The Jerónimos Monastery is an essential symbol of the manuelin architectonic style which represents the richness and importance of the Portuguese Discoveries. It’s located in Belém.
The construction of this monastery started in 1502, ordered by D. Manuel not long after Vasco da Gama returned from his trip to India. The financing for this construction was mostly done through commerce of spices.
Its was named after the religious order that was established here until 1834, the Order of Saint Jerome.
In its interior, apart from the great architectonic beauty you might also observe the thomb of D. Manuel I, D. João III, D. Sebastião, D. Henrique, Vasco da Gama, Luís Vaz de Camões, Alexandre Herculano, Fernando Pessoa among others.
This monastery is considered UNESCO’s World Heritage.
Praça do Império, Belém, Lisboa
Individual Ticket: 7 €
Jerónimos Monastery + Belém Tower: 10 €
Monumental Lisbon (Hieronymites Monastery + Belém Tower + Ajuda National Palace): 13€
Free entrance: Sundays and holidays until 2pm (guided visits should be previously booked with IGESPAR); free for children until 14 years old.
October to April: from 10am to 5.30 (last entrance at 5pm)
May to September: from 10am to 6.30pm (last entrance at 6pm)
Closed: Mondays and on 1st January, Easter Sunday, 1st May and 25th December.
Bus: 28, 714, 727, 729, 751.
Train: Belém (Línea Cascais).
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