Explore a masterpiece of 16th-century architecture in Portugal in a monumental setting overlooking the Tagus River.
Assure your entrance with this ticket and explore the 16th-century cloister, the former monks’ refectory and the former library.
Witness the Manueline style in the religious, nautical, and regal elements that have been set eternally in stone on the facade
Complete your experience with a surprise bonus. We will offer 4 self-guided tours in Lisbon, among which are:
- Lisbon: another kind of “must see” - Lisbon: the main attractions of the city. - Futuristic Lisbon - Tour of Belem These tours are available in the app. They include ready-to-go itinerary, made by a local guide, GPS navigation, sightseeing descriptions, tips and advices. It is like walking with a local, only that you can go by yourself, at any convenient time.
Access to the 16th-century cloister, the former monks’ refectory, and the former library
Entry/Admission - Mosteiro dos Jeronimos
Admission to the Jerónimos Monastery
Access to 4 Self-Guided Tours in Lisbon
What to Expect
Visit: Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, Praca do Imperio Belém, Lisbon 1400-206 Portugal
Visit the Jerónimos Monastery, one the most important tourist attraction in Lisbon and definitely the most impressive symbol of Portugal's power and wealth during the Age of Discovery.
The religious structure was created by Diogo de Boitaca, a Portuguese architect, to commemorate Vasco da Gama's return from India. The building began on January 6, 1501, and took until the seventeenth century to complete. The architecture is primarily Manueline in style (Portuguese late Gothic).
The tombs of Vasco da Gama and poet Luis de Camões, author of the epic The Lusiadas, in which he honors the exploits of Da Gama and his compatriots, were put inside beside the entryway. Other notable Portuguese figures buried here include King Manuel and King Sebastião, as well as writers Fernando Pessoa and Alexandre Herculano.
Please note: Last admission: 30 minutes before closing