Jeronimos Monastery

Nestled in the heart of Lisbon, the Jeronimos Monastery is a stunning example of Portugal’s rich history and culture. Built in the early 16th century, the monastery was commissioned by King Manuel I to commemorate the country’s maritime exploration.

Today, the Jeronimos Monastery is one of Lisbon’s most popular tourist attractions. Visitors can explore the ornate cloisters and cathedrals, or simply admire the monastery’s beautiful architecture. With its mix of Gothic and Renaissance elements, the Jeronimos Monastery is truly a masterpiece.

Read what others share about their experience

  • Ales Tvrdy
    a month ago
    There are two parts where to go. The longest is to the monastery by itself and the shortest, also...
  • Kamil Bęś
    a month ago
    This place is so stunning! All those details which you can catch with your eye or a camera! Great...
  • We were only allowed to go in the courtyard, because the church was closed for a ceremony for...
  • Roopie R
    a month ago
    Visiting Jerónimos Monastery was an unforgettable experience. This architectural marvel stands as a...
  • Marcus John Hall
    2 weeks ago
    Visited recently (April 2024) during our trip to Lisbon. This is a fascinating attraction...

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