-marble-floor lobby furnished with bright upholstered seating, Hotel Real Parque offers a relaxed ambience for an international clientele seeking peace and quiet within walking distance of Lisbon's principal boulevard, Avenida da Liberdade, 600 metres away.<br />Amenity highlights: A fine-dining restaurant serves a complimentary American-continental buffet breakfast and international fare for lunch and dinner. An informal lounge with bright upholstered seating offers a food and beverage service at a typical Portuguese bar from a glass-case filled with sweet and savoury pastries and other snack foods. A coffee shop offers light fare.<br />Insider tip: A flea market opens every Sunday morning at Mercado da Ribeira on the waterfront two kilometres south of the hotel. On the second Sunday of each month, the market remains open until early evening.<br />Property Amenities<br />Hotel Real Parque has a lobby computer with printer (surcharge) offering high-speed Internet access (surcharge). Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available in public areas. The hotel parking garage costs €6 per 24-hour period. Fee does not include tax and is subject to change without prior notification.<br />Concierge services<br />Complimentary breakfast<br />Bar/lounge<br />Restaurant(s) in hotel<br />Room service (24 hours)<br />Parking (surcharge)<br />Parking garage<br />Meeting rooms (small groups)<br />Banquet facilities<br />Conference room(s)<br />Audio-visual equipment<br />Internet access in public areas - surcharge<br />Business services<br />Internet access - wireless<br />Internet access in public areas - high speed<br />Security guard<br />Multilingual staff<br />24-hour front desk<br />Porter/bellhop<br />Number of rooms: 153<br />Gift shops or newsstand<br />Tour assistance<br />Currency exchange<br />Dry cleaning/laundry service<br />Air-conditioned public areas<br />Number of floors: 10<br />Elevator/lift<br />Complimentary newspapers in lobby<br />Doorman/doorwoman<br />Medical assistance available<br />Safe-deposit box - front desk<br />Self parking<br />Shoe shine<br />Rooms<br />Hotel Real Parque, Lisbon, offers 153 guestrooms and suites with dark-wood furniture in a 10-storey building. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Televisions offer international cable channels and pay movies. Other amenities include desks, direct-dial phones, safes, and minibars. Bathrooms contain telephones, bidets, and shower-and-tub combinations.<br />Room Amenities<br />Wireless Internet access<br />Cable/satellite television channels<br />Pay movies<br />Air conditioning<br />Climate control<br />Blackout drapes/curtains<br />Internet access (surcharge)<br />Voice mail<br />Dial-up Internet access<br />Minibar<br />Wake-up calls<br />Housekeeping<br />Turndown service<br />Designer toiletries<br />Bathroom phone<br />Hair dryer<br />Shower/tub combination<br />Bidet<br />In-room childcare (surcharge)<br />Electronic/magnetic keys<br />Desk<br />Window opens<br />In-room safe<br />Television<br />Rollaway beds<br />Cribs (infant beds) available<br />Direct-dial phone<br />Private bathroom<br />Makeup/shaving mirror<br />Non-smoking only<br />Cable television service<br />Wireless high-speed Internet access (complimentary)<br />Wired high-speed Internet access (complimentary)<br />City view<br />Dining<br />Guests of the Hotel Real Parque enjoy a complimentary American and continental buffet breakfast each morning. Restaurante Cozinha do Real - Fine-dining restaurant with hardwood floor and decorated with pastoral murals. Serves buffet breakfast, and à la carte menus for lunch and dinner, with buffets also offered sometimes. International and Portuguese fare. Coffee Shop do Real - Open day and evening for light fare such as sandwiches, salads, omelettes. Restaurante Cozinha do Real's menu also available. Bar do Real - Casual lounge with bamboo ceiling and bright upholstered seating. Sweet and savoury pastries, snacks and beverages served at the bar.<br />Recreation<br />Running trails lace Edward VII Park three blocks from Hotel Real Parque. Public tennis courts can be found in parks within 200-600 metres of the hotel. A horse-riding stable is approximately one kilometre away. Sailboats can be hired at marinas on the waterfront, two kilometres from the hotel. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.