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Where is the Museum of Art and architecture in Lisbon?

Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology. Av. Brasília, Central Tejo. 1300-598 Lisboa. +351 210 028 130 / 02. maat@edp.pt. visitar.maat@edp.pt. press.maat@edp.pt.

What are the best things to do in Lisbon?

The curvy, white-tiled building (which resembles a wave rising towards the river) is one of Lisbon’s modern icons, and even if you don’t go inside to see the exhibitions, it’s worth a stop for the view from the top -- you may walk around, and even on top of, this waterfront landmark.

How to visit the Maat Cascais?

It opened to the public as a museum in 1990. The industrial architecture is immaculately preserved, and all of the original machinery can be seen on the way to the MAAT’s temporary exhibitions. Take the Cascais train from Cais do Sodré Station, which departs every 20 minutes.

Why visit Lisbon’s Maat?

This article will help you plan your visit to Lisbon’s Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT), or Museu de Arte Arquitetura e Tecnologia. A cross-cultural center operated by the EDP Foundation, the museum promotes art, architecture, and technology, focusing on the past, present, and future of energy.

Why visit the Tile Museum in Lisbon?

Tile art is found in all Mediterranean cultures, but only Lisbon has a museum completely devoted to it, as it was in Portugal that it achieved the greatest prominence. In addition to national productions, it has some extraordinary pieces from the Netherlands and Spain. See the Tile Museum Visitors Guide. There’s no other museum like it.

What is the Museum of Art Architecture and Technology?

This article will help you plan your visit to Lisbon’s Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT), or Museu de Arte Arquitetura e Tecnologia. A cross-cultural center operated by the EDP Foundation, the museum promotes art, architecture, and technology, focusing on the past, present, and future of energy. The museum opened in 2016.

Why choose a day trip to Cascais?

Cascais is a hassle-free day trip, which is suitable for all ages. There is a direct and inexpensive train connecting Lisbon to Cascais, and the train station is in the centre of the town. All of the main tourist attractions can be easily walked to, and as it is a buzzing resort town there are plenty of restaurants and cafes.

How to get from Lisbon to Cascais?

The train is the recommended means of travel from Lisbon to Cascais. The train departs Lisbon from the Cais do Sodré train station (green metro line) and the 40-minute journey to Cascais is very scenic as it follows the Estoril coastline. A train ticket costs €2.25/€1.15 (adult/child)

How to get from Cascais to Sintra?

- From Cascais, you can take the train to Lisbon (it’s a 40-minute journey, with several stops along the coast), and the bus to Sintra (number 403, which takes less than one hour, going through the countryside). See the guide to day trips from Cascais .

What is Cascais like to live in?

- Cascais is one of the richest towns in the Iberian Peninsula. It’s where Lisbon’s upper classes live, many of them in palatial mansions dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s. - Cascais was the first town in Portugal to have electricity, even before Lisbon. The first electric light was switched on in the citadel, in September of 1878.

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