History of Portugal
Portugal is located west of the Iberian Peninsula, the Atlantic Ocean. History teaches us that, in the northern region of Portugal and Spain last year, ill-defined, so they have the same cultural aspects, but not so long, especially after the rise of culture Castrén. Enriched our culture is characterized by round huts before the Romans conquered the place to share in Spain and Portugal.
History aside, if you visit Portugal, to be filled after the sports events of fun and entertainment to complement the historic sites to make your vacation a memorable and unique to give. Up the beautiful hills of the afternoon and the bar to go down the lane paved lively at night. Legendary cafés and art nouveau shops. World Heritage monuments and museums, special treasures. Fairy tale castles and beaches nearby. The long and insatiable appetite for dinner for the nightlife. First, before venturing to the edge of Portugal, in Lisbon, the capital, there are many things to do and places to visit.
The first museum is the Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporanea Museu do Chiado, Lisbon, and is located in the center, where French and Portuguese art is displayed. The museum is open 14:00 to 6:00 seven days a week, except Mondays when it opens at 10 am and closes at 6 hours.
Museum of Science at the Ecole Polytechnique old Lisbon, where you can learn about all the sciences, with a theme interactive chemistry, mathematics and applied physics. Science Museum is open from 10:00-1:00 and cell Friday afternoon from 2 to 17.30 except Sundays.
The Museu do Carmo is the place to learn about the archeology and other historical period. The museum is located in the ruins of the monastery.
Another museum worthy of Portugal, the National Museum of Ancient Art, which is strategically located near the Tagus River Palace order to Alvor. This museum exhibits works of art in Portuguese sculptor, painter and all the works of ancient art during the Portuguese colonial rule. The museum is open from 10:00 to 18:00 Wednesday to Sunday, while on Tuesday the opening of two eighteen. more…