Jardim Botânico da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon

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  • June 9, 2017
    Botanical Garden Principe real Park a little further. Not many tourists, quiet, is recommended. Walking around here and surprisingly fun.
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  • May 13, 2017
    These sound gardens closed for renovations and there are no dates for reopening indicated but view the surface it will last awhile so I think for 2017, it is nothing to get up there.
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  • May 9, 2017
    Very disappointing, garden planting is kept nothing and you have to pay €2 for this, go your way there are much better things to do in Lisbon.
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  • A bit abandonned, but marvelous anyway. Great to get lost reading and chating.
  • Super cheap... but super neglected as well. Seems like they employ only one horticulturist - in part time. Not what you would expect when you visit a botanic Garden. If you're interested in Botanic it is better to visit the "Estufa Fria" near Marques de Pombal.
  • I don't know why people keep giving bad ratings.. I went there In August. The entry fee was 2 euros (kew gardens in the UK is like over 15 pounds). Surely it wasn't the cleanest and most well kept place but the trees and plants were amazing and I liked that there weren't many people around. I prefer a quiet and relaxing experience when walking around in botanical gardens and I've really enjoyed my time there. It was totally worth 2 euros. A ride on public transport generally costs way more for a few minutes than these few hours spent in nature for such a small fee. (I'm saying all this to people who kept giving such low rating to this place because I don't understand their point) I'd definitely go back even just to spend some quite time away from the noise of the city!
  • Not what I expected. Disappointing, as written from a few people before. The best thing were the pastel de nata I brought with me.
  • It's closed for 6 months, as posted near the entrance. Only problem is, there's no start or end date, so it's closed and nobody knows when it's going to open again.. Lovely environment, so worth checking out

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