All year long
The Sé Catedral de Lisboa is one of the city's most beautiful landmarks. It is one of the oldest monuments in Lisbon and has survived the earthquakes that have ravaged the city.
It is also the symbol of the Christian reconquest when the city was taken over by the Moors in 1147. Romanesque in style, the cathedral has undergone major changes, with the addition of Gothic structures between the thirteenth and fourteenth century and Baroque decorations added between the seventeenth and eighteenth century.