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Vasco da Gama Tower, Lisbon

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Check into one of Lisbon's grand city center hotels to position yourself well to explore the central historical districts on foot. To avoid the potentially high prices of some of the Old Town's central upscale hotels, try staying in a hostel instead. While some hostels have an upper age limit for their guests, they're affordable and oftentimes offer access to attractions on par with or better than bigger hotels. In the upper town, opt for one of the family-run bed and breakfasts, which provide affordable rooms and, as the name would suggest, include a meal as well.
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  • Our hotel was amazing Myriad, which is adjacent to this 120m Tower, which was built for the 1998 World Expo. This Parque das Nacoes area is about 10-12km(6-7 miles) away from City Center, but definite...  more »
  • The Vasco Da game tower is well worth visiting when in the new part of Lisbon. Access it from the cable car for the best view  more »
  • The tower was built in 1998 for the Expo 98 exhibition to celebrate the great Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama. It is 145 meters high steel structure, designed by Leonor Janeiro and Nick Jacobs, in a...  more »
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  • It has a beautiful view and you can take care fantastic pictures But the tower is an hotel and you can't go there freely.
  • A beautiful river at bottom
  • The area was beautiful however since the tower is now a hotel only the people staying at that hotel can view the top of the tower.
  • Vasci da Gama Tower was my favorite part of my trip to Lisbon. There are great places to eat. I took 70% of my pictures there and walked and took in the great sites
  • It's closed. The hotel is using it for booked events. No public access.