<br />Swimming nearby<br />Sailing nearby<br />Aerobics nearby<br />Racquetball/squash nearby<br />Running track/path nearby<br />Tennis nearby<br />Pilates classes/instruction nearby<br />Yoga classes/instruction nearby<br />Horse riding/rental nearby<br />Playground nearby<br />Policies<br />Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Guests must show current government-issued proof of identity at the time of check-in. Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges. Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed. <br />Pets not allowed<br />Check-in time is 3 PM<br />Check-out time is Noon<br />Nearby Points of Interest<br />Center for Modern Art - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi Gulbenkian Museum - 0.6 km / 0.3 mi Edward VII Park - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi Marquis de Pombal Square - 1 km / 0.6 mi Botanical Garden - 1.7 km / 1.1 mi National Museum of Natural History - 1.7 km / 1.1 mi Lisbon Zoo - 1.9 km / 1.2 mi University of Lisbon - 2 km / 1.2 mi Rossio - 2.4 km / 1.5 mi Santa Justa Elevator - 2.5 km / 1.6 mi Castle of Sao Jorge - 2.6 km / 1.6 mi National Theater of Sao Carlos - 2.8 km / 1.7 mi Lisbon Cathedral - 3 km / 1.9 mi Lisbon Oceanarium - 5.9 km / 3.7 mi Jeronimos Monastery - 6.3 km / 3.9 mi <br />The preferred airport for Hotel Real Parque is Lisbon (LIS-Portela) - 4.4 km / 2.7 mi.<br />Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.<br />Nearest major airport: Lisbon, Portugal (LIS-Portela)<br />Trains and Railway Stations<br />As there are five railway stations for different destinations, taking train in Lisbon can be a bit confusing and time consuming as Portuguese trains are rather slow.<br />Lisbon’s main departure point for international destinations and central/northern Portugal is Santa Apolónia Station located on Avenida Infante Dom Henrique, eastern district of Alfama, on the Tagus River banks (Can be reached by bus line 46). All the trains that depart from Santa Apolónia Station stop at Estação Oriente in Expo. High-speed Alfa trains depart for Oporto every day until 8.55 p.m. The Sud-Expresso to Paris departs daily at 6.00 p.m., while the Lusitânia train to Madrid departs at 10.00 p.m. every day.<br />Located in Restauradores, Rossio Train Station runs trains to Sintra every 10 minutes. From Cais do Sodré railway station, Cascais, Estoril, Oerias (every 20 minutes) and Belém (every 10 minutes) can be reached. To reach to the Cais do Sodré railway station, take metro Cais de Sodré (Green Line) or bus line 58.<br />Located in the other side of the River Tagus, Barreiro station runs trains to southern destinations like Costa Azul (Blue Coast) and Algarve. Station is accessible by the ferries from the Terreiro do Paço, Praça do Comércio, every 30 minutes. There is also a private railway operator runs services between Entrecampos station in central Lisbon and Fogueteiro on the south side of the river through passing the 25 April suspension bridge. Trains to Setúbal depart every half an hour; Évora every 2,5 hours and Lagos 5,5 hours.<br />Buses<br />Carris is the transportation company that runs buses, trams and funiculars in Lisbon for many years. It is advisable to buy the tickets in advance as they will be MUCH cheaper and more convenient. Tickets must be stamped in the machine on boarding the machine. If you plan to stay for a considerable time, better obtaining one tourist pass which would provide unlimited travel by Carris. Passes can be obtained in the kiosks of Carris in railway and busy metro stations.<br />Intercity bus station is located on the corner of Av. João Crisóstomo, near to McDonald’s, in a big beige building in Saldanha (Accessible through yellow line by metro). This is the terminal for all intercity buses. Fast Rede Expressos buses also depart from this station.<br />Metro<br />The most favorable way to get around in Lisbon is, doubtlessly, Metro. Not because it is cheap and fast but also because metro stations allows one to enjoy its amazing artistic decoration.<br />Metro trains run every day from 6.00 a.m. until 1.00 a.m., costing a single journey to any station on the network € 0.80. Combined with Carris, one day pass costs € 3.4. Pass selling offices include; Areeiro, Arroios, Baixa-Chiado, Cais do Sodré, Campo Grande, Colégio Militar/Luz, Entre Campos, Marquês de Pombal, Pontinha, Restauradores and Oriente metro stations.<br />Trams<br />Trams offer a nostalgic trip through ancient neighborhoods such as the Bairro Alto, Alfama with fascinating views of the city. It is interesting to note that many of them are pre-World War One and still running. Line 15 departs from Praça da Figueira to Belém and Line 28 passes through the Bairro Alto, Alfama and other ancient parts of Lisbon.