Built on the site of a former mosque just after Lisbon was reconquered in 1147, the Sé cathedral has undergone various architectural modifications in response to changing times and several earthquakes. A resulting blend of genres can be seen, from the Romanesque style facades to the Gothic inspired cloister and ambulatory (containing the tombs of the king Dom Afonso IV and the queen Dona Beatriz, amongst others), not to mention the Baroque-style sacristy and the cathedral treasury.
All year long :
Every day, from 09:00 to 19:00
Entry fee to visit the cloister: 2,50€ (open 10am to 6pm in summer and 10am to 5pm in winter)