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Not usually a Church/Relic fan, and although disappointed that so much of the added architecture is relatively new (late 1800's) it is still well worth a visit....be warned one loo for several hundred people, which is typical of many Portuguese tourist sites!
buy tickets in the internet. Nice PAstel in Pastelaria the Belem and you must try it, but IMHO better are in Pastry Santo António R. Milagre de Santo António 10, 1100-351 Lisboa, Portugalia near st Jorge castle
We were there at the end of the day. The line to get in was quite short at that time. Still had time to see the parts of the monastery that were not closed for renovations or refurbishments. The size of the Monastery allows the crowds to be dispersed so you can take plenty of shots without strangers in them. Easy to visit the monastery and Belem Tower in the same day.
The monastery and the Church are really impressive. The Church can be visited for free. Even though the inside of the monastery (you can only see the cloister and a couple of other rooms) is really beautiful I don't think it was Worth waiting over an hour and spending quite a bit of money for what in the end was a 15 min. visit.
Waw i love it. You must der IT. Yes there are every day a long Rank od turists. But on the other side IS a small park. Go there and find Lila Office with name ticket and buy ticket there. Then you have vip priority and spand time for exploring the monastery not for waiting.
The interior of the church is absolutely amazing; includes the tomb of Vasco da Gama; the cloisters are wonderfully carved. At the far end of the monastery is the Maritime Museum - also worth spending some time there