Maybe it's a nice palace but it's not always open for the public. If there's a concert maybe you can walk around, otherwise you have to make an appointment via their website I guess...
You can book a guided tour and do it peacefully. Many people visit us. No one is prevented from visiting... 更多
This is a lovely and centrally located small palace in Lisbon. The palace features pinkish hues and lovely halls. Unfortunately, some of the famous main halls were closed during our visit, so we only got a chance for a short peek.
Our choral group enjoyed singing in the Hall of Mirrors in Palacio Foz. We had good acoustics, a very nice piano, and attentive audience the afternoon of the performance.
This beautiful pink building in Restaudouro square,houses a museum,tourist information bureau and police headquarters. It can be easily reached by metro,trams and buses. Diagonally opposite is the Hard Rock Cafe.
It doesn't necessarily look great from outside but the interior is sumptuous. We went there for a concert not knowing how beautiful the rooms and staircase were. Keep an eye out for the concerts held here - a number have free entry. There is also an exhibition of cinematograph equipment.
... probably the most beautiful staircase in Europe, in a non royal palace. Inspired by the french architecture of the 1700´s, this palace has the most wonderful ball rooms and music rooms in Lisbon. Unfortunately it can only be visited in organized groups with previous reservation. During the year there are a few concerts and recitals open to the public,... 更多
When we wanted to visit, it was told in the Tourist Office, that there is no way to get in. We have seen a small notice on gthe wall, that there will be a concert. Forget the concert, it was very poor, the students of a privat music school were playing. But the building. It was built in 1755-1777 ,... 更多