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St. Anthony's in Lisbon, and Corpus Christi in Porto

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So thanks to another Fodorite (bless you) I just learned that we will be in Lisbon on the Feast of St. Anthony and in Porto on Corpus Christi. Since these aren't big deals over here it hadn't occurred to me that they might be there - hmmm, cultural awareness.

so suggestions - will attractions likely be closed on those days? and re St. Anthony - I've never been much for crowds or Mardi Gras type celebrations. How rowdy does it get and how would you suggest we enjoy it best in the "when in Lisbon..." approach to things (I assume leave wallets in hotel rooms as I'm imagining it's a pick pocket's paradise). We are staying on Rua de Janelas Verdes near the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga.

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