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Surprisingly interesting. Built in India in 1843 and serving in the navy until burned in 1963. In 1990 the decision was made to restore this historic ship and put it on display. Well worth a visit, though access is quite difficult for people with any...More
Gostamos muito, está tudo muito interessante e bem recriado e renovado. Gostei muito e os preços são acessíveis. Voltarei
We liked it very much, everything is very interesting and well decorated and renovated. Enjoyed it and the prices are affordable. I'll come back
I was advised to get myself off to Cristo Rei by the receptionist at my hotel. He kept mentioning a ship and I got a bit confused. Jesus AND a ship?
I finally realised what he was talking about on my return from visiting Cristo...More
The ship is impressive, though I was disappointed that it's not afloat. Cheap, because it doesn't take long to look round. (Their merch was far from cheap. We didn't buy any.) We were particularly enamoured by the mannequins of the nautical men of yesteryear, who...More
Taking the ferry from Cais Sodre to Cacilhas was on my husband's 'to do' list. We used our VIa Viagem Zap cards to pay for the trip, so it was very cheap. The views looking back from the ferry to Lisbon were amazing giving a...More
Well worth the trip.......we arrived in Cacilhas with some time to spare before lunch and as we parked the car we saw the ship and decided to have a look. It was excellent, a group ticket was 15€ a family ticket 10€. There are 4...More
First of all: after reading the comments her I expected more. Second the figures are looking bad.
But once you have accepted that you can visit an exact copy of a ship. You can learn about the rebuild for the world exhibition. You can see...More