Centro Cultural de Belém
156 locals recommend ·
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Museum, music, theatre, opera, dance, cinema, exhibitions - in short, all things cultural.
All you can have in a beautiful modern place. From concerts , to restaurants, gardens ,Museums . Don't miss it.
A beautiful building, in a touristic place "Belém". Usually you can find a free exhibition and enjoy great artists.
Concert room, art gallery, museum, garden. This quartier has everything. In less than 1km2 you have the most iconic cultural center of the city, the best botanical garden, the Carriage Museum (Museu dos Coches), the president house, the Pastéis de Nata (the iconic desert of the city), Mosteiro dos…
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