Parque das Nações, Lisbon, Portugal

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Lisbon, 1990 Portugal

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  • 2 mentions in Must sees or dos in Lisbon?

    • Caterina P.

      Caterina P. said, "...;-) it is just S P E L L B I N D I N G. Visit Oriente with its beautiful Parque das Nações, Calatrava's Railway Station & Bridge and the Oceanário de Lisboa; you might also enjoy walking by the River..." See More

    • claus a.

      claus a. said, "...I would also like to recommend the area called Belém which is full of interesting historical sights. For some new architecture Parque das Nações is really good. This was the place where the EXPO 98 was held. One of the best art museums..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Bus or train from Lisbon to Porto?

    • claus a.

      claus a. said, "...Be ware that there are several train stations in Lisbon that serves different destinations. The station called Metro Oriente at the Parque das Nações serves aæll the fast trains going between Lisbon and Porto. And look forward to the camino walk mate. I..." See More

    • Rui M.

      Rui M. said, "...train station Metro Oriente is itself an architecture work of art and deserves a look. It's situated in an area called Parque das Nações which is where the World Expo 98 was held. So the area is very new and has lots of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Visiting Lisbon soon, any suggestions would be great!

    • Jussan S.

      Jussan S. said, "...Portas do Sol and Castelo de São Jorge. (Is a long way, but easily done) Another day you can visit the Parque das Nações and the monuments around as the cable car, the Oceanário de Lisboa and the Parques Tejo, where you can..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to stay (cheap and nice neighborghood)

    • Bernardo V.

      Bernardo V. said, "...I'm from Lisbon so maybe I can help you :) It might be hard to find a place that cheap near Parque das Nações. For that price you can get a room with all other expenses included. That's probably the best you..." See More

  • 1 mention in New Years Eve in Lisbon, what is fun to do?

    • Hugo P.

      Hugo P. said, "...fireworks and concerts in Terreiro do Paço. There you can eat and drink as well. Other options, that are equally good: Parque das Nações and Torre de Belém. Enjoy your staying :)..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best free things to do in Lisbon?

    • Jodi E.

      Jodi E. said, "...metro/train or boat and at very reasonable rates. For a trip outside the city with a picnic basket in tow, try Parque das Nações, site of the Expo98. Food! I can't not mention food :) The below are not expensive, and are..." See More

  • 1 mention in Last minute trip

    • Goofie V.

      Goofie V. said, "...specific favourite restaurant, but you have to try the grilled sardines. Typical for Portugal. Simple, cheap and tasty. Then there's the Parque das Nações, where the Expo 98 was built. It's transformed to a commercial neighbourhood with shopping malls, the Oceanário de..." See More

  • 1 mention in How can I best see the city!?

    • João S.

      João S. said, " (maybe lunch). Bairro Alto : from downtown "climb" to Bairro Alto through Chiado during the evening/night (maybe dinner and/or drinks). Parque das Nações (optional) Take the subway, Red Line to Oriente. Take a walk by the river both in south and north..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do in Lisbon with Kids?

    • Filipe C.

      Filipe C. said, "...Greetings! You should visit the Zoological Garden - "Jardim Zoológico", and the Parque das Nações Expo Center...." See More

  • 1 mention in Connection in Lisbon for 6 hours - best place to visit?

    • claus a.

      claus a. said, "...I would go to Parque das Nações if I was you. This is the site that had the EXPO 98 and has today become a very nice part of the city with lot's of modern architecture and good cafes and restaurants. And it's..." See More

  • 1 mention in Portugal itinerary help and must see places?

    • claus a.

      claus a. said, "...old part of the city called Bairro Alto and Alfama are also very interesting and if you like modern architecture then Parque das Nações is worth a visit. in Coimbra you should not miss out on the University of Coimbra which is very..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must do/visit/eat during 3 day visit

    • Marta M.

      Marta M. said, " can enjoy the wonderful esplanadas in many restaurants and cafes, and our beautifull river line. From the oriental part ( Parque das Nações) to the west ( Algés ) you will find promenades and bicycles for rent, good places to eat..." See More

  • 1 mention in Four days in Lisbon with family (including grandmother) - recommendations?

    • Luciana M.

      Luciana M. said, "...the river where the ships sailed to explore the world), Padrão dos Descobrimentos and Pastéis de Belém are all close together. Parque das Nações which was built for the Expo 2000 and the Oceanário de Lisboa (very large aquarium) is there. Alfama is..." See More