In the beginning of March we are going to visit Calouste Gulbenkian Museum. A museum created by a rich man from Armenia who lived in Portugal and decided to leave his fortune in the country.
Located in São Sebasttião, it is a museum with a wide range pieces of art.
The entrance is for free in that day.
After visiting the exhibition – I don’t know how big it its – we can go for a coffee in the surroundings.
We will meet just outside the metro station São Sebastião [blue and red line of the metro].
In the crossing between streets “António Augusto Aguiar” and “Marquês de Fronteira” there is a big orange ball (+- 3 meters high) – it seems that some time ago it was selling orange juice.
Join us in Calouste Gulbenkian Museum!