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Eduardo VII Park is the largest park in Lisbon, covering a surface of 25 hectares. Initially called Liberty Park, the park was renamed in 1903 after the King of England to enhance diplomatic relations between the two countries. The garden is located on a fairly high ground, which is why visitors come here often so they can admire the city of Lisbon. It is also a perfect location for many events and festivals.
Opening times: 24 hours
Parque Eduardo VII (Eduardo VII Park)
PARKS & GARDENS
The Tropical Botanical Garden or Colonial Garden is one of the largest gardens in Lisbon! It is located in a privileged area of Belém and has an exotic flora matrix. There are over 600 species of exotic trees and plants from various tropical regions of the world, mainly from the former Portuguese colonies, which confer it a lush beauty.
Address: Tv. Ferreiros a Belém 41, Lisbon
Contact: +351 213 616 340
Opening times: Daily 10.00am to 8.00pm
Jardim Botânico Tropical (Tropical Botanical Garden)
Jardim Guerra Junqueiro, known as Jardim da Estrela, was built in the 18th century. XIX (1842), on the initiative of statesman Bernardo da Costa Cabral, Marquis de Tomar. It is a naturalistic garden of romantic design, inspired by the type of park in English, surrounded by a railing, with a very interesting vegetation both by quantity and by diversity.
Address: Praça da Estrela, 1200-
Contact: +351 21 397 4818
Opening times: Daily 7.00am to midnight
Jardim da Estrela (Garden of the Star)