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Things to do in Lisbon: protected areas and wildlife reserves

Parks and gardens

1 Parque das Nações
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Rank: 10 About 133

It is the ideal place for a relaxing stroll. The Jardim da agua, water works and propped from the Jardim das Ondas with a kind of long central pool, which mimics the waves of the sea. And that's where the building that houses the Oceanarium of Lisbon...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Passeio Neptuno

2 Monsanto
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Rank: 22 About 133

Considered the green heart of the city, this park extends beyond the boundaries of the town. It is ideal for outdoor sports along marked trails, often with areas dedicated to the refreshment bars, green spaces, restaurants and games for children.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Monsanto

3 Parque Eduardo 7
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Rank: 34 About 133

Lisbon’s Parque Eduardo 7 (King Edward 7th Park) may be the largest park in the city (there is some dispute on the matter).  One thing is for certain, that this is a large, strange and impressive place.  Named in...

Reviewed by: Allessandra

Parque de Bela Vista
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Rank: 43 About 133

The Bela Vista Park is one of the largest open spaces in Lisbon, and impressive 85,000 square metres. “Bela Vista” or “Beautiful View” in English is descriptive as this is a great place to pass the time when...

Reviewed by: Allessandra

4 Jardim Botanico da Universidade
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Rank: 46 About 133

Lisbon, Portugal, is not the largest or most oppressive of modern cities but in the middle of the sweltering summer heat it can be a delightful relief to find in the midst of all this rush and everyday life and oasis of natural...

Reviewed by: Johannes
Address: Rua da Escola Politécnica 58

5 Parque Florestal de Monsanto
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Rank: 53 About 133

The Parque Florestal de Monsanto or in English: Monsanto Forest Park, is officially the largest green area in Lisbon.  It is made up of publicly protected forest land of almost 10 square kilometers.  In...

Reviewed by: Allessandra

6 Jardim da Estrela
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Rank: 56 About 133

The Jardim da Estrela is one of the most important, most beautiful and historic green spaces in Lisbon, Portugal’s frequently congested and always lively capital city.  Construction work on the park...

Reviewed by: Allessandra
Address: Praça da Estrela, Lisbona

7 Principe Real
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Rank: 72 About 133

A centenary tree, in a central position to the extension of the park, has been pruned in years to make it take the typical umbrella shape. This makes it a perfect shelter on the sunny days.Exotic plants and colorful flowers complete the atmosphere...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Principe Real

8 Jardim Zoologico
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Rank: 78 About 133

Dare to be kissed by a sea lion and touch the skin of a snake. Do not miss the opportunity to participate in the feeding session and the pelicans. In the Zoo there are about 2000 animals of 360 different species.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Estrada de Benfica 158/160 1549-004

9 Jardim do Ultramar
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Rank: 104 About 133

Created in the early twentieth century as the center of Tropical Sciences Research Institute, is dedicated purely to the trees of rare tropical and subtropical regions, many of which are endangered. Among the most curious are the dragon trees and a...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Largo Jeronimos


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Paulo F.
Overall rating: 9
  It's a very good place to go lots of places to view and to eat. Near by lisbon you may see sintra and... Next  

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