One of the city's biggest parks and home to numerous events, it also offers one of Lisbon's best views.
Edward VII park The park occupies an area of 26 hectares Great view from the top down to the centre of Lisbon. (2,1 km from Vila Queiros)
“São Jorge Castle is located in the parish of Santa Maria Maior, in the city and municipality of Lisbon, in Portugal. The first fortresses of the castle date from the 1st century BC, having been rebuilt several times by various peoples and given different names.”
“It was one of the first of Lisbon's shopping centres and it opened in 1985. It remains a locals favourite. The Amoreiras is located in a noble and central area of the city and has more than two hundred stores, spread over two floors in different areas: fashion, beauty, jewellery, communication and information services. It also has a cinema and a restaurant area with a wide variety of restaurants, as well as a viewpoint on top, which opened in 2016.”
Point of Interest
“This is an incredible spot and it becomes even more incredible during New Years Eve celebrations with spectacular fire work show at midnight.”
“Shopping, beautiful and historical street, where you will find all your upper-end stores. Great for a stroll as well. ”
“The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum is part of the set comprising the headquarters building and park of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon). The design of the building is by the architects Alberto Pessoa, Pedro Cid and Ruy de Athouguia. Its collection consists of approximately six thousand pieces of ancient and modern art, of which only one thousand and thirty are exposed to the public.”