King Joao I founded this Dominican monastery after winning a major battle. The splendid edifice was constructed over two centuries in the Gothic and Manueline styles.
Convento de Cristo
A World Heritage Site, this fortified monastery offers some fascinating Templar history and the astounding stone carvings characteristic of Manueline architecture.
Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima
The Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima is one of most famous Marian shrines in the world. Some 4 million people visit each year, drawn by visions of the Virgin Mary reported by shepherd children in 1917.
Lisbon's cathedral was built in the 12th century on the site of a former mosque. Resembling a fortress on the outside, it has some interesting treasures on the inside.
Templo de Diana (Roman Temple)
Located in the city center, this 1st-century Roman temple with delicate Corinthian columns remains remarkably intact.
Bom Jesú S Do Monte
This hilltop sanctuary is an important Catholic pilgrimage site that also offers interesting architecture and fantastic views.
Anta Grande do Zambujeiro
This prehistoric dolmen dates from c.4000-3500 BC. It is the largest dolmen in Europe.
Santarem Eucharistic Miracle
This Catholic shrine is home to a miraculous 13th-century bleeding host. It is a popular side trip for pilgrims to Fatima.