Jardim Botânico da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon
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  • The huge park in the city centre, convenient location. But really launched, did not expect this. Although the idea of connecting two level alleys high Palm trees is interesting.
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  • Not that impressive an area. Has a lot of tropical trees but not any particular area offering any interesting landscaping. :Lack of maintenance. You could spend an hour strolling but would probably en...  more »
  • On our first day in Lisbon, we were excited to visit the Botanical Gardens and took the funicular from Restauradores up the tall hill and ventured around asking directions until we found the site. The...  more »
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  • The attendant at the door was unhelpful, he was reluctant to offer any change despite the fact they asked for an entrance fee! Although the collection was unkempt there was a good collection of species exhibited.
  • Very disappointed as my wife and I walked a mile up and down steep streets to find the garden closed for 6 months. Apparently it closed on October 3 for essential maintenance. Estufa fria in Lisbon is much better and open!
  • This botanical garden is a bit rustic or unkempt, but it is a very delightful way to spend a couple of hours in the heat of the summer. With a 2e entrance fee, and the extensive trails and exotic plants and trees, this is a fine way to stroll through a Lisbon park.
  • A little oasis of calm in the frantic city. Finding the entrance was a little tricky - a sign says entrance through the natural history museum - the staff in the museum send you down the street to another entrance..... The arboretum contains a good variety of plants considering the compactness of it. A smaller formal garden called 'The Class' had less to offer. Unfortunately the butterfly house was closed at the time of my visit and 'observatory' building was undergoing refurbishment.
  • I'm embarrassed! I'm from Lisbon and I hadn't visit this place in years. this could be such a beautiful place, it has such beautiful trees but it Looks so run down!! They charge u 2eur to get in but I honestly don't know what they do with that money. The rubbish bins were overflowing, the ponds and water canals with no water, the pathways were full of dead plants. I was shocked at how everything looked so shabby and sad. The lady at the shop must have a problem cause she can't smile and they give u a stupid map at the entrance which helps no one and is totally unnecessary. Keep the map and clean up the place!!!!