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Architecture and history. Such an amazing place. A must see.
Nice walk and view
Enjoy the history and view...
The view is wonderful
you can go around 5pm to see the most beautiful sunset, breathless view
Windy but pretty and on the top you have a great view of the river. Can't see anything from the city.
Great view on the Tejo river and Atlantic Ocean — especially during the sunset. Very romantic, so don’t come here just on your own. :)
A must see when in Lisbon. Try to catch a concert.
Pretty place but long queue even with a lisbon card. Strange system inside of lights indicating whether you can go up/down steps that not everyone understood...
Must go Portugal tourist historical spot
A wonderful old building, fantastic architecture. Good views across the water and the area around it is scenic. Doesn't get ruined by the tourist presence.
Pleasant views - numerous tourists and little shade.
U should at least see it from outside It was really nice
Beautiful building, but 6 euros for the ticket is a bit overpriced, not much to see inside.
Like someone crossed a pirate ship with a castle. My inner buccaneer just wept for joy.
Disappointing. The view is good but not significantly better to the one on the ground. The is very little info, so you won't learn much. You have to queue alot, 5 different times no less.
Getting here by bike on a sunny day is really great, spectacular view and a taste of summer.
Beautiful place to visit. But people don't use properly the "traffic lights" so it can get a bit messy.
Watch out for high tide, waves are unforgiving!
Worth buying a ticket and climbing to the top.
Great place to hand around, can be a long line to get in.
Nice views of the Tagus river and a cool building to visit. It takes about 40 minutes to visit. Free entrance at the first Sunday of each month.
A historic monument offering beautiful views of Lisbon and the river
Rent a speedboat and take a photo from the river!
Great view from the tower. Plenty to do in this area. Look to the left on the river and see the bridge. (much like the Golden Gate.)
even though the first Sunday of the month is free admission, it is not worth the line up! especially to line up to get in, then to go up a one way spiraling staircase, only to get back down again.
Great view, nice tower. Wait at the stairs unless it's green!
Beautiful piece of history. Lots of tourists. Be strong.
Fascinating view! Must see in Lisbon
You can enjoy a magnificent view from the top of the tower.
Cool little tower/castle on the water
If you have a ticket already from the Geronimo Monastery, try entering via the "exit" line to save time.
Must see beautiful and great view
Don't forget to try the traditional 'pastel de nata'
Obey the traffic light system on the stairs otherwise you'll cause congestion on a very tight staircase
go on Sundays if u can! It's free from 10am to 14
Free visit on sundays between 10 and 2 pm!
Make sure you understand the instructions on how to go up and down the tower!
Don't waste time and money. It's very tight, crowded, and not so interesting. Go to the contemporary art museum that is across the road and a bit towards to the bridge.
Wow! Great view on the top
Warning - single staircase is narrow and fancy light/buzzer system to control flow of people is completely ignored by most tourists causing nightmare jams on stairs. Avoid of remotely claustrophobic!
Go in the end of afternoon. The sunset light will make the tower even more beautiful.
Not worth the 5 euros to go up.
Shaped like a ship docking itself on the harbor - take a walk along the shoreline and enjoy the view.
Don't be late! The frosty woman at the door is very strict with last entry (30mins before closing time) even if you've already bought a ticket elsewhere in advance
Defensive tower built in the Manueline style in 1520 by F. de Arruda, originally on an island. One of Lisbon's defining landmarks. See it early morning or late afternoon. Explore the dungeon gallery.
Also known as the Tower of St. Vincent, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the city's finest examples of the Manueline style. Here, you'll learn a lot about the country's nautical achievements.