Observation Deck Park Eduardo VII
All of downtown Lisbon built between two hills can be seen from the top of this sloping park. With a view of the castle and the river, this is a picture-perfect spot.
Named after Britain's Edward VII who visited Lisbon in 1903 to reaffirm the Anglo-Portuguese alliance, this is the largest park in central Lisbon. Great view over Lisbon. Nearest Metro: Parque
Great for a walk and enjoy the view over Lisbon. During various times of the year you can find various activities.
Nearby, you have the gigantic Eduardo VII Park where you can lay down on the grass and enjoy the view over bustling Lisbon. The view of Lisbon from the top of the park is one of the coolest views in this area. Just walk all the way to the monumental flag - the biggest flag of Portugal, you'll know…
“Every world-class city has one—a shopping area who’s name alone is recognized for haute couture, high-end jeans and fine fragrances. Rodeo Drive. Fifth Avenue. Mayfair. Champs-Elysees. Ginza. Lisbon’s Avenida da Liberdade certainly deserves to join the list.”
“The newly opened food court on the 7th floor has some of Lisbon's best chefs -- the view is nicer and it's less busy than the Timeout Market (Mercado da Ribeira) and there is even our favourite ice cream place Nannarella!”
“A true paradise in the middle of the city, this is a great hangout spot for families. In the summer, it sometimes has live music.”
“Here among other things you can see Lisbon before the biggest earthquake in Portugal, (1955) that destroyed half of the city.”
“The Castelo de Sao Jorge stands majestically above Lisbon and is one of the finest tourist attractions in the city. The castle is entwined in Lisbon’s early history; it saw the fall of the Romans to the Visigoths, experienced the fierce conflicts between the Arabs and Christians, survived formidable sieges by the Castilians and witnessed the birth of Portugal as a seafaring nation. This varied and turbulent history is reflected throughout the castle. There are heavily fortified battlements, medieval royal quarters and seaward views, which inspired exploration within Portuguese kings.”