<br />Destinations:<br />12 Praça da Figueira - Praça da Figueira-via Martim Moniz<br />15 Praça da Figueira - Algés<br />18 R. Alfândega - Cemitério do Ajuda<br />25 R. Alfândega - Campo de Qurique<br />28 Martim Moniz - Campo de Qurique<br />Ticket price on board is € 1,40.<br />Taxi<br />Beige-colored Taxis of Lisbon are available in every corner of the city and offer very reasonable prices to get around. However, be aware, some taxi drivers - especially those from the airport are badly reputed and may charge you more than they are supposed to. Starting charge is €3.25 and the distance is metered from then on. When you suspect you are being over charged, ask taxi driver a receipt where you will find the taxi driver's name, route, the amount you have been charged and hour. With this document you can easily file a complaint. <br />To avoid these unpleasant situations and make sure that you are paying the right price in the taxi, buy a Taxi Voucher either at the Ask Me tourist office at the airport, Lisboa Welcome Center at Praça do Comércio or Palace Foz in Restauradores. Available for immediate delivery, this title of transportation by taxi is prepaid with a guarantee rate from €14.61 to the city centre. You can also buy " Taxi Vouchers" for transportation for other parts of the city or even the country, for example, a Taxi at your orders during the day will cost you 146.73€.<br />Car Hire<br />Lisbon has some beautiful old streets which are a joy to walk down, but somewhat more of a challenge if you are using a car.<br />If you plan to drive around Lisbon whatever you do avoid the peak time rushes otherwise you could just waste time sitting in traffic. Drive carefully as there are some narrow corners and steep roads. Generally, Lisbon is quite a compact city.<br />Parking can be tricky in Lisbon and if it says " Estacionamento Proibido" then you are not allowed to park there. To play safe, always park your car in car parks located in downtown. Compared to other European cities, parking rates are quite low in Lisbon. The prices start from 1.20 € hourly. If you wish to book before coming to Lisbon, you could easily get the service car hire Lisbon, from Rhino, which can be picked up from all the major points including Lisbon Airport, Gare do Oriente and Santa Apolónia Station. At Santa Apolónia Station, there is also a low-cost car rental option, InterRent, with prices starting at 6,99€ per day, which you should book very much in advance. At Lisbon international airport, there are also the firms such as Sixt, Budget, Avis, Hertz and Europcar. The airport is located 7 kilometres from the city centre, but you may find having a car very useful to get to where you wish to go, particularly when the public transport is not always the best option for out of town places like Estoril, Cascais and Sintra. Furthermore, having a car will always give you the freedom to explore more of the city. Please be aware that the speed limit is 120 kilometres per hour on the motorway. Out of peak hours, it only takes 15 minutes to get to the Lisbon city centre by car.<br />Aerobus & Aeroshuttle<br />Carristur’s Aerobus links the airport with the city centre and the main hotels. It runs daily from 7am to 11pm with the departures every 20 minutes. Aerobus service is complemented by Aeroshuttle, extending the existing network of coverage in order to satisfy the demand of the city enlargement. The Aeroshuttle service has been created in order to establish a connection between Parque das Nações, the Airport and the City Center. This service enables also the access to Bus Terminal at Sete Rios, Bus and Train Terminal at Gare do Oriente and Metro. It operates from 7am to 11pm with the departures every 30 minutes.<br />The ticket is valid for 24 hours, costs 3,50 € and can be used for both services as well as in the public transport network of Carris (buses, trams, funiculars). The holders of the ticket can also enjoy a 25% discount on Carristur’s Hop on Hop of Sightseeing tours leaving from Praça do Comércio.<br />Airport 24 Hours Taxi Voucher<br />For those who want to avoid potential problems with dishonesty, however a bit expensive, Lisbon Tourism Office (Associação de Turismo de Lisboa) located in the Airport arrivals offers pre-paid taxi rides. Rates varies on a basis of km: € 0,35 per km. An increase of 20% applies to normal fares from Monday to Friday between 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Plus an extra small fee for the luggage.