Gardens & Parks of Lisbon

The gardens & parks in Lisbon are among the city's most pleasant and attractive public green spaces.

Whether you're going for a leisurely stroll, feed the ducks, sunbathe, have a picnic, admire exotic plants or practise team sports, these are the best gardens in Lisbon

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Estufa Fria

Entrance Fee - Adult 3.10

Food - Yes

Metro - Marquês de Pombal

When: 10am - 5pm

http://estufafria.cm-lisboa.pt

Address: Estufa Fria, Parque Eduardo VII,

1070-051 Lisboa, Portugal

 

The Estufa Fria is a greenhouse with three gardens located in the top left side of Eduardo VII Park.

 

Parque Eduardo VII

Entrance Free

Food - Yes

Metro - Marquês de Pombal

 

Address: Eduardo VII, Parque Eduardo VII,

1070-051 Lisboa, Portugal

The Eduardo VII Park is a public park in Lisbon, Portugal. The park occupies an area of 26 hectares to the north of the Avenida da Liberdade and the Marquis of Pombal Square, in the centre of the city. 

Botanical Garden 

Jardim Botanico

Entrance Free

Food - Yes

Metro - Rato

Tram - 24

When: 9pm - 8pm

www.bgci.org/garden

 

Address: ​Jardim Botânico da Universidade de Lisboa, R. da Escola Politécnica 56/58, 1250-102 Lisboa, Portugal​

Although covering 10 acres, this enchanting botanical garden in the Principe Real district is almost invisible from the surrounding streets.

 
 

Tropical Botanical Garden

Jardim do Ultramar

Entrance Fee - Adult 2

Food - Near By

Trams - 15 

Train - Belem

When: 10am - 5pm

www2.iict.pt/jbt/

 

Address: Tropical Botanical Garden, Tv. Ferreiros a Belém 41, 1300 Lisboa, Portugal​

The garden has rare tropical and subtropical trees and plants (many of them endangered species) from all over the world, such as dragon trees from the Canary and Madeira Islands and monkey puzzle trees from South America. 

Lisbon Zoo

Entrance Fee - Adult 2

Food - Yes

Metro - Jardim Zoológico

Train - Sete Rios

Car Park - Yes

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Address: Praça Marechal Humberto Delgado,

1549-004 Lisboa, Portugal​

The Lisbon Zoo is a great place to meet and pass the time. It was inaugurated in 1844 and was the first park of the Iberian Peninsula with fauna and flora. Many animals came from Africa and Brazil, contributing to the Lisbon Zoo having a vast collection of animals and very diversified. 

 

Jardim da Estrela

Entrance Free

Food - Yes

Trams - 25 - 28

When: 7am - Midnight

 

Address: Jardim da Estrela, Praça da Estrela n°12, 1200-694 Lisboa, Portugal

 

A delightfully maintained park which is opposite the magnificent Estrela Basilica that lies to the west of Lisbon. There are exotic plants and trees, several small duck pond, various sculptures, a children's playground, and an old-fashioned bandstand. A pond-side café is a good place for a break. 

 

Gulbenkian Gardens  

Jardim da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Entrance Free

Food - Near By

Metro - São Sebastião

Open every day, from sunrise to sunset

https://gulbenkian.pt/jardim

 

Address: Garden of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna 45,

1067-001 Lisboa, Portugal​

The Gulbenkian Park also known as Gulbenkian Garden is located in Lisbon, Portugal. It was created in 1969 and is part of the cultural centre where the headquarters of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

 

Park of Necessidades

Tapada das Necessidades

Entrance Free

Food - Near By

Train - Alcantara-Mar

Tram - 15

When: 10am - 6pm

Address: ​Park of Necessidades, Calçada Necessidades, 1350 Lisboa, Portugal

The Tapada das Necessidades is one of the best places in Lisbon to walk, read a book or have a picnic. You’ll be enticed by the ponds bordered by exotic plants and extensive grassy areas.

For years it was forgotten, but now not only has it returned to the memory of every Lisboner, but it has also become a part of their routine: families with kids, teenagers and couples all flock there for a few hours in this sort of natural solarium. And there’s also an architectural and historic bonus: the park has a circular forged iron greenhouse and the remains of a small zoo built for the royal family, with a cactus garden. Please remember to take a picnic as there is no food or drinks for sale in the park.

The entrance is tucked away up a small street by the side of the Capela do Palácio das Necessidades, on Largo Necessidades 58, 1350-188 Lisboa

Palácio Nacional e Jardins de Queluz

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Entrance Palace & Gardens 10

Entrance Gardens 5

Food - Near By

Car - 25 min Drive​

Parking Yes

When: 9am - 5pm

 

Address: ​Largo Palácio de Queluz,

2745-191 Queluz, Portugal

Garden of "French" apparatus composed of labyrinths and boxwood boulevards, dominating the central lakes and surrounding statuary.

Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra

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www.regaleira.pt

Address: R. Barbosa du Bocage 5, 2710-567 Sintra

Entrance 5 €

Street Parking - No

Car Park - Yes, Little

Visit Quinta da Regaleira in Sintra, one of the most beautiful, original and mysterious places in the Sintra Mountains, which is worth a visit.