Lisbon Cathedral

Lisbon, Portugal
4.6 / 5
The main cathedral of Lisbon, which arose in the era of the Early Middle Ages. It is believed that in its place was a Roman temple, which the Visigoths turned into a Christian church. During the period of Arab rule on the Iberian Peninsula, the temple was destroyed, and a mosque was erected in its place. In 1150, a new building appeared, which stood six centuries before the earthquake. However, the cathedral was not completely destroyed by the elements, it was reconstructed, diluting the strict Romanesque architecture with Gothic, Baroque and neoclassicism.
Lisbon Cathedral
Address:Largo da Sé, Lisboa
Phone:+351 21 886 6752
Hours:monday: 09:00–19:00 tuesday: 09:00–19:00 wednesday: 09:00–19:00 thursday: 09:00–19:00 friday: 09:00–19:00 saturday: 09:00–19:00 sunday: 09:00–20:00


This was a super stop. Very easily accessible by tram - you pass by going up to the castle. The place has a beauty and grace that you feel immediately. Suggestion - buy a ticket to see the Treasury. There is an amazing collection of relics and so.. Read more »


Lisbon Cathedral is located in one of the most interesting historical parts of the city. It is within walking distance of wonderful attractions. It is worth visiting and it's generally crowded. Make it part of a bigger tour around this amazing histo.. Read more »


A lovely, ancient site with a history going back over 2,000 years. Even though the church building itself is not that old (goes without saying I suppose), it does go back before 1755, unlike most places in Lisbon (due to the earthquake). Inside, visi.. Read more »


Beautiful old and large cathedral. Was a bit surprised at first €4 for entry because it's a place of worship (if you come to pray it's free). But, too be honest it was well worth it. There's an upstairs area where you're not allowed to take pictures .. Read more »


One of the most amazing place I had visited! It’s a solid and imposing Cathedral is Lisbon’s most important and iconic religious building. Since the 12th century the Se Cathedral has been entwined in Portugal’s early history, which bore witness to t.. Read more »


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