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Striking contemporary architecture on the riverfront

A new heart for

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Lisbon

Striking contemporary architecture on the riverfront


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Lisbon Oceanarium
The Lisbon Oceanarium is one the largest public aquaria in the world, housing over 16,000 aquatic creatures from over 450 species. Ocean creatures exhibited include sharks, rays, starfish, amphibians, barracudas and tuna.
Portugal Pavilion
Designed by Pritzker Award winning architect, Alvaro Siza Vieira, the building displays a sagging roof representing the billowing sails of a ship reflecting the maritime theme of the structure and its surroundings. The Portugal Pavilion has two exhibition spaces. The covered space hosts the main exhibitions while the outdoor plaza is used for national displays.
Lisbon Casino
It has around 1,000 slot machines, 22 gaming tables, 4 bars, 3 restaurants and a theatre seating 600. The Lisbon Casino took up the former Pavilion of the Future, one of the main attractions of the World Expo of '98, which was extensively rebuilt for its new purpose.
Science Museum
Interactive museum of science and technology, created to stimulate scientific knowledge and to disseminate scientific and technological culture among the citizens. The visitors are allowed to explore many different exhibits in an active, relaxed and playful way. Nowadays it is one of Portugal’s most visited museums.
MEO Arena
MEO Arena (formerly Pavilhão Atlântico) is one of the biggest and most modern covered pavilions in Europe, with the capacity of seating 20,000 people. The external appearance looks like an upturned boat or a horseshoe crab and to some, like a flying saucer. Performances by major international music bands and artists happen here.
Lisbon International Fair (FIL)
Designed by Portuguese architects Barreiros Ferreira and França Dória, the striking, crystalline FIL is Lisbon’s premier venue for exhibitions and trade fairs. Check the website www.fil.pt for upcoming events.
Vasco da Gama
Shopping Center

Water flows over the arched glass roof of this ultramodern mall, where locals come to shop, eat, catch a film and hang out at the weekend. The shopping centre harbours high-street names like Timberland, Levis, Diesel, Nike, CAT, Sephora, Zara, Bershka, Fnac, alongside Portuguese brands like Vista Alegre ceramics, Foreva shoes, Salsa jeans and many others.








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Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is a leisure, commercial, and residential area in Lisbon, which gained popularity and underwent tremendous transformation in the late 1990s as a site of the Expo ’98, the last Universal Exhibition of the 20th century.It covers an extensive area in northeastern Lisbon next to the Tagus estuary, formerly used for mainly industrial purposes.


Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is a leisure, commercial, and residential area in Lisbon, which gained popularity and underwent tremendous transformation in the late 1990s as a site of the Expo ’98, the last Universal Exhibition of the 20th century.It covers an extensive area in northeastern Lisbon next to the Tagus estuary, formerly used for mainly industrial purposes.



The whole area has evolved into a premier neighbourhood endowed with a magnificent infrastructure, a unique cultural offer and a large variety of commercial services. It has become an icon of Lisbon and a worldwide example of urban renewal.


Parque das Nações brings together, in a relatively small area, some of the most iconic buildings in Portugal, such as the Vasco da Gama Tower, the tallest building in the country with 145 meters, MEO Arena (Pavilhão Atlântico), which hosts many of the most well known music and sporting events, Oceanarium, the world’s most impressive aquarium, Pavilhão do Conhecimento, an interactive museum of science and technology, Gare do Oriente, an exquisite project designed by the credited Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, Portugal Pavilion, remarkable for its undulating roof suspended in the air, the twin towers of São Gabriel and São Rafael, designed to look like giant sailboats and named after two of Vasco da Gama’s ships, among many others that impress for their bold, contemporary, architecture.



