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Estufa Fria, Lisbon

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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  • Semiescondido beside the Parque Eduardo VII is a series of greenhouses containing mostly plants of tropical origin. A quiet and relaxed route where you can see hundreds of plants in different types of environments. On Sunday morning the entrance is free
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  • Beautiful greenhouse that keeps the Botanical Garden. Very well maintained space that invites to walk smoothly, with benches in the trails and slopes gently sloping rock. The ponds, with carp, fish cats and turtles punctuate the walk. Species of tropical trees, in two adjacent greenhouses, a cold, the other hot. Suitable for all ages in all seasons. Free until 14: 00 on Sunday, in the Eduard 7 Park.
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  • The botanical gardens are convenient to rest when you get tired walking the streets. It's free admission on Sunday morning. Being free range ducks and very cute.
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  • A nice place to see some interesting and also beautiful flora. There many small lakes, some with a piece of art and some with fish. If you are lucky as I was you might even get some ducks crossing your path. They won't mind you, and if you try to pet them they will just walk away. They are not looking for intimacy, just minding their own business. xD Free on Sunday mornings. Schedule changes depending on the season.
  • Quiet space, really perfect for a hot afternoon away from the scores of tourists. Amazing plants, curious paths and a treat that feels completely private and like your own adventure. Thoroughly reccomend. Cheap and hidden, we saw maybe two other people whilst we were there.
  • A small "hidden gem" that is easy to miss if you are not looking for it. Great botanical garden. A fresh place to visit on a hot day.
  • Good range plants and very well laid out. Take a camera capable of reasonable performance in challenging light. The main section isn't actually under glass but has a bamboo roof. This is obviously sufficient because it's retaining enough heat to grow bananas. However if it is raining outside then it will be raining inside. Some of the paths inside may prove challenging for anyone with mobility issues or a fear of heights.
  • Beautiful undercover garden - only 3.50 euros to get in - nice on a hot day.
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