Oceanario de Lisboa
If you have kids with you, this is the place to start your tour of Lisbon. The amazing aquarium is located at Esplanada Dom Carlos and whether you are a fan of marine life or not, an evening spend at Oceanario de Lisboa would please you to large extent.
Museu Calouste Gulbenkian is a paradise for the lovers of art. A trip to this amazing museum is a must but remember one thing, the timings to visit Gulbenkian Museum is Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am to 5:45 pm and the museum is closed on Mondays.
Igreja de Sao Roque
The São Roque Church (Saint Roch Church – patron saint of those sick with the plague), is one of the oldest places in Lisbon and one cannot afford to miss this place while in Lisbon.
National Tile Museum
It is open for public from Tuesday to Monday and the best time to visit this museum would be after lunch and make sure you return before dinner. Inside of the museum is amazing and one must not miss a tour to this place.
The old Lisbon city. If you want to see what Lisbon used to look like before 20th century, take a walk through Alfama and history will automatically be recalled.
Pavilhao do Conhecimento
Pavilhao do Conhecimento or Science Museum is one of the major tourist attractions in Lisbon. Whether you are a science fan or not, you have to pay a visit to this place and make sure that you go there before dinner.