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We went to this park to pick up tour transport. There are public restrooms, but they were always open. There is an area to walk dogs. People jog there, and enjoy walking. There are trees and benches, and it's well located. Crime is very low,...More
Expansive park with many sights close to many popular hotels. I liked this park because there are so many things to see--you will find yourself just as amused after an hour and a half as you would after fifteen minutes. If you have a lot...More
Last morning of our holiday, so we walked from the Corinthia Hotel to the Parque Eduardo VII. Twenty minutes or so but worth it. Wander in the park to the north and certainly visit the cafe next to a circular small lake. Amazing prices and...More
The Parque Eduardo VII is Lisbon’s equivalent to the Tuileries, but with a broad view of the city down to the Tejo, given its prospect atop one of the cities many hills. There are numerous places to picnic or stop at a café or just...More
I visited this park one afternoon when I had some spare time during a business trip to Lisbon.
The park is very easy to find from the Marques de Pombal metro station, and there was even a woman selling lemonade from an old-style cart close...More
This is a lovely park with some sweeping views of the city and some nice looking greens.
However, it's not very comfortable strolling in it due to its geographical structure - going uphill, crooked roads and endless renovations.
Our last morning In Lisbon and we knew it woukd be very hot. Headed to this park near our hotel keeping under trees as far as possible, The colours of the flowering jacarandas were incredible. We enjoyed the view of the city from the top...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 ;