If you want to have a taste of modern Lisbon, you should visit this area. You can go there in the blue line. Modern and lots of examples of modern architecture.
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A large mall, boardwalk, and aquarium all in one. Easy access from the metro. Catch a movie, eat ice cream on the boardwalk, take a mini gondola ride. Parc area could use a little TLC. Fountains are murky and some areas seem to not be...More
We came across this sight and area while on the hop on hop off bus tour. This whole area was built for Lisbon's expo or games of some sort a few years back. This whole area was redeveloped and consists primarily of hotels and restaurants...More
I liked it, not only because it's size but also because it's a great architectural creation! My time here was because of the Feria Alimentaria & Horexpo Lisboa 2017,and it was great! I met nice people, great companies and products. The only thing that really...More
We were very dissapointed to see so many flags in shreds. Someone needs to pay attention and get this resolved. We plan to reach the US Embassy and let them know.
Nice waterfront area but with not much to offer. Nice restaurants. Nice walking area to feel the breeze from the river. Very small pretty gardens.
The Parque das Naçoes has multiple interests : the station, which is a very nice architechtural piece, the Centro Commercial Vasco de Gama -if you enjoy shopping centers- the aquarium, and nice walks on the Tage bank. Worth the visit.
On arrive we stayed in the Old Town area but prior to departure in this new and very modern area where the Expo was held in 1998. There is a beautiful promenade along the River Tagus which we enjoyed very much and I am sure...More