National Pantheon

Lisbon, Portugal
4.4 / 5
The majestic and monumental building of pink marble in the style of Portuguese Baroque, which has a second name - the National Pantheon of Portugal. The church began to be erected in the 17th century, and finished only in the 20th. The role of the pantheon went to the temple under the dictator A. Salazar. Political figures, famous writers and other cultural representatives are buried in the church.
National Pantheon
Address:Campo de Santa Clara, Lisboa
Phone:+351 21 885 4820
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–17:00 wednesday: 10:00–17:00 thursday: 10:00–17:00 friday: 10:00–17:00 saturday: 10:00–17:00 sunday: 10:00–17:00


The Pantheon was already closed when I arrived. They close at 5 pm in the middle of summer..... So I could only appreciate their external architecture. This construction took 284 years to be completed, so it's a pity I couldn't see the inside.


The building is very well preserved and the stone colours on the floor and the walls look wonderful on a sunny day. A big plus is that one can go up the stairs and get views of the design from different heights. Finally, one gets to go out on the ter.. Read more »


A must place to visit if you are in Lisbon. Beautiful from inside and outside. There is amazing terrace at the top of the pantheon which overlooks the city. Additionally there is an exhibition about the history of the church.


The National Pantheon building is a site worth seeing in and of itself (tickets = 4 Euro apiece). The terrace atop the building has nice views of parts of Lisbon and the Tagus. The balcony inside the dome is also neat to walk around (though not for t.. Read more »


Beautiful and great view of Lisbon from the top. Would not recommend using the bathroom


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