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Parque Eduardo VII, Lisbon
(4.2/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
Offering views of Lisbon and its river, Parque Eduardo VII occupies a sprawling area near the center of the city. Named in honor of the British sovereign who visited the city in the early years of the 20th century, the park spans more than 26 hectares (64 acres). A meticulously landscaped oasis of green lawns and box hedges, this park serves as both a recreational area and the site of regular art shows, concerts, and book fairs. The park's two greenhouses contain a vast collection of exotic plants, including several varieties of palms and cacti. Opposite the greenhouses you can visit a sports pavilion named in honor of athlete Carolos Lopes, the winner of the country's first Olympic gold medal. Add Parque Eduardo VII and other attractions to your Lisbon trip itinerary using our Lisbon travel itinerary planner.
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  • Is a reference of the city, with a beautiful view of the Tagus River by the famous Av. of freedom. It is advisable to start at the top of the Park (with a reference) and walk around, all the way down as far as you want, see renowned shops, but the most important is the downtown Lisbon.
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  • The Park provides a lovely view of the Praça Marquês de Pombal to the Tagus River. It's a very extensive and well taken care of, it's worth the visit.
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  • If your business is not the El Corte Ingles, go to the parque Eduardo VII, which is near. Has a beautiful lawn for kids run, which includes a maze of grass. Has several sculptures throughout the Park.
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  • Nice place for a walk (or run) starting from Praca dos Restauradores. The grass is very expansive and the view is amazing.
  • We walked from this point to the Plaza de Commercio. That day was a book fair held at Parque Eduardo. Pity they were not selling any English books. The view from there was spectacular and the parc was fabulous.
  • Long strolls, nothing to do. If you want to sunbath, that's OK. Steep. Lisboa's a city not for the fit, but for those who have their knees (!!!) OK. See, I started too late on Yoga. As a instructor myself, I assure it's a tough city "for the knees". Think trice when decide to come.
  • Beautiful view of Lisbon with a nice green garden to relax!
  • Great view of Parque Eduardo VII, Marqês de Pombal and downtown Lisbon. You can probably get a better view on top of some hotels, though.