Lisbon, Portugal: One of the World's Greatest Cruise Ports

The port of Lisbon plays host to more than 250,000 cruise passengers a year and with good reason!!!!

There are so many things for cruise passengers to see and do in Lisbon once you're on dry land.

Given the fact that the port is located on the Tagus estuary in downtown Lisbon, the activites are almost endless. Be sure to also check out the Lisbon Oceanarium, the Jeronimos Monastery and the Maritime Museum.

Of course, there are always excursions to take so make time to check out some of the most popular ones, such as a visit to Fatima in the Calley of Cova da Iria, which is the site of the Virgin Mary's alleged appearance in 1917. Or you can relax on the sunny coast of Estoril and discover why this spot was the inspiration for the movie, "Casino Royale."

There is an abundance of things to do and see in the Port of Lisbon, so don't think - just pack!

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