Discover the exquisite pieces of the Gulbenkian Calouste Museum during your private visit with an art restorer. The museum is considered one of the most important in Portugal as it is home to stunning works of European art and sculpture spanning from the 11th to the mid-20th century.
The main gallery is only enhanced by special exhibits, which include paintings by Francesco Guardi, 18th and 19th century English paintings, and a superb collection of jewels and glass by René Lalique. Aside from the incredible works on display, the museum itself stuns by using its innovative structure to fuse nature and art, resulting in a sensational experience for the visitor.
Then introduce yourself to Lisbon, and its wonderful culinary delights, with a walking and food tasting tour of the Alfama and Mouraria districts. The two districts neighbour each other in Lisbon's Old Town and feature lovely cobblestone streets that wind up to the Castelo de São Jorge. Be sure to stop at the many miradouros (lookouts) and patios for breathtaking panoramas of the city.
Be sure to save time to visit Belem, another district overlooking the River Tagus, and home to Lisbon's impressive maritime history, several museums and galleries, and the delightful, ubiquitous custard tart, the pastel de nata.
Aside from the incredible works on display, the Gulbenkian Calouste museum itself stuns by using its innovative structure to fuse nature and art.
- Private Tour Of The Gulbenkian Calouste Museum
- Walking & Food Tasting Tour