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Lisbon Cathedral

Lisbon, Portugal
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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.
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

8 euro to visit but it's worth it for the oldest cathedral in Lisbon. The information on your self guided tour is limited. Some things have basic Engl.. Read more »
We stopped by on our way down from the castle and the architecture is absolutely stunning. The museum portion was closed but entrance was free. We wal.. Read more »
The vault area of this cathedral has an amazing gold-gem in-crusted piece. And getting close to the amazing stained glass window does also radiate wit.. Read more »
The view of the suspension bridge and part of Lisbon street from the top was quite nice. I also liked the details of the ceiling in one of the rooms o.. Read more »
This area was probably the highlight of my trip. The district this cathedral in is absolutely beautiful. If you are in Lisbon then definitely make som.. Read more »
Hi The cathedral is great and beautiful. The architecture is historical. A lot of things to see. We really enjoyed the visit. The staff was friendly a.. Read more »
Excellent cathedral with great architectural work. The stained glass is fantastic. It's a bit hot inside during summer time (35+ in August when I visi.. Read more »
Great monument, one of the oldest in town. 5 Euro a tour around it, well worthy. A museum is organized in some rooms, high escaliers with a great view.. Read more »
Breathing Historical Beauty outside. I arrived very early and walked outside, all the way round this magnificent Monument. A great experience without .. Read more »
The space is quite beautiful. I understand it is open many weekdays so drop in and see this church that used to be a convent. I was there for Sunday .. Read more »
This cathedral has some great architectural work. The treasury has a lot of interesting relics and other pieces. The rose window has beautiful stained.. Read more »
Beautiful church. Stunning stained glass window up in the upper part of the cathedral. The Treasury rooms upstairs have a lot of cool things to check .. Read more »
First of all, this place is NOT "free" like Google maps claims. But the entry fee is only €4, and probably worth a look around. It's an amazing struct.. Read more »
The “Sé de Lisboa” is one of the most iconic building in the city. It is located in the beginning of the “bairro alto” and is easily accessible by tra.. Read more »
Beautiful building on the outside but nothing special on the inside. You have to pay to venture past the back pew. It was reasonably simply decorated .. Read more »
Iconic building in the heart of the city remaining us that God is among us always and forever He will be! Is dedicated to Santa Maria and Saint Anthon.. Read more »
Shows the rich history of the cathedral within the city and how it has survived many earthquakes and changed over the years. Would have been good if y.. Read more »
Only interesting for historical or religious reasons. Maybe I have seen too many cathedrals in the last few years but this one didn’t excite me. Never.. Read more »
The oldest church in the city of Lisbon, built in 1147, this cathedral has survived multiple earthquakes and has been renovated and restored several t.. Read more »
The solid and imposing Se Cathedral is Lisbon’s most important and iconic religious building. Since the 12th century the Se Cathedral has been entwine.. Read more »
Very nice cathedral. I loved the atmosphere, especially in the main church area. The museum and exhibition area above is really educating and interest.. Read more »
Only visited from the outside since we got there right after it closed. Nice place to take photos. Great area to explore on foot.
Beautiful Cathedral that's a must see in Lisboa. Take a picture of the church with the historic tram 28 in the background and you would have captured .. Read more »
Stunning Romanesque church from 1147 with a 14th century Gothic ambulatory that shouldn't be missed. Great location within walking distance of a jaw-d.. Read more »
This cathedral is better known as Sé de Lisboa, and it’s the oldest and most important church in the city. The Cathedral’s Gothic cloister is similar.. Read more »
Very basic cathedral i would say when I see it. Quite similar with the one i saw in Paris, but this one much more smaller and simple.
So impressive. So sacred. One of our favourite landmarks in Portugal
Very nice to hear the mass and feel more blessed with st Anthony's
I often looked up at the cloistered cathedral from the park. I walked up one Sunday during curfew and marvelled at what is the cathedral. I love so mu.. Read more »
The cathedral is nice but not impressive. It's the biggest one around there so you should pay a visit. Anyway I prefer cathedrals with Gothic / more e.. Read more »
We did not go inside this Cathedral. But we were around it and the area is a place to visit. They have those tourist ride stand outside there. The dri.. Read more »
The upstairs treasury was beautiful. Gorgeous church to visit
Amazing seafood. Lovely staff and a fantastic location in the heart of Alfama. Highly recommend a stop here for some lunch/dinner in Lisbon
If you are walking in this area you can Make a short Stop
Unique and fascinating. Originally placed with astonishing architectural vibe.
The entry isn't free, u must pay for see a cathedral. Don't like it!
Was cool to grab a quick photo. Heard it was built in the 11th century. Not sure if it's accurate, just heard it from our Uber driver. We didn't buy t.. Read more »
One of the most amazing places to visit in Lisbon for sure. I absolutely loved the feeling I had the first time I gazed into it. Go there in the mor.. Read more »
Great to visit at any time! Everything looks beautiful including the area around
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 .. Read more »