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Parque das Nacoes, Lisbon

Categories: Neighborhoods, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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A contemporary, multipurpose space, Parque das Nacoes was the site of Expo 98. Before 1998, when the area was home to the World Exposition, it was an industrial zone that was not used for recreational, residential, or commercial purposes. The parish was rejuvenated after the event and is still referred to as Expo by many locals. Today you can walk along the area's promenade past several fountains and the park's waterfall. Tour the Lisbon Oceanarium, explore the Vasco da Gama shopping mall, or go to a show at the Atlantic Pavilion concert hall. The parish is also home to a large marina that has a pier for cruises, pontoon for events, and places to watch birds. Put Parque das Nacoes into our Lisbon family vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • There is a big mall in there (Vasco Da Gama) A vast walk path, just at the Tagus river: magnificent view, clean air. Lots of restaurants and museums. Telepherique is available (I didn't try it though) 
  • Good for outdoor activities. Hiking, cycling, or just go enjoy the river and the sense of freedom! Have terraces where we can drink a soda or a café or simply sit on a bench by the river reading a book! Great to go with kids! Beautiful park in the city of Lisbon! In the background near the Vasco da Gama bridge when the tide is empty we can see flamingos! Absolutely gorgeous!!!
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  • Futuristic effect very nice done by an architect of the best you will be sure to visit it because it is located in the central station
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