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Mafra intro. The town of Mafra is found just 30kms from the heart of Portugal's capital city of Lisbon. There are about 12,000 people living in the town, many of which work within the capital, making the town an important commuter settlement for Lisbon. There are several major tourist attractions nestled within the township, and as a result, tourists can find numerous Mafra hotels that are of high quality. The premier site within the town is the famous Mafra Palace, which is otherwise known as Palacio de Mafra. This palace is regarded as one of Europe's most amazing examples of Baroque architecture. In addition, the town boasts a popular wildlife reserve called Tapada Nacional de Mafra. While visiting the town, tourists should not miss trying the famous pao de Mafra, or Mafra bread, which can be found at many local bakeries. Getting from Lisbon to the township is often done by bus, with the journey taking less than 30 minutes.