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Foz Palace (Palacio Foz)
Foz Palace (Palacio Foz)

Foz Palace (Palacio Foz)

Free admission
Praça dos Restauradores, Lisbon

The Basics

Foz Palace (Palacio Foz) interior is not regularly open to the public, but guided tours are offered every month. Most walking tours of Lisbon pass the palace and offer a chance to learn about its history. Visitors can join group tours, or opt for a private tour for a more personalized experience. The palace is also home to the Lisbon tourism center, which is open daily.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Foz Palace (Palacio Foz) is a must-visit for design and architecture enthusiasts.

  • Guests can make an appointment through the palace’s website for a private tour to explore its interiors.

  • The Hall of Mirrors and the basement, which was once a restaurant, are not to be missed.

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How to Get There

The palace is located on the edge of the Restauradores Square in Lisbon’s city center. Visitors can take the Azul line to the Restauradores metro stop as well as city buses 207, 732, and 736 to the nearby Rossio Square. The Linha Sintra line also makes a stop at the Rossio train station adjacent to the palace.

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When to Get There

The best time to visit Lisbon is during the spring and autumn months when the weather is pleasant and there are smaller crowds. Due to its central location, the palace is best avoided in the afternoon when it’s packed with visitors. During summer months, the palace offers classical music concerts in the public hall.

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The Interior of Palacio Foz

The exquisite interiors of the palace are reminiscent of the French style, and feature a Versailles-style Hall of Mirrors and a grand marble staircase. There’s also a Paintings Room filled with works by artists such as Frans Snyders and Van Dyck. The design of the rooms themselves are worth a visit, including a dining room with three massive chandeliers straight from Venice.

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