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What to do with your children in Portugal

Puppet Museum, Lisbon

The collection of the Museum is one of the most important and complete collections of traditional Portuguese puppets. It includes a collection of Southeast Asian and African masks from collector Francisco Capelo, with exceptional quality examples of Oriental masks and puppets, from Java, Bali, Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand, India, Vietnam, China, and holds the nucleus of the most important European and Brazilian puppet families. 

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Beaches of Costa de Caparica, Caparica

Nothing is more fun for children than playing barefoot on the sand at the water's edge and making magnificent sand castles. For fans of fish and seafood, the account is there, it's a treat for the taste buds of adults and children.

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Science Museum, Nations Park

The Science Museum located on the right bank of the Tagus, in the Parque des Nations, in Lisbon, has several educational activities to thrill your children, among others, science discoveries and various areas of games and skills.

Classe de sciences

Planetarium, Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon

The planetarium has an observatory with 32 projectors of more than 9000 stars, as well as the Milky Way, star clusters and nebulae, constellation figures and auxiliary teaching lines, providing the means to make the even more fascinating astronomy in Portugal. 

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Downtown Cascais, Cascais

This magnificent city at the edge of the water will offer you a tender and gentle stroll with your children, having a small sandy beach with magnificent fishing boats.

In the city center, a little carousel ride will be in order to make your little sailors dream.

A little further, the equestrian center of Quinta da Marinha offers pony and horse riding. 

Famille à la plage

Monsanto Flower Park, Lisbon

Monsanto is known to be the lung of Lisbon, with these green spaces, long walks and walks await you. You will be surprised by magnificent views. Several parks for children are there, therefore Serafina Park.

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