You can usually find the latest Hollywood releases playing around town. Films are generally shown in their original language with Portuguese subtitles. The exceptions are children’s cartoons, which are normally dubbed but often have at least one original-version screening.

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  • 1. Chapitô

    Alfama | Circuses

    A good way to break the language barrier is to see a show at this vibrant venue, where contemporary clowning, circus acts, and physical theater...Read More

  • 2. Medeia Monumental

    Saldanha | Film

    This cinema in the Monumental mall has four screens. Expect a mixture of art films, commerical releases, and classics. ...Read More

  • 3. Teatro Nacional de São Carlos

    Baixa | Theater

    Inaugurated in 1793, this grand neoclassical theater was inspired by classics from Naples and Milan. You have to see the main hall to appreciate...Read More

  • 4. Arte Periférica

    Belém | Art Galleries–Arts

    This gallery and arts store at the Centro Cultural de Belém is a good source of contemporary art, particularly by emerging young talent. ...Read More

  • 5. Cinemateca Portuguesa

    Avenida da Liberdade | Film

    With a beautiful Moorish-style atrium, the city's movie museum hosts exhibitions on film history and screens classics from all over the world...Read More

  • 6. Coliseu dos Recreios

    Restauradores | Arts Centers

    Constructed in 1890, this circular concert hall is a Lisbon cultural landmark. The great acoustics have made it one of the city's most important...Read More

  • 7. Culturgest

    Campo Pequeno | Arts Centers

    This convention center mounts a major concert and exhibition program, often of cutting-edge contemporary art. ...Read More

  • 8. Galeria Filomena Soares

    Alfama | Art Galleries–Arts

    Housed in a former warehouse not far from the Museu Nacional do Azulejo, this gallery is owned by, and bears the name of, one of Europe's leading...Read More

  • 9. Galeria Graça Brandão

    Bairro Alto | Art Galleries–Arts

    Founded in Porto, this gallery moved to Lisbon and took over an old printing house. It presents works by Portuguese and Brazilian artists. ...Read More

  • 10. MEO Arena

    Parque das Nações | Arts Centers

    The country's biggest indoor arena is the main venue for rock concerts. It also hosts large-scale classical concerts, dance performances, and...Read More

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  • 11. Movimento Arte Contemporânea

    Príncipe Real | Art Galleries–Arts

    Founded in 1993 with the aim of fostering cultural exchange between artists in Portugal and Portuguese-speaking countries such as Brazil, Angola...Read More

  • 12. Teatro Nacional Dona Maria II

    Rossío | Theater

    Dominating the northern side of the Rossio, this Palladian-style building finished in 1846 is one of the city's crowning glories. The six ionic...Read More

  • 13. UCI El Corte Inglés Lisboa

    São Sebastião | Film

    The latest in screen technology and extra-comfy seats are among the draws at this cinema underneath Lisbon's largest department store. Cheap...Read More

  • 14. Galeria Novo Século

    Bairro Alto | Art Galleries–Arts

    If you're looking for contemporary Portuguese art that has yet to catch the eye of critics or collectors, try this gallery. ...Read More

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