To be quite frank. January in Lisbon is not for out-door lovers.
This morning when I went for my swim in the local gym it was 4 °C. And although the sun is slowly taking over it’s still too cold for most people to really enjoy all Lisbon’s fantastic outdoor spots – not to mention the beaches.
January is also the month where we have the most rain.
But don’t panic.
There are lots of other ways to enrich your walks around town.
Like visiting one or more of Lisbon’s fantastic museums Travelers Today just shared on their blog.
[caption id="attachment_16516" align="aligncenter" width="1333"] In our opinion the MAAT Museum (this picture) and the Berado Museum for modern & contemporary art (Feature picture) – both in Belem – are also Must See places for art lovers[/caption]
If you ever find yourselves exploring Western Europe, then you must not forget to include Portugal on your list. Its capital and largest city, Lisbon, is a fantastic place to visit and boasts of extensive activities and attractions that would make your traveling experience worthwhile. One of the top things to do here is visiting the city’s collection of museums. But for a first timer, it’s kind of tricky to figure out where to start. So here are some of the top museums you should not miss when you’re in Portugal:
Read Travelers Today’s descriptio of each of their 5 suggestions here.
- Museu Nacional dos Coches
- Museo Nacional De Arte Antiga.
- Museu do Oriente
- Calouste Gulbenkian Museum
- Museu Nacional do Azulejo
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