With such maritime icons as Vasco de Gama and Bartolomeu Dias,
its no wonder that Portugal's Maritime Museum is one of the best in
Europe, evoking a sense of what it was like when the victorious
Portuguese dominated the high seas. Visitors can marvel at the
hundreds of models of 15th- to 19th-century sailing ships, merchant
marine vessels, fishing boats and pleasure boats as well as a full
range of Portuguese naval uniforms, including one worn at a
Mozambique military outpost in 1896.
Address: Praça do Império Telephone: 21 362 0019 Opening Time: 10am to 5pm (October to April) and 10am to 6pm (May
to September); closed Mondays. Admission: EUR4 (adult) and EUR2 (6 - 18 years), free for children
under 6. Concessions available.
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