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Things to check out around Estadio Jose Alvalade?

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Jacob Ericsson
Jacob Ericsson

You cannot pay a visit to the city of Lisbon without taking in the amazing Lisbon Oceanarium. It first opened back in 1998 and it was the centrepiece of the World Fair that was titled “The Oceans, a Heritage for the Future” and it signifies the historic association the city has with the ocean.

You can walk throughout the unforgettable and impressive exhibits and learn amazing facts about the ocean and learn how to help in the conservation of the nature. There is such a wide variety of different species that something will most definitely take your breath away. A must visit especially if you have kids with you.

Jeronimos Monastery is a thing of beauty, with the masterpiece being finished in 1502 with no expenses spared. It is made up of Gothic and Manueline architectural features and it was inspired by Vasco de Gama who is actually buried at the monastery alongside some of the other successful navigators of the past.

It is amazingly beautiful and has great history attached to it at the same time. It is also located close to the stadium for added convenience.

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Karl Ove
Karl Ove

One of the most cosmopolitan and sought after cities to be in in Western Europe, you will never run out of things to do in Lisbon, its location means that it has been an important city throughout history and there are so many landmarks to see. The Belem Tower and Sao Jorge Castle are picture perfect, and you could spend a whole day just wondering around the Bairro Alto enjoying the cafes and the traditional Fado music. There is also one of Europe’s leading aquariums, the Lisbon Oceanarium to enjoy!

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