New Lisbon
Parque das Nações
Parque das Nações is inspiring!
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Its greatness is undeniable!
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Brings a new life to Lisbon!
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Represents modernity! Represents art! Represents history!

Four topics to explore

Expo'98


Travel back in time to 1998 to remember the biggest event held in Portugal. Find about its curiosities and how the new Lisbon centrality emerged from scratch.

Architecture


Visit some of the most astonishing and awarded works of architecture in Lisbon from many nationally and internationally renowned architects.

Urban Art


At every corner of these streets there are great pieces of urban art to discover. Tile murals, sculptures, fountains, gardens, sidewalks... You’ll be amazed!

History


The new and old get together to express the glorious era of our history. Be yourself an explorer and learn about the adventures of the Age of Discovery.

Biggest Attractions

Lisbon Oceanarium

The biggest aquarium in Europe

The #1 attraction of Lisbon on TripAdvisor and the winner of TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards for the best aquarium in the World in 2017! It has more than 500 marine species, including penguins, sharks and sea otters!

Lisbon Cable Cars

A sky adventure

Working since Expo'98, the Lisbon Cable Cars are one of the best attractions of the city! The ride at the Cable Cars provides one of the best sightseeing in Lisbon and allow the visitors to see the entire area of Parque das Nações through the sky!

Vasco da Gama Bridge

The longest bridge in Europe

The Vasco da Gama bridge is the longest bridge in Europe and one of the longest in the World! It has a total of 17.2 km and looking at it is impressive!

Oriente Station

The heart of Parque das Nações

By the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, the Oriente Station is one of the most incredible buildings in Lisbon. Inspired in nature, it looks different from every prespective!

Pavilion of Portugal

The Cathedral of architecture

The Pavilion of Portugal is the reference building when talking about Portuguese architecture! The building is known by architects all around the world and was designed by the Pritzker Prize winner Siza Vieira!

Super Heroes Tile Mural

The masterpiece of urban art

At the VIP Executive Art's and Business Hotel Center there is the Super Heroes Tile Mural, authored by Errö! This artist is known for his explosive and dynamic works. A perfect place for unique pictures!

Gardens

Art vs. Nature

The Garcia d'Orta Gardens have vegetation from the former Portuguese colonies. The Water Garden allows an interaction with the water. Play giant instruments at the Music Garden! And the Tagus Park is the perfect place to relax!

Full Gallery

How to get here?

Oriente Station

Subway

Red line - exit: Oriente - three stops from the Airport.
This is your best option. If you're at the city center be aware that you'll have to switch lines and it will take around 35/45 minutes (on week days) to get here.

Bus

From:
- Rossio/Praça do Comércio take Carris 794 (55 min)
- Belém take Carris 728 (60 min)
Touristic buses also stop at Parque das Nações

Train

From:
- Rossio (25/45 min)
- Belém (45/55 min)

Other Activities

What to do before / after the tours?

Pavilion of Knowledge - Living Science Center

The museum of science in Lisbon offers you the chance of learning about technology, science, physics and math in a very interactive way. You can make your own experiments and try the zero gravity feeling. Temporary exhibition: 'Hangry Birds' - play real life size!

Vasco da Gama Shopping Center

If you're looking for shopping, in Parque das Nações you can find one of the biggest shopping centers of Lisbon with more than 300 shops!

Lisbon Casino

The Casino of Lisbon has more than 1100 slot machines and 28 game tables for fans of gambling! It also has a 'moving bar' which is very cool for a quiet and fancy night.

Enjoy the sunset

The best places to have a drink at the sunset are the Sky Bar at the Tivoli Hotel and the Marina of Parque das Nações.

Expositions, Shows and Events

According to the agenda, the International Fair of Lisbon, the Altice Arena, the Casino of Lisbon and the Camões Teatre have often shows and expositions. Many times there are also sports and cultural events in Parque das Nações.