The only tip is that if you want to visit this place is better to get a combine ticket with Jeronymos Monastery. Otherwise you have to wait about 1,5h to get in. Sos!!lisbon card holders don't receive a priority queue..
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.... long queues, one ticket seller, different languages - all makes for a frustrating start. Very little signage and explanations within the tower which would have been useful. There appears to be a small shop within the compound which was closed at their busiest period...More
Don t get me wrong if you are in the area stop by its along the waterfront and there is a war museum there. But there isn t. Much to it
We were in line for 45 minutes for a 15 minute visit. There is not a lot to see, although there are good views from the top of the tower. May be just as good to take pictures of the outside and move on.
I admit I didn't brave the queue to go inside but it's a beautiful structure on its own on the outside. It's easy to find and it's possible to take amazing photos from various angles. There are also some cute stalls nearby for cocktails!
We dutifully walked over to the Torre after visiting the Monastery. Fortunately we had tickets so we didn't have to stand in line. Our family went up to the top of the tower and reported complete chaos. The stairs up only accommodates one line of...More
Not many structures survived the great earthquake so I make a point of trying to visit them. This one has soul since the explorers had feelings sailing away from this structure and very different feelings sailing toward it after a long voyage. Boasts Manueline style...More
Few buildings are as charming and evocative as Belem tower, with its architectural mixture of towers, turrets and battlements. It has now become one of Portugal's most potent national symbols. It was built between 1515 and 1520 and once stood proudly out in the river,...More