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It's not a big place, but has a lot of small interesting items, as well as historical appeal. We liked the cloister, the library which was obviously well used, the old photographs, and the arms room in the turret at the top of the stairs....More
We walked past this building to and from an amazing sunset at Boca do Inferno and although the sunset blew us away, this building stood out for me and I wish I would have been able to visit it, it looks right up my street!
Must go and see this architectural museum gem in Cascais bout by an O’Neill descendant with shamrocks on the ceiling
Great to wander around the cloister and then the rooms, set within the park another are to just wander within
We only got round to visiting this lovely place on the last day of our trip, but wish we’d had more time to do it justice. If you’re looking for a break from the beachside bustle, this is a worthwhile way of spending a relaxed...More
This is an interesting Museum and the exhibits are well displayed. Sadly at the time of our visit they did not have any further documentation. Nevertheless, it did not detract from our enjoyment of the experience.
This is an amazing house! the design and the architecture are worth the time it takes to explore this museum. It really is a must-see. You can just walk through at your own pace and take your time admiring all the rooms and decorations. The...More
We had a guided tour at this palace during a rainy period. It was interesting but much of the house contents were imported from other countries and cultures (e.g. India, China and France) and it therefore does not contain many interesting examples of Portuguese history....More