Parque Eduardo VII
This outfit runs open-topped double-decker bus tours that travel several routes in Lisbon, heading toward Castelo, Oriente, Belém or...
An urban oasis with British roots, Parque Eduardo VII is named after his highness Edward VII, who visited Lisbon in 1903. The sloping...
Centro de Informação e Documentação
Centro de Informação e Documentação runs accredited courses in Portuguese, which start at €26.50 for individual and €13 for group...
When the sun’s out, kick back on the lakefront terrace of this glass-walled cafe. It’s an ideal coffee pit stop with greenery and a...
Michelin-starred Eleven lives up to the hype. Perched above Parque Eduardo VII, this aesthetically stunning restaurant is a fusion of...
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Parque Eduardo VII information
An urban oasis with British roots, Parque Eduardo VII is named after his highness Edward VII, who visited Lisbon in 1903. The sloping parterre affords sweeping views over the whizzing traffic of Praça Marquês de Pombal to the river. The estufas are a highlight, with lush foliage and tinkling fountains.
Look out for tree ferns and camellias in the estufa fría (cool greenhouse) and coffee and mango trees in the estufa quente (hot greenhouse).