Park Eduardo VII Viewpoint
Lisbon is a city known for its hills, covered in special places from where to observe the city through a unique perspective. Looking for a reward when you reach the top? Head to the Park Eduardo VII viewpoint.
With a name that pays homage to the English King, Edward VII, who traveled to Lisbon in 1903 as a gesture for strengthening the firm alliance between the two countries, Park Eduardo VII was built on one of the highest hills in the city.
Considered one of the city’s largest parks, among its great diversity of atmospheres, is a viewpoint with beautiful landscapes that invite us to stay. From top to bottom it is possible to contemplate the entire dimension of a vast green garden and the complete length of the Marquês de Pombal and the Liberdade Avenue, without ever losing sight of the Tejo River and the Arrábida mountains. The variety of landscapes is such that through this viewpoint you can also take a peek at the São Jorge Castle.
Cool Tip: On a stroll through Park Eduardo VII we suggest you also visit Estufa Fria, a unique and amazing place.
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