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Queluz National Palace

Lisbon, Portugal
4.8 / 12
The palace was built in the XVII century in the Rococo style. He served as the summer residence of the Portuguese king Pedro II. Later, the building was used to accommodate dignitaries. Today, classical concerts are held on the territory of the palace. Particular attention is drawn to the luxurious Throne and Music Halls, as well as the magnificent and lavishly decorated royal chambers.
Address:Largo Palácio de Queluz, Queluz
Phone:+351 21 923 7300
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: 09:00–19:00

Really interesting palace whose restoration was funded by the very friendly people of Portugal. This is a nice peak into Portugal’s past when it was .. Read more »
This has some interesting facts about the royal family, which our tour guide was incredibly knowledgeable about the palace's history and the royal fam.. Read more »
Beautiful palace , the interior is beautiful. The gardens really beautiful as well. The entrance was around 10 euro and took us around 1 hour tour. Th.. Read more »
An enormous and really astonishing place to visit, full of history and interesting artworks. The entrance ticket (which you can buy with a discount o.. Read more »
If you’re visiting Lisbon in Portugal, the Palace in the small town of Queluz is worth a visit. The palace boasts beautiful kept rooms, a tremendous b.. Read more »
Stunning palace in Queluz. The timeline of the kings who had lived there almost transported me back in time. The palace is very preserved and the gard.. Read more »
It was a nice quiet visit. Gardens are very nice and clean. A perfect place for a picnic. You can visit only the garden or both the palace and the gar.. Read more »
We only had time to visit the gardens, amazing..... If we go again will for sure look around the palace interior. We stayed in the Posada opposite, it.. Read more »
Portugal's very own Versailles! A short distance from main Lisbon is good for a leisure trip or organised tours including kids birthday party. It's in.. Read more »
Stunning national palace with original features, some of the state rooms are beautiful. We had the place to ourselves on a Tuesday. It’s a bit off the.. Read more »
Amazing. We only went round the gardens, but I was totally taken aback at what seems to be a hidden gem. Almost no one else was there, and the gardens.. Read more »
Beautiful place but could be cheaper. During our visit we where the only people visiting the Palace so it was quite unique experience. On the photo is.. Read more »
Magnificent, well kept palace that somehow still seems "sized for humans". Lots of information to be found from the info tablets or one can just enjoy.. Read more »
Highly recommended! A lot of history of the Portuguese monarchy. The palace is very well preserved. The gardens are very beautiful (you will need some.. Read more »
The palace and gardens are huge! Plan to spend many hours, first touring the palace and its dozens of reasonably-well-curated rooms; then the gardens.. Read more »
Beautiful. Gardens spectacular. Very clean and well maintained. Staff very friendly, in the cafe and gardeners. Pity you cannot leave to have lunch ne.. Read more »
Doesn't cost much for so much to see. Took me a solid two hours to walk the whole palace and gardens but was actually a great experience. Cafeteria la.. Read more »
If you love decorative art and regular gardens you will enjoy this place. The stuff is very friendly and all the signs and descriptions are translated.. Read more »
Beautiful Rococo design and stunning chandeliers throughout. The nobility really know how to live. Truly worth a visit. We essentially had this incr.. Read more »
Exquisite baroque palace on par with the Versailles in France. Magnificent gardens and state rooms all well preserved with the benefit of being not so.. Read more »
Disabled people friendly place Splendid and majestic rooms A very very pleasant garden with some masterpieces. Really worth a visit. Requires some tim.. Read more »
Magical place. Very good indoors and outdoors??
Beautiful. You must see it
Amazing palace that's really worth a visit.
I went to visit the Gardens. Meanwhile, since I was there I decided to visit the Palace as well. Visiting the Palace it was indeed the best of my visi.. Read more »
Thr garden its a beautiful and relaxing place. The palace its just a huge place with old furniture
Beautiful grounds, 10€ to get in and see everything, some horses too!
One of the most beautiful palaces I have ever visited! Was amazed by interior art, the history behind it, and the gardens around the palace. Highly re.. Read more »
A good place to visit during pandemic. Very nice chandeliers in almost every chamber. Don't miss the gardens, you can lose yourself for some hours.
Beautiful piece of history and we'll worth taking the time to visit
An unexpectedly wonderful place to visit. Huge buildings, tons of art and antiques, but I liked the gardens best. Fascinating, well kept (with no doub.. Read more »