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This tour takes you to the heart of Obidos region and with a history linked to wine and sparkling wine production dating back to the XV Century, the Quinta dos Loridos estate is a unique place, where tranquillity and nature play a special role. It...more
All reviews wine shop modern art water features beautiful garden entrance fee small train bring water couple of hours snack bar take photos terracotta army train ride take your time on display an absolute peaceful place few hours
Absolutely blown away by this place, we were completely not expecting to find such an amazing place. Allow a few hours to walk around the huge gardens or take the train. Some of the Buddha’s are so big they have been broken down into blocks...More
When I started planning my trip to Portugal I must admit Buddhas were not something I had expected to see.
This park contains beautiful Buddha status on one end and artistic sculptures on the other end. It is really huge so prepare your walking shows...More
Bacalhoa Buddha Eden I must say is a weird and unexpected place in the middle of the Portuguese countryside. Completely removed from Portuguese culture, this is easily reachable from Lisbon on highway A8 with proper signage. You can also take the Bus from Lisbon to...More
We have travelled extensively over the past 11 years and this place rates very highly for us.
The art, sculptures and cobalt blue replica of the Terracotta army of China have been wonderfully integrated into the manicured gardens and bamboo lined walkways.
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We were not impressed. It was somewhat fun to ride the tram through the park, which does have some nice landscaping. But this landscape is covered with purple concrete figures and giant Buddha heads - weird. We were offered a "tasting" of 2 wines in...More
This garden is populated with hundreds and hundreds of art pieces. Amazing place to spend a day. I only don't give a rate of 5 because in the ticket office they don't have maps and in that way it's difficult for you to plan your...More
I believe you will need to go to Lisbon first then you can take a bus or maybe a train. Buduah Eden is a good distance away from Bombaral so a taxi might work for the remainder of the distance. None of this is easy, I... More
I believe you will need to go to Lisbon first then you can take a bus or maybe a train. Buduah Eden is a good distance away from Bombaral so a taxi might work for the remainder of the distance. None of this is easy, I suggest you rent a car.