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Xabregas Palace

The largest Palace for events

The Oriental area of Lisboa was in ancient time’s place of large estates that belonged to the nobility. At this same area we will find one of the biggest traditional Palaces in Portugal. It was built at the end of 16th Century, by the renowned navigator, Tristão da Cunha, and it was one of the few buildings that has resisted to the 1755 earthquake. In the centuries that followed this period, the owners of this Palace have accomplished great achievements in the Portuguese history. In the XVIII Century, Pedro da
Cunha, has made important Works in the Palace, that transformed it in the building that is nowadays. The best artists of this period have done magnificent works with tiles, frescos and masonry. The building was classified as a National monument since 1987, and belongs to the same family for more than 500 years. Nowadays this magnificent palace hosts many types of venues, without losing its original role as a family house.



  • "One of the official residence of the Portuguese Royal family."