This park, built in 1903 was named in honour to King Eduardo VII of England, who travelled to Lisbon to approximate the long-lasting agreement between these two countries.
On the top of the park you might find a beautiful viewpoint with a wide portuguese flag which reminds locals, everyday, about the proud of being portuguese.
The central lane is grassed and on the sides you’ll find a pathway with portuguese pavement.
Near the park there is the Cold Greenhouse, the Carlos Lopes Sports Pavillion and, on the north, the Amália Rodrigues Garden.
On this park it’s annually held the Lisbon’s Book Fair.
Nearby the great flag you’ll find a magnificent viewpoint which will provide you a view over the great Avenida da Liberdade where you might identify several monuments on the right and left hand side of the central valley of Lisbon. On a cloudless day you might even spot the Arrábida Mountains on the other side of the river.
On this viewpoint you’ll find the famous sculpture of João Cutileiro in honor to the 25th April, which’s shape is very polemic.
To reach this viewpoint, walk to the top of the Edward VII Park near the Portuguese flag.
Parque Eduardo VII, Lisboa
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