<br />PLACES OF INTEREST<br />GARDENS<br />Ajuda Botanical Garden (Jardim Botânico da Ajuda)<br />Being the first botanical garden of Portugal, Ajuda Botanical Garden was built in 1768 by the order of the Pombal Marquis. This garden was used to cultivate and maintain abundant amount of different species brought during the Portuguese discoveries from all over the world.<br />Calçada da Ajuda<br />+351 21 362 25 03 - 21 363 81 61<br />Open every day except Wednesdays between 9.00 a.m. and 8.00 p.m.<br />€ 1,50<br />Science Faculty Botanical Garden (Jardim Botânico da Faculdade Ciências)<br />Created in the 19th century to serve the Science Academy is considered one of the most important botanical gardens in Europe. The Garden houses approximately 2.500 species some of which are extremely rare with its palm-tree alleyway and a labyrinth of small paved paths.<br />Open Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays open between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.<br />Estufa Fria Garden (Jardim Estufa Fria)<br />Built in 1910, the garden is one of the most popular spots in the city. It contains a great number of species from all around the world. Estufa Fria is not only a great spot to escape from city’s hot temperatures during summer, but also with its statues and fountains is a romantic garden<br />Open every day between 9 a.m.- 5.30 p.m.<br />€ 1,07<br />C. Gulbenkian Foundation Garden (Jardim da Fundação Calouste)<br />This beautiful garden hosts an open air auditorium which serves for performing arts during summer. The sculptures and the pond in the garden make it worthwhile to pay a visit.<br />Open every day from 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.<br />MUSUEMS<br />National Art Museum (Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga)<br />The museum's collection includes seven finest collectionsof Painting, Sculpture, Drawings, Engraving, Jewelry,Ceramic, Textile and Furniture from the 12th to the 19thCenturies. It exhibits the masterpieces of European,African and Oriental art.<br />Tuesdays from 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.Wednesday to Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.<br />€ 3<br />National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo)<br />Housed in 16th century convent Madre de Deus, the Museumdisplays a rich collection of tiles from the 15th centuryto the present.<br />Wednesday to Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. andTuesdays 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.<br /> € 2,25<br />National Coach Museum (Museu Nacional dos Coches)<br />The Museum exhibits a unique world collection of royalhorse-drawn carriages of 17th to 19th centuries alongwith clothing, accessories, harnesses and uniforms. Itconstitutes one of the most popular museums of Portugal.<br />Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.<br />€3<br />National Theater Museum (Museu Nacional do Teatro)<br />Housed in the former Palácio do Monteiro-Mor, theTheater opened to public in 1985. Its collection consistsof 300.000 pieces of costumes, costume designs, scenerymodels, posters, postcards, news columns, pamphlets,manuscripts, caricatures, records and additionally anarchive of approximately 120.000 photographs thatillustrates the history of Portuguese theater from 18th tothe present day.<br />Wednesday to Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.<br />€3<br />Pharmacy Museum (Museu da Farmácia)<br />The Museum exhibits various documents and objects relatedto pharmaceutical science and techniques fromMesopotamia, Egypt, Rome, Inca and the European pharmacyfrom the Middle Ages to 1900s.<br />Week-days from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. and lastSunday of each month from 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.<br />Children's Museum (Museu das Crianças)<br />The Museum promises fun to the children while conductinginteractive learning in themes like history, science, musicand environment.<br />From Tuesday to Sunday<br />The Orient Museum (Museu do Oriente)<br />Opened in 2008 in a former warehouse, the Orient Museum mirrors Portuguese presence in Asia throughout over five centuries. The Museum exhibits impressive Indo-Portuguese pieces, Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese ceramics, textiles, furnishings, paintings, and masks.<br />Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00-18.00. Friday: 10.00-22.00 (Free entry from 18.00 to 22.00) Closed: Monday, 1 January and 25 December.