The Parque das Nações (Nations Park) constitutes a residential, cultural and commercial borough built on the Oriental part of Lisbon using the infrastructures built for the worldwide known Expo 98 Exhibition.
On this area different, modern and creative forms of architecture and design are highlighted such as the arched roof of Oriental Gare, train station, designed by Santiago Calatrava and the famous roof of the Portugal Pavilion designed by Siza Vieira.
It also has several gardens, as the Garcia da Orta gardens, Museums, as the Oceanarium and the Knowledge Pavilion, a marina, a wide conventions centre (Lisbon’s International Fair), a Concerts’ Pavillion - Atlantic Pavillion and much more.
To better understand all you might do and visit at the Parque das Nações we suggest that you should start by going on a ride in the cableway.
Bring your family and friends to visit one of the most amusing aquariums on the world.
Get lost in this fun, educational and interactive museum that explores the most recent technological developments as well as the scientific fundament to the natural misteries.
Parque das Nações Gardens
In an urban environment several gardens where included with worlwide inspiration which will make your 5 senses blossom.
Vasco da Gama Bridge
Discover this modern bridge which links the Oriental region of Lisbon to Montijo, one of the biggest bridges in the world.
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