Caminho da Água
Jardim Garcia de Orta
Bristling with exotic foliage from Portugal’s former colonies, the Jardim Garcia de Orta is named after a 16th-century Portuguese...
Sporting an energy-efficient zinc roof, this UFO-shaped arena is Portugal’s largest, hosting big international acts from Moby to Madonna.
The freshest Portuguese produce lands on your plate at riverfront Atanvá – think thin and juicy steaks, creamy Azeitão sheep’s cheese...
Lonely Planet review
Portuguese muralist Rigo designed this splash-happy boardwalk. Watch blue mosaic volcanoes erupt spontaneously or relax on one of the wave-shaped benches. Forget taking a dip, though, as signs warn that bathing is forbidden. Well, there’s always the Tejo…