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Lisboa Story Centre

Lisboa Story Centre

From
AU$15 Per Person
 
  • Tour Type
    Passes/TicketsPasses/Tickets
  • Theme
    Passes
  • Tour Code
    LMC-18-2302
From
AU$15 Per Person
 
  • Tour Type
    Passes/TicketsPasses/Tickets
  • Theme
    Passes
  • Tour Code
    LMC-18-2302
Description 

Summary

The Lisboa Story Centre is an interactive tour for all who visit the Portuguese capital. It gives them a trip back in time to learn and discover the story of Lisbon, since its foundation until present day.

Itinerary

Located in the Terreiro do Paço, this interactive equipment that tells us, from past to present, the major city events. 

Built on the hills bathed by the river Tejo, and with eyes fixed on the Atlantic Ocean,
Lisbon is a fascinating mosaic of memories, stories and influences that still dot the urban landscape of this unique city
The various episodes that make up its history and some of its protagonists are now presented in Lisbon Story Centre,
where all who visit the Portuguese capital are invited to make a journey through time and discover the memories of Lisbon,
from its founding to the present day. Located in the Terreiro do Paço, this equipment and interactive technology-based account, from past to present, the major city events.

In a playful and interactive, while respecting the historical accuracy, that a city with the past of Lisbon requires and deserves, this interpretation center provides the visitor through the system audio guide, 60 minutes of a journey in time and space, presenting reports and dramatic scenarios faithful at the time. The route of the visit is organized into six core elements: Lisbon: Myths and Realities, which covers the Rio, the Earth, the sea, the sky, mythological beginnings, settlers and conquerors and the City Walls. Here is the core Lisbon: Global City, which features the Cosmopolitan City, the Warehouse of the World.

Beyond The Horizon, Flying Priest, Magnificent City, Death and Politics and the Church. In the section on November 1, 1755, the day of All Saints is tackled Earthquake and ruined city, going to the core of the Vision of Pombal, who presents the Modern City Planning in post-earthquake reconstruction and the City . And finally, the core Palace Square, which is addressed in the Square: Politics and Recreation.

The 1755 earthquake is shown in a theater immersive experience that no one will forget. The visit may be complemented with rising to the 1st floor where the audience can interact with a model representative of the interactive center of Lisbon, which will allow a spatial events previously chosen in the place where it occurred.

RUA AUGUSTA ARCH:

One of the most popular attractions in Lisbon,
Rua Augusta Arch is one of the main tourist attractions in Lisbon city.
It was built to commemorate the reconstruction of city after major 1755’s Earthquake.
Actually the construction of this stone arch started in 1755. But completed only in 1875, after a century long delay.
This arch has six columns, each one is designed with statues of historical figures.
From the top of the arch visitors will get great panoramic view of the city.

The arch is situated in a pedestrian area, with cafes, shops and restaurants.

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