The Jardim da Estrela, later renamed Jardim Guerra Junqueiro, is a public garden located in the parish of Estrela, in Lisbon, with one of its entrances in front of the Basilica da Estrela. The Star Garden was built in the style of the English-inspired, romantic gardens.
Un beau parc en face d'une station du tram 28. existe depuis 1842 et a la grandeur de 4,6 hectares. Le parc d'Estrêla possède quatre entrées, trois bassins, un ravissant kiosque à musique en fer forgé et plusieurs cafés. En arpentant ses larges allées ombragées de grands arbres et ponctuées de…
"Perfect place to start the day in Lisbon. The Estrela park in itself is fantastic and this small restaurant/cafe Bela-Sombra is great for breakfast or lunch in a sunny day!"
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.
Estrela Garden One of the entrances to the Jardim da Estrela Location Largo da Estrela, Lisbon, Portugal Jardim da Estrela, later renamed Jardim Guerra Junqueiro, is a public garden located in the parish of Estrela, in Lisbon, with one of its entrances in front of the Estrela Basilica. The…
“One of Lisbon's most beautiful and emblematic churches. It's worth going up to the dome to check out the view.”
“The National Museum of Ancient Art is the most important art museum of the 12th to 19th centuries in Portugal, hosting the most relevant public collection of ancient art in the country.  Its collections - some 40,000 species - include painting, sculpture, drawing and European decorative arts, as well as collections of Asian (India, China, Japan) and African (Afro-Portuguese ivory) art representative of the relations between Europe and the East following the voyages of discovery - begun in the 15th century and of which Portugal was a pioneer nation.”
“The Botanical Garden of Ajuda is located in the parish of Ajuda, in the city of Lisbon. You are registered with BGCI and present conservation programs for the International Agenda for Conservation in the Botanical Gardens, your international identification code is LISI.”
Point of Interest
“A 16th-century monastery was turned into an imposing neoclassical palace that is now Portugal's parliament. It occasionally hosts art exhibitions, which may be seen in guided tours that include the palace's interior and the sculpture-filled garden in the back.”
“At Casa Fernando Pessoa, the writer’s home for the last fifteen years of his life, you can see Fernando Pessoa’s documents and private library, his furniture and personal objects, as well as works by artists who were influenced by him, through poetry or literature.”