The magnificent Neo-Classical 19th Century royal summer residence stands on the Ajuda hilltop North of Belém and is blessed with incredible views over the river below. The Ajuda National Palace remained the official residence of the Portuguese royal family during the final turbulent years of the monarchy until 1910. The space open to visitors spans two floors: the Ground Floor, where many private chambers are located, and the State Rooms, where gala receptions were held.
With this entrance ticket you can gain entry to the Adjuda Palace at your leisure. Book with confidence with FREE CANCELLATION Buy online before you arrive to avoid queues and have the convenience of the e-ticket on your phone…
• The price includes a single entrance to the venue. Tiqets covers the cost of payment processing and provides you with customer service seven days a week.
• It is strictly forbidden to eat and smoke inside the palace
Thursday – Tuesday: 10h00 – 17h00. Wednesday: CLOSED
Adult: €5.00, Consessionary: €2.50, Child 0-12: FREE
Largo da Ajuda 1349-021, Portugal.
38° 42' 27.5"N | 09° 11' 50.9"W | +351 213 637 095
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Musical events and private renditions between royal members and trusted courtesans took place in the music room. Luís I was a baritone who also played and composed music for the ‘cello. Maria Pia played the piano. From the Music Room onwards and running alongside the western facade, the Ground Floor was reserved for the private royal chambers.