<br />Puppet Museum (Museu da Marioneta)<br />It presents a wide collection of traditional puppets fromall around the world in a restored 17th century conventnamed the Convento Das Bernardas. Even though the Museumaims to provide a general view of puppets from all aroundthe world, it gives a special attention to PortuguesePuppet Theater. The museum fascinates the visitorsthrough a great range of masks coming from all over theworld and shadows. Special collections includes: Dolls(Japanese), Masks (Oriental), Puppets (Oriental), Puppets(Portuguese), Stage machinery, reconstructions (Baroque),Teatro Branca-Flor, Teatro do Mestre Gil, TeatroRobertoscope M.S. Lourenço.<br />MONUMENTS<br />Aqueduct of the Free Waters (Aqueduto das Águas Livres)<br />Built in the 18th century (1729-1748) by the order of King João V, the aqueduct served to supply water to the city. It consists of 109 arches across the valley, with the tallest arch being 66 meters.<br />Open everyday except Sundays from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.<br />€3<br />Estrela Basilica (Basílica da Estrela)<br />Built in late- Baroque style in the 18th century, Estrela Basilica is one of Lisbon’s the most fascinating churches. It was the first church in the world dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.<br />Largo da Estrela<br />Open every day from 7.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and 3.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.<br />Saint George’s Castle (Castelo de São Jorge)<br />Built by the Visigoths in the 5th century and enlarged by the Moors in the 9th century, the Castle demonstrates the early history of the city, while offering to its visitors a spectacular panoramic view of Lisbon and Tagus River. The Castle also hosts a multimedia exhibition of Lisbon’s history.<br />The visitors shouldn’t miss out the Ogival House, from where the 17th-century door that made the connection to the jails once located in the Castle can be seen.<br />Costa do Castelo (Near the top of Alfama)<br />Open every day from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.<br />Discoveries Monument (Padrão dos descobrimentos)<br />Built on the bank of River Tagus in 1960 to honor the 500th anniversary of the death of Prince Henry the Navigator. Designed in the shape of a caravel, on which Henry the Navigator, Vasco da Gama, Pedro Álvares Cabral - discoverer of Brazil - Fernão Magalhães - who crossed the Pacific in 1520 -, the writer Camões and many relevant heroes of Portuguese history are shown, the monument offers a fabulous view from the top. It also owns a multimedia itinerary through the history of Lisbon, as well as hosts temporary exhibitions and concerts.<br />Avenida Brasília<br />Open every day except Mondays from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.<br />€ 1,80<br />National Church of Santa Engrácia (Igreja de Santa Engrácia/Panteão)<br />Established in a baroque architectural style, this Church is one of the most beautiful churches of Lisbon. It took such a long time, 284 years, to build the church that it inspired the Portuguese expression “works of Santa Engracia”(“obras de Santa Engracia”), signifying endless like works of Santa Engracia. It is a national monument of Portugal since 1910 and the National Pantheon since 1916.<br />Campo de Santa Clara<br />Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.<br />€ 2<br />Christ the King Sanctuary (Santuário do Cristo Rei)<br />Built in 1959 on the south bank of River Tagus, the 110 meter high statue of Christ offers a magnificent panoramic view over Lisbon and River Tagus.<br />Almada<br />Open every day between 9.30 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.<br />Church and Monastery of São Vicente de Fora (Igreja e Mosteiro de São Vicente)<br />The Church was built in 1147 in order to extent thanks for the conquest of Lisbon from the Moors. In 16the and 17th century, the Church had been renovated. Its Portuguese tile panels are inspired by La Fontaine's fables.<br />Largo de Sao Vicente<br />Open Tuesday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Saturday from 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. Sunday from 9.00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 3.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m.<br />Total Cost – Rs. 282200/- ( Flight n Hotel – Rs 125090/- )<br /> ( Car Rental – Rs. 42370/ day ----- Rs 127110/- ) <br /> ( Travelling, shopping n misc. – Rs. 30000/- )<br />Sources <br /><ul><li>www.virtualtourist.com
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