Parque das Nações brings together, in a relatively small area, some of the most iconic buildings in Portugal, such as the Vasco da Gama Tower, the tallest building in the country with 145 meters, MEO Arena (Pavilhão Atlântico), which hosts many of the most well known music and sporting events, Oceanarium, the world’s most impressive aquarium, Pavilhão do Conhecimento, an interactive museum of science and technology, Gare do Oriente, an exquisite project designed by the credited Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, Portugal Pavilion, remarkable for its undulating roof suspended in the air, the twin towers of São Gabriel and São Rafael, designed to look like giant sailboats and named after two of Vasco da Gama’s ships, among many others that impress for their bold, contemporary, architecture.



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GARE DO ORIENTE

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One of the world’s largest transit stations and the largest and busiest transport hubs in Portugal. It is a magnificent structure designed by master architect Santiago Calatrava with a roof of glass and steel made to look like a row of trees. At night Oriente Station looks magnificent when the lights are turned on. The structure has an open concept and the roof is supported by beams giving an aura of grandeur and helping to keep the interior cool during the hot summer months.

Torre Vasco da Gama
VASCO DA GAMA TOWER

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Opened on the 500th anniversary of the voyage of Vasco da Gama’s to India, the Vasco da Gama Tower is the tallest structure in Lisbon. It is 145 meters high and the shape resembles the sail of The Portuguese Caravel ship. At the base of the Vasco da Gama Tower is a three floor building that was used as the pavilion of the European Union during Expo ’98. At the top of the tower, there is an observation deck that was designed to look like the viewing basket on a ship.

Vasco da Gama Bridge
VASCO DA GAMA BRIDGE

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The bridge was constructed across the Tagus River to connect the Lisbon suburb of Sacavém on the northern bank to the south bank near Monjito, covering a length of 17.2 kilometers with six lanes for automobile traffic. It was designed by Armando Rito and built over 36 months. The Vasco Da Gama Bridge has a life expectancy of 120 years and the strength to withstand an earthquake 4.5 times stronger than the 1755 Lisbon earthquake that almost destroyed the city.

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15 MIN. FROM AIRPORT

Take the subway directly at the airport and exit the train at “Moscavide” station (only 2 stops) and then walk towards the river for 5 minutes until you see a large roundabout lined with a few high buildings. The condo will be the white tall building that you should see on your right side and the entrance is next to a gym called “Holmes Place”.

15 MIN. TO CITY CENTER

The “Moscavide” subway station is less than 300 meters away. Trains pass every 2 or 3 minutes from 6h30 to 01h00 heading from the airport to the city centre and the trip takes between 15 and 20 minutes. There is a bus stop in front of the condo and a frequent bus service to the city center (lines 744 and 782 heading downtown).

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The Fifties Dinner (4 min. walk) Learn moreSushi Time (5 min. walk) Learn moreClube do Hamburger (5 min. walk) Learn moreMiss Saigon (6 min. walk) Learn moreRiver Lounge (7 min. walk) Learn moreDi Casa (11 min. walk) Learn moreOld House (12 min. walk) Learn moreButcher (15 min. walk) Learn moreArigato Sushi House (17 min. walk) Learn more

Supercor Supermarket (3 min. walk) Learn moreVasco da Gama Shopping Center (10 min. walk) Learn more

Vasco da Gama Tower (7 min. walk) Learn moreCableway (10 min. walk) Learn moreLisbon International Exhibition Fair (FIL) (11 min. walk) Learn moreMEO Arena (12 min. walk) Learn morePortugal Pavilion (15 min. walk) Learn moreLisbon Casino (16 min. walk) Learn moreScience Museum (19 min. walk) Learn moreOceanarium (22 min. walk) Learn moreLisbon Marina (28 min. walk) Learn more

Gym & Spa Holmes Place (1 min. walk) Learn moreHairdresser Paulo Couceiro (5 min. walk) Learn moreHospital CUF das Descobertas (6 min. drive) Learn moreGym Solinca (11 min. walk) Learn moreGym Pump – Fitness Spirit (14 min. walk) Learn more

Farmácia Oriental (1 min. walk) Learn moreFarmácia Vasco da Gama (6 min. walk) Learn moreFarmácia Gare do Oriente (10 min. walk) Learn more