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This neighborhood was built up at the end of the 1990s mostly because of the Expo '98. The pavilions and structures that once were the home of all the Expo's attractions and exhibits are still culturally and artistically significant. In Parque das Nações you'll explore conference and concert pavilions, a shopping center, trendy restaurants and an enjoyable cable car ride you can't miss out on. On top of this, the amazing Lisbon Oceanarium (one of the most spectacular things you'll ever see in the city) will take your breath away: its respect and will to preserve natural wildlife is uncanny. Easily accessible by metro, bus or taxi from the city center, Parque das Nações is highly recommended for anyone who'll spend more than 3 days in the Portuguese capital.
This place is geared towards children and appeals mostly to children over the age of 6 in my opinion. My 5 year old daughter appeared to enjoy herself nonetheless. It was very hands-on, especially the 'Doing' sections with stations for sewing, crafts, building motors and tracks for robots.
It was a good place for a rainy day.
Fulfilled a lifelong dream by managing to get a ticket for 2018’s Eurovision final held at the Altice Arena. The arena is huge but well managed, once through the doors it was easy to find your access point to your seat.
I suppose the only issue is that no bottles (plastic or otherwise) are allowed in the arena itself -...
"A masterpiece by the Spanish architect Calatrava"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by ES1211
We were travelling back from Sintra and as we had just missed the train to Rossio we decided to get the next train that was going to Oriente. We had wanted to see the station as it was designed by the Spanish architect Calatrava and we had seen some of his work in Valencia. It had been built for the...
I am a huge fan of alentejana food. I am so glad I found this restaurant. The food was delicious. The restaurant super cozy. But what I loved was the service, our Brazilian waitress was beyond attentive and provided us with a 5 star service making our dinning experience memorable.
Each steak comes with sweet potato fries and a salad. My steak was really nice and lean however my boyfriends steak was a bit more fatty. The service here was great with the staff being very accommodating. We ordered starter, steaks, an extra side and drinks and the total was below €50 which is amazing for a good steak.
Good location - easy to get there by metro from the airport; quiet; easy to get out for a morning run along the water. Very nice breakfast buffet. Good wifi. I found the bed rock-hard and very uncomfortable - I finally wound up sleeping on top of the duvet in order to get a bit of cushioning.
Great place to stay near shopping, train station, airport, river, aquarium and other activities. The Sky Bar on the 16th floor is worth a visit and cocktail just for the views. Breakfast buffet was also worth the few extra dollars.
We stayed at the Ibis Lisboa Parque das Naçoes for one night on a football trip to Lisbon. I initially booked the hotel because it was fairly close to the airport and we were taking an early flight home. We reached the hotel by metro, getting off at Oriente on the red line, then taking a ten minute walk from...
Hotel Typ was a Nice experience.
We stater since our company has an office near by.
OK room, nice view and a Tasty breakfast buffé.
5-10 min from the airport by taxi (EUR10) makes it easy to get to if you're visiting this part of Lissabon.
Very close to the fairgrounds , very polite personnel with a max in flexibility. Nice rooms with high comfort beds . In the lobby a shop with local high quality products. Good restaurant with Nice balance in price and value.