Lisbon Cathedral403 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
- Address: Largo da Sé, 1100-585 Lisbon, Portugal
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +351-218866752
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Monument, Cathedral , Tomb
One of Lisbon’s oldest monuments, this Roman Catholic cathedral was begun in 1150, but a lot of what you see today is renovated, for the Cathedral was hard hit by the 1755 Earthquake. That’s why you’ll see several styles of construction to its build - Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Neo-Classical, and Rococo. The main attraction here is the 14th century Gothic Cloister. The cathedral has several important tombs - Dom Afonso IV, Lopo Fernandes Pacheco and wife, and the chapel of Bartolomeu Joanes.
Entrance Ticket Details For Lisbon Cathedral
- EUR 4: Cloisters and the treasure of the Cathedral
How to Reach Lisbon Cathedral
- Buses 12E, 28E and 737 stop Se
- Buses 25E, 206, 210, 711, 728, 735, 759, 774, 781, 782, 794 stop Terreiro Paco
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5.94% of people who visit Lisbon include Lisbon Cathedral in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
30.43% of people start their Lisbon Cathedral visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Lisbon Cathedral
57.14% of people prefer walking in order to reach Lisbon Cathedral
Lisbon Cathedral Reviews & Ratings
One of the main attractions of the city. The greatest monuments to visit in Lisbon, it is situated in the heart of Lisbon. There’s no entry fee. Free to walk around and admire the beautiful architecture. The stained glass windows looks Amazing. It’s a beautiful landmark.
Beautiful architectural cathedral. It seems they are doing renovations to it as well which is always good and a cathedral this size will always need renovations. This place attracts many tourist so it is always busy. I am. It a practicing catholic but I always like to to go these old churches and cathedrals because I really admire these type of architect. It seems the churches and cathedrals are one place that the country will always put money in to keep it in good condition.
We were lucky enough to hear the acoustics of the church as the choir was practicing for a wedding... Beautiful... They sounded like angels. The candle stands added to the enchantment... No wonder many weddings are held here.
The Cathedral of Lisbon is a lovely place to visit - not difficult to reach, surrounded by a really nice urban district of Lisbon (you might enjoy going around the various small roads), this Cathedral seems to be well preserved and offering a good variety of architectural elements (although I had the perception it is mostly Gothic style). Take a view of the three ails and don't miss the Gothic glass art on the side as well as on the top bottom side (up the entrance, you can spot it once you walk through the cathedral)
What history and beauty to see. Most of it is free and beautiful to see. But if you want to see their treasure is will coat euros. Would have bit with little kids i didn't think it was worth spending the money as they won't understand.