Lisbon Belem Tower Excursion Reviews

Lisbon Belem Tower cruise excursion
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The Belem Tower, or the "Tower of St. Vincent", is located at the western end of the Avenida de Brasilia, in the Belem district. It is a UNESCO World Heritage monument and an icon of Lisbon and Portugal. The tower was built between 1515 and 1521 to defend the entrance to the harbor of Lisbon and the Jeronimos Monastery.
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1 review
Aug 2016
enjoyed this area it was quieter
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Provider: Thomson Cruises
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1 review
Jul 2016
very enjoyable tourworthit
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Provider: Viking Ocean Cruises
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6 reviews
Jul 2016
very nice to see
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Provider: Viking River Cruises
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3 reviews
May 2016
A wonderful sunny day so picture-taking was the order of the day.
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Provider: Viking River Cruises
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1 review
May 2016
Belem Tower is on the ocean, where the explorers returned to after their voyages. You can pay extra to go inside.
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Provider: Oceania Cruises
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21 reviews
Oct 2015
3rd visit to this sight as it's included in most tours in the city.
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Provider: Viking River Cruises
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10 reviews
Apr 2013
Just a walk around
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