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Palacio Nacional de Mafra

Terreiro Dom Joao v, Mafra 2640-492, Portugal
+351 261 817 550
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Terreiro Dom Joao v, Mafra 2640-492, Portugal
+351 261 817 550
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

DO IT!!! This palace has the grandest proportions and grandeur of any is the many magnificent churches, cathedrals, and fine buildings we visited in Portugal...Lisbon and Porto. And that’s stiff competition!! The scale of everything is huge. The library was 3 stories tall and maybe...More

Thank rammd01
Reviewed 1 week ago

Palacio Mafra is well worth the visit if only to walk the long corridors that extend around the two sides of the palace one can visit about . Somewhat spartanly furnished except for the antler room where the furniture is made of antlers and the...More

Thank TraveloverLimassol
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This site is really a combination of several, including monastery, church, and risk palace. The palace is furnished in elegant style, and includes a hint room decorated and furnished with antlers and stuffed trophies from the hunt from the nearby game park. The monastery includes...More

1  Thank Irene R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a great Barroc example of the Portuguese architecture of the Xviii century. Wonderful library and well kept building. Just great

1  Thank Miguel M
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Between the most iconic buildings of Portugal and the face Mafra. The Mark of the portuguese Golden era

Thank Andre_Amorim_90
Reviewed 1 October 2017

We visited here on a day trip from Lisbon, only 25 miles away, by coming on a bus from Campo Grande bus terminal. It took 45 minutes and was €7.55 return. The little town of Mafra is dominated by the monumental Palacio-Convento, one of the...More

1  Thank Angela C
Reviewed 2 September 2017

The sheer size of this palace is just amazing. I believe the church is the only one with SIX full sized old fashioned organs in full working order. I was fortunate enough to hear them all playing on a previous visit, which was an amazing...More

2  Thank Peter H
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Easily reached by coach from Lisbon (40 minutes from Campo Grande bus station), this royal palace was the summer palace of the Portugal kings until 1910. Really outstanding are the room with hunt trophies, the billiard room and the music room with 2 old pianos...More

3  Thank PalombiG
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

A massive monastery that will leave you stunned also for the richness of its filled interiors. The church, the monks' quarters and the royal rooms are all remarkable

Thank Jorge M
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth visiting this beautiful palace. It's size is overwhelming especially the library. Spent nearly 2 hours wondering around and visiting the church attached to it. A bargain at €6 per adult and kids under 12 are free. Lots of parking around it and cafes...More

1  Thank saladboxman
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8 April 2015|
Response from portugalfan_10 | Reviewed this property |
Dear travellers, you need at least two hours to visit the palace, including a little walk outside. But you can also spend a whole day, when you visit the park to the left of the palace (Jardim do Cerco) or the tapada... More
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