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Visit Lisbon – start from Residencial Horizonte Hotel Lisbon

Visit Lisbon on foot, what to see near Residencial Horizonte

Just next door with Residencial Horizonte you can find the Parque Eduardo VII with its green gardens and open space to host exhibitions, concerts and the Book Market every year in June. This area also offers the Estufa Fria (Greenhouse) and its many species of flora from 5 continents.

Visit Lisbon using the public transport network

The Historical Downtown with the secular architecture of its buildings, it offers a cultural atmosphere, with its street shows, shopping area with a wide range of offerings, the classic yellow tram line, the pastries and coffee shops where Portuguese writers such as Fernando Pessoa or Almeida Garrett where regular clients, the street market sale offering from flowers to small souvenirs at lower prices and much more.

The St Georges Castle, once used as a fortress, is now open to the public, a place full of special corners to discover, a mandatory visit for those who want to see the magnificent view over Lisbon city.

Alcantara and Belem - the river as the set

The Alcantara quarter offers visitors on the seaside promenade restaurants and bars with terraces, open daily during the day and night, overlooking the Tagus River and the bridge 25th of April. A well-attended night life spot, mostly by young people. If you want a more cultural approach to Alcantara, we suggest the Museum Fundação Oriente, which provides exhibitions, shows and a center for meetings.

The area of Belem has to offer its oldest monuments symbols of the discoveries - the Jeronimos Monastery, the Tower of Belem and the Monument to the Discoveries - and, more recent, dating from the end of the XX century, the Centro Cultural de Belem which offers the visitor music performances, dance and theater, exhibitions, events, Mediterranean cuisine (with the emphasis on high-Portuguese cuisine) in The Restaurant Commenda and moments of relax in bars (Quadrante and Sanduiche).

Park of Nations the renewed image of River Tagus

Finally, we have yet to suggest an escapade to the Lisbon Oceanarium, in the Park of Nations, where you can meet with the most beautiful creatures. What is considered the largest aquarium in the world with representation of 5 different oceans and numerous species of mammals and fish, or if you prefer a stroll along the river, the walkways or a relaxing break in the various bars available in the area with pleasant terraces over the Tagus.