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    5 best Lisbon parks to enjoy the good weather

    Long days ask for more time in contact with nature. These are the 5 best parks in Lisbon to celebrate the sun.
    
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    There’s something magical about a bike ride, a picnic with friends, or a late afternoon hike. They are simple plans, but essential to recharge, to remove stress, to be with those who care most. To appreciate the simple things in life. And you don’t have to go too far to do it. There are hidden paradises where you least expect it, including in the heart of the capital. These are the 5 best parks in Lisbon to enjoy the good weather.

    1. Gulbenkian Garden

     

    • Where: Av. de Berna 45-A
    • When: Every day, from sunrise to sunset
    • Dog-friendly: No

    With a large lake and even an amphitheatre, the Gulbenkian Garden is worth a quiet visit to enjoy the small glades and hidden routes. This is not a park designed for great walks, but for a brief rejuvenating walk in full nature, in the heart of the city.

    If you decide to come here on a hot day, refresh your ideas next to one of several water mirrors and walk your eyes through the various species of animals on the loose. If you need to recharge along the way, stop for a glass of refreshing wine at Gulbenkian Café, overlooking the garden and lake.

    2. Campo Grande Garden

     

    • Where: Campo Grande 294
    • When: Every day from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. Closes on Mondays
    • Dog-friendly: Yes

    Those who pass the Segunda Circular, may not imagine the green paradise that hides a few meters from one of the busiest roads in the country. But the Campo Grande Garden deserves a visit to reveal its secrets. Did you know there are padel fields here? That you can ride rowboats in the centre of Lisbon? Or is this where one of the first and largest canine parks in the country is located?

    If these curiosities don’t work up your appetite, there are still several areas where you can have a picnic. Or if you prefer to snack, visit the Lake House – the name says it all. A good glass of wine, a good terrace and a relaxing view is all you need to finish this tour in (countryside) great.

    3. Jardim da Estrela

     

    • Where: Praça da Estrela
    • When: Every day from 07:00 to 24:00
    • Dog-friendly: No

    There is a place, right in the center of Lisbon, that hides a long past among lush vegetation. The Jardim da Estrela opened its doors for the first time in the 40s – but in the 19th century. And those who visit, easily imagine the plots, rumors and dramas lived in this Garden of English style, with romantic inspiration.

    It’s worth to experience the story into the cast-iron bandstand, soaking up the exotic cascade, and exploring the Chinese pavilion. There is also an underground cave, and several lakes inhabited by ducks and swans. In addition to all this, Jardim da Estrela has an extraordinary collection of statues and busts, playground, cafeteria and kiosk. The perfect place to stretch out in the sun with a glass of wine in your hand.

    4. Parque Ribeirinho Oriente

     

    • Where: R. Cintura do Porto 1950
    • When: Always
    • Dog-friendly: Yes

    Take a leap to The Ribeirinho Oriente park to see a green space with an architect’s signature, nominated for several international awards. There are more than 600 meters along the Tagus River, and two distinct pedestrian paths, one by the river, the other inland by vegetation.

    There is a children’s playground, ship containers converted into two cafeterias and a space for bike rental. In addition, it is open every day, at all hours. At the end of the tour, pamper yourself with a pizza in Mr. Abel’s mess hall, and head on to a coffee experience at the Delta Coffee House Experience. The plan is only complete with a good glass of wine, to relax after drinking so much inspiration.

    5. Monsanto Forest Park

     

    • Where: Monsanto
    • When: Always
    • Dog-friendly: Yes

    We save the biggest one for last. Here you can walk, run, bike or skate with plenty of space to breathe, in a space equivalent to 900 football fields. If it’s a picnic that you want to have, or spread the towel in the middle of the woods, this is the park for you. But there are also maintenance circuits, climbing walls, bike paths, mountain biking trails and even a campsite. And nothing better for this outdoor adventure than bringing a wine that accompanies you on the relaxed and uncompromised side of the city.

