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This park is best view so good and most important Aga Khan House is close by and you can have best view this place lime tranquilizer, if you are hobby photographer beautiful background for photo shoot too.
I don't know if there is a market every day here, but I was lucky to come one day when there were many booths selling various art and handicraft items all along the street. The park itself is also very nice, and it looks like...More
Principe Real’s Garden (actually called França Borges, in homage to a journalist) is located is a very sweet and romantic part of town. It was inaugurated in 1853 and has the style of a romantic English garden. There you can find benches to relax, a...More
Surprisingly it is not included in top 10 of Lisbon in many webpages. But don't miss it at all. It is great, lovely and very calm and tranquil place. The wide variety of flowers and very nice scenes will make your day. It is close...More
This is a nice little park with an interesting tree that spreads out like an awning. We visited during the middle of the week and it was not very busy. You are at the top of the hill and the day we visited it was...More
A little more attention needed on maintaining this park, but makes for a quiet family place with various spots to take in the world. Seems to have several markets occurring outside depending on the day.
An oasis of calm in the sometimes busy principe real
On saturdays the square is filled with high quality products. The organic market happens every Saturday and the antique and crafts market takes places on the last Saturday of the month. The garden lies in a neighborhood with beautiful aristocratic buildings.