Built on the site on a mosque in 1150 by the Crusaders, this place is one of the biggest icons in Lisbon. While the medieval outside may look imposing, the inside is very Romanesque with a beautiful rose tinted window. There is a treasury that houses religious jewels and apparently the burial place of Lisbon’s patron saint, St Vincent. The Gothic cloister has items from archaeological excavations which include 6th century stonework and the original Islamic foundations. Entry to both treasury and cloister costs €2.50.
Tel: + 218 866 752
Address: Largo de Se
Opening Times: 9am-7pm Tues-Sat, 9am-5pm Mon & Sun
Admission Prices: free