    If you are looking for a different experience, try Mandriola de Lisboa, an eclectic wine, relaxed and easy to drink, which invites you to relax and make the most of the here and now.

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    There’s something magical about a bike ride, a picnic with friends, or a late afternoon hike. They are simple plans, but essential to recharge, to remove stress, to be with those who care most. To appreciate the simple things in life. And you don’t have to go too far to do it. There are hidden paradises where you least expect it, including in the heart of the capital. These are the 5 best parks in Lisbon to enjoy the good weather.

    1. Gulbenkian Garden

     

    • Where: Av. de Berna 45-A
    • When: Every day, from sunrise to sunset
    • Dog-friendly: No

    With a large lake and even an amphitheatre, the Gulbenkian Garden is worth a quiet visit to enjoy the small glades and hidden routes. This is not a park designed for great walks, but for a brief rejuvenating walk in full nature, in the heart of the city.

    If you decide to come here on a hot day, refresh your ideas next to one of several water mirrors and walk your eyes through the various species of animals on the loose. If you need to recharge along the way, stop for a glass of refreshing wine at Gulbenkian Café, overlooking the garden and lake.

    2. Campo Grande Garden

     

    • Where: Campo Grande 294
    • When: Every day from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. Closes on Mondays
    • Dog-friendly: Yes

    Those who pass the Segunda Circular, may not imagine the green paradise that hides a few meters from one of the busiest roads in the country. But the Campo Grande Garden deserves a visit to reveal its secrets. Did you know there are padel fields here? That you can ride rowboats in the centre of Lisbon? Or is this where one of the first and largest canine parks in the country is located?

    If these curiosities don’t work up your appetite, there are still several areas where you can have a picnic. Or if you prefer to snack, visit the Lake House – the name says it all. A good glass of wine, a good terrace and a relaxing view is all you need to finish this tour in (countryside) great.

    3. Jardim da Estrela

     

    • Where: Praça da Estrela
    • When: Every day from 07:00 to 24:00
    • Dog-friendly: No

    There is a place, right in the center of Lisbon, that hides a long past among lush vegetation. The Jardim da Estrela opened its doors for the first time in the 40s – but in the 19th century. And those who visit, easily imagine the plots, rumors and dramas lived in this Garden of English style, with romantic inspiration.

    It’s worth to experience the story into the cast-iron bandstand, soaking up the exotic cascade, and exploring the Chinese pavilion. There is also an underground cave, and several lakes inhabited by ducks and swans. In addition to all this, Jardim da Estrela has an extraordinary collection of statues and busts, playground, cafeteria and kiosk. The perfect place to stretch out in the sun with a glass of wine in your hand.

    4. Parque Ribeirinho Oriente

     

    • Where: R. Cintura do Porto 1950
    • When: Always
    • Dog-friendly: Yes

    Take a leap to The Ribeirinho Oriente park to see a green space with an architect’s signature, nominated for several international awards. There are more than 600 meters along the Tagus River, and two distinct pedestrian paths, one by the river, the other inland by vegetation.

    There is a children’s playground, ship containers converted into two cafeterias and a space for bike rental. In addition, it is open every day, at all hours. At the end of the tour, pamper yourself with a pizza in Mr. Abel’s mess hall, and head on to a coffee experience at the Delta Coffee House Experience. The plan is only complete with a good glass of wine, to relax after drinking so much inspiration.

    5. Monsanto Forest Park

     

    • Where: Monsanto
    • When: Always
    • Dog-friendly: Yes

    We save the biggest one for last. Here you can walk, run, bike or skate with plenty of space to breathe, in a space equivalent to 900 football fields. If it’s a picnic that you want to have, or spread the towel in the middle of the woods, this is the park for you. But there are also maintenance circuits, climbing walls, bike paths, mountain biking trails and even a campsite. And nothing better for this outdoor adventure than bringing a wine that accompanies you on the relaxed and uncompromised side of the city.

    If you are looking for a different experience, try Mandriola de Lisboa, an eclectic wine, relaxed and easy to drink, which invites you to relax and make the most of the here and now.

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