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Having been surrounded by people in Belem at the tower and monastery the gardens are an oasis away from the crowds.
Entry is only 2 euros and it was a pleasant relief to stroll through the gardens although they are essentially an arboretum mainly exhibiting...More
This garden is a wonderfull place to have a walk around. It is not so big but it has a variety of old trees and plants.
They are trying to keep it nice. You have to pay 2 euro's to get in.
It is close...More
Let me first say that I am probably a botanical garden snob... I have been spoiled by Longwood Gardens in the US and Victoria Gardens in Canada. However, after walking around the city for hours, a brief respite in this pleasant garden is a great...More
A very nice but small botanic garden.
Well preserved, very huge trees, some peacocks around you.
The water fountains are under maintenance.
You can have a feeling of exclusivity in such a nice and empty space.
This was a real treasure to find on our first day. The gardens were impeccable and very affordable (students €1, adults €2)
Peacocks, succulents, cactus and orchid greenhouses surrounded the organised architectural topiary. With the occasional tree that takes you by surprise.
Love gardens- go...More
Near the turist area of Belém, uphill to Ajuda neighborhood if you try to find it you'll discovery this off path hidden gem garden... It's Italian style from the XVIII century and an oasis in the middle of the city... A must to see...
We loved our visit to the botanical garden close to the Ajuda palace. Entrance was only 2 euros and we received a nice brochure filled with gorgeous photos. We were welcomed by a stunning peacock at the garden. The garden is very photogenetic and well-kept....More
This small, geometric garden is worthy of a stop and look. There are trees over 400 years old. Peacocks strolls through. I love the stone walls and fountains. The boxwood hedges and well manicured. And a special feature is a view of both the April...More