You can usually find the latest Hollywood releases playing around town. Films are generally shown in their original language with Portuguese subtitles. The exceptions are children’s cartoons, which are normally dubbed but often have at least one original-version screening.

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  • 1. Coliseu dos Recreios

    Restauradores | Arts Centers

    Constructed in 1890, this circular concert hall is a Lisbon cultural landmark. The great acoustics have made it one of the city's most important...Read More

  • 2. Culturgest

    Campo Pequeno | Arts Centers

    This convention center mounts a major concert and exhibition program, often of cutting-edge contemporary art. ...Read More

  • 3. MEO Arena

    Parque das Nações | Arts Centers

    The country's biggest indoor arena is the main venue for rock concerts. It also hosts large-scale classical concerts, dance performances, and...Read More

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  • 4. Movimento Arte Contemporânea

    Príncipe Real | Art Galleries–Arts

    Founded in 1993 with the aim of fostering cultural exchange between artists in Portugal and Portuguese-speaking countries such as Brazil, Angola...Read More

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