Palácio dos Marqueses da Fronteira, Lisbon
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  • This is a bit tricky to get to, but I was able to walk in about 20 minutes from Zoo Metro stop along highway across pedestrian overpass bridge. It is only open from 10:30-1pm and tours of the interior...  more »
  • The Palace is guided and in our case we had the bad luck that our guide would be pink, a real horror, impolite, arrogant, disrespectful, abusive, provocative, disturbed and could follow up to eternity. What little we saw of the Palace, to the umpteenth lack of respect we went and it's a shame since the site is beautiful, but if you get as us mad, what promised to be an experience and a fantastic day turns into something terrifying.
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  • Fronteira Palace (Palácio Fronteira) is a bit away from the city of Lisbon, and that's probably what explains that there is relatively little visited. Yet the visit (guided, mandatory-pay attention to the times online) is very interesting for lovers of the eighteenth century and lovers of beautiful gardens (and tiles). Our guide was the visit in English and french, and mastered perfectly these 2 nappies. Largely worth a look, especially since the little excursion is not very long. Take a taxi (not expensive) or go by metro to the Zoo station. Then 15' feet, but without signs: plan to raise the level before taking the subway.
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  • I have been to many Palaces in Portugal This one is very unique because of two reasons First , it is private. With that , the owner has not done any renovations from the 18th century on the parts open to public and therefore you can see what is left from that time Second, the tiles.
  • Went to a wedding there, impressive location! Marvelous, a true historic gem
  • Impressive palace. Really off the beaten path!
  • The Palace looks great and its historical details are well preserved. The library has books dating back to the XVIII th century. The interpretation service is very good.
  • Nice place