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Everyone who wants to understand the rural areas of Lisbon and Mafra should visit Jose Franco's exhibition. In the beginning, this was just the workplace for Mr. Franco and where he tried to see his handcrafted pottery to weekend drivers going to the beaches. Today,...More
A small aldeia (village) showing how people of Portugal lived years ago informative, educational and interesting. A traditional restaurant and taverna as well as displays of how people lived in the old days. Well worth a visit, free entry and things to buy at a...More
Lovely little Museum of Portuguese life entry is free just spend a few hours browsing. fantastic pottery shop at very good prices thier pottery workshop is on the other side of the road. You can buy fresh Paó com chouriço and a jug of wine...More
Jose Franco is a renowned Portuguese artist and this is a public open air exhibition / playground.
It’s free to enter so you shouldn’t compare it with something that has an entrance fee but if you think of it as a big playground with some...More
A nice short trip for young and adults alike. Reconstruction of an old village with exhibitions os shops, blacksmiths etc. There are playgrounds and walls you can walk on. There are snacks and breads for sale. This is free but a small donation is expected.
It's a special visit in ancient Portuguese villages, with antique houses constructed in granit stones, nice gardens with a hangar of wood, litle handcraft shops, it seems , here
times never passed and you feel you in an other century; charming villages, merit a detour.
A very curious display of an early XX century rural Portuguese village which will put into perspective how much and how quickly has our world changed. The pottery shop is likely to tempt you with a souvenir and you should not miss out on the...More