Parque de las Naciones
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Parque das Nações (“Nations Park”) is the newest Lisbon district, created for the Universal Exhibition of 1998 (Expo '98 World Exposition). Highlighting the modern train station (Gare do Oriente) design by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, whose ceiling is an arborescent structure of glass…
Modern Quarter by the river. Great buildings, Lisbon's Aquarium, shopping, food, Science Museum, etc.
Residential area, with many green spaces to walk and enjoy by the river. A diverse range of restaurants and cafés to enjoy the sun. All kinds of public transport so that getting from one end of the city to the other is quick and easy.
The Parque das Nações is a good choice of district for visitors who wish a calmer and more relaxed area of the city for their holiday or city break to Lisbon in which you will find the Lisbon Oceanarium is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the capital.
The Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is the striking modern side to historic and traditional Lisbon, which extends along the north-eastern side of the Tejo Estuary. The district was rejuvenated from a desolate industrial wasteland for Expo ‘98, and has since been transformed into the centre for…
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