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A really lovely park. Great place for a stroll in January fresh air.
Used well by locals.
Really enjoyed walking down the main pass and the raised area with fountains etc.
Can imagine that it's a real sun trap in the summer
There are a few important landmarks in this park but it is not a lush green garden, merely lawns and hedges, lines of trees on both sides and plenty of pavements and some benches. Very open area, not much shade. We didn't notice a botanical...More
This is basically a 4-in-1 for me.
1. Actual park with a nice landscape architectural style.
2. Entrance for the Botanical Gardens (including the gorgeous Estufa fria, quente & doce greenhouses)
3. Beautiful view of the city from the upper side and the monument-tribute to...More
This beautiful park has it all: stunning views, sweeping promenades, fountains, formal & informal gardens and, on the day we visited, very few visitors.
Set at the top of Liberation Avenue, above the Pombal Square [which is round!] this park has a wide paved walkway...More
We walked through the park which commemorates the visit of Britain's King Edward VII to Lisbon and also contains a memorial for the visit of his Great-Grand-Daughter Queen Elizabeth II.
At the time of our visit it was home of Lisbon's Christmas Wonderland attraction which...More
It is a big park with a central green pasture and lines of trees on both sides. It is a bit of uphill walk going to the top where you got a view of the park with the city and waterfront on the backdrop.
The largest urban park in Lisbon, is in the extension of the Marquês de Pombal Square, at the end of Avenida da Liberdade. In the past this park was called "Liberty Park", but the name was changed to honour Edward VII of England. This is...More
You can walk from Rossio, I would suggest metro from Cais de Sodre - it's quite a lot further and for the cost of one ticket (1.40 euro + 50c for the card) a better use of time, unless you want to look at the river and the... More
You can walk from Rossio, I would suggest metro from Cais de Sodre - it's quite a lot further and for the cost of one ticket (1.40 euro + 50c for the card) a better use of time, unless you want to look at the river and the Praca Commercial on the way
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About an hour would be enough unless you like plants and want to visit the Estufa Fria ,the three greenhouses with exotic plants which are on the upper left side of the park if you enter from the top ; in this case,together... More
About an hour would be enough unless you like plants and want to visit the Estufa Fria ,the three greenhouses with exotic plants which are on the upper left side of the park if you enter from the top ; in this case,together with the walk down the park it may take maybe a little more than an hour; once you arrive to the big square at the end of the park ,you have in front of you the Avenida Liberdade,the glamour boulevard of Lisbon with lots shops of world famous brands and which in my opinion is a must to walk on ;