Jardim Botânico d'Ajuda
It has several green spaces and infrastructures open to the public, including a botanical reserve recognized internationally for its unique forest of old olive trees.
The Botanical Garden, the oldest in Portugal. Here you can discover a 400 year old tree, and you can enjoy a magnificent view against the backdrop of the Tagus River, the 25 de Abril Bridge and the Cristo Rei.
“A quiet park with a lot of interesting tropical species. Good for hot summer days.”
“Arquitetura dos anos 60,coleção interessante,possibilidade de vsitar as reservas”
“Daily sessions to get to know all about the sky, the stars and the constellations”
“O Palácio Nacional da Ajuda , a national monument since 1910, is not only the former royal dwelling and decorative arts museum, it is also the seat of other Portuguese institutions linked to culture and stage of protocol ceremonies.”