Padrao Dos Descobrimentos

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  • Address: Av. Brasília, 1400-038 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisbon
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +351-213031950
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Historical Site, Monument
Tickets From $21.2

The Portuguese Age of Discovery peaked during the 15th and 16th centuries, when trade and explorer ship sailed between Lisbon, India and the Orient. This monument commemorates those times. The main thing to do here is get your picture clicked with the monument. That part is free. Afterwards, you can visit the small museum at the monument that explores related history. For an additional fee, you can climb on to the viewing platform on the monument for great views over the River Tagus.

Padrao Dos Descobrimentos Travel Tips

The viewing platform and museum:

  • Closed Monday
  • October to March: 10am-7pm
  • April to September: 10am-6pm

Entrance Ticket Details For Padrao Dos Descobrimentos

The viewing platform and museum:

  • Adult: EUR 3
  • Child: EUR 2
  • Family: EUR 8

How to Reach Padrao Dos Descobrimentos

  • Buses 15E, 201, 727, 751 stop Belem-Jeronimos

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  • Padrao Dos Descobrimentos Address: Av. Brasília, 1400-038 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisbon
  • Padrao Dos Descobrimentos Contact Number: +351-213031950
  • Padrao Dos Descobrimentos Timing: 24-hrs
  • Time required to visit Padrao Dos Descobrimentos: 00:30 Mins
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  • 14.31% of people who visit Lisbon include Padrao Dos Descobrimentos in their plan

  • 25.53% of people start their Padrao Dos Descobrimentos visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Padrao Dos Descobrimentos

Monday, Thursday and Sunday

55.81% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Padrao Dos Descobrimentos

People normally club together Belem Tower and Alfama District while planning their visit to Padrao Dos Descobrimentos.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Padrao Dos Descobrimentos Reviews & Ratings

  • A very nice and symbolic architecture masterpiece. It has a specific story about the glory of the Portuguese explorations and discoveries around the World but even without knowing its meaning, you can appreciate both the drawings on it as well as the overall settings in front of the sea in Belem with the bridge on the back! The whole area is great for a walk and certainly made more attractive by the presence of this huge work!

  • Gorgeous architecture and monuments. One of the most popular places in Portugal. Its filled with tourists and yet its clean and not overly crowded. Beautiful place to visit. Only con is not having enough shade anywhere so its a bit harder to stay around for longer time period cause of the heat and heavy sun.

  • As monolithic stone structures go, it's pretty breathtaking. I don't know well enough to know for sure, but I hear the various gargoyles placed at the bottom depicted the various priests, religious figureheads and or lords who sent out positive vibes to all the different ships sent from Lisbon all across the world. Be that true or not it's well pretty so it is. A must see for those down that way. 5 stars!

  • A monument dedicated to the spirit of Portuguese exploration. Fairly narrow, but there's an entrance to some exposition inside the monument. The statues on the side seem impressive given the detail and scale of monument as a whole. A big tourist point here is to take a picture of your foot on the south-most point on the compass map sitting at the foot of the monument.

  • The details of the people involved in this monument are phenomenal! Really interesting to look at. I myself am an artist, but I am not that good at sculpting yet, I haven't tapped into that skill yet. I'd honestly like to know more on this monument, maybe even go there someday.

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