Clarion Suites Lisbon
Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 44-50
Phone: (351) 21 0046600
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Established around 1853, this beautiful garden brings much needed fresh air, in the otherwise hot city. Located a stones throw away from the Botanic Gardens, this place is a perfect spot to unwind, after a long afternoon or sight seeing or shopping. Shady trees, picnic benches and a play area adorn this garden, where you can spread your mats and relax in the tranquil atmosphere. Just about 2.47 acres (1 hectare) in size, this lovely garden hosts a farmers market on Saturday, where you can drop by to witness the local essence of Lisbon or to shop the organically grown produce. A statue of poet Antero de Quental, also graces the garden, among other attractions.
Do you want to spend two days doing something different? This rafting school organizes a multitude of activities and incentive events, rafting training courses and weekly rafting activities. One or two days programs, sporting vacations for schools, business events, for groups and individuals. Call them and make your reservation.
A must-see in the historical part of Lisbon, the Chapitô has a restaurant, bar and terrace, with a great view of the city. A perfect place for the family to relax; ideal since the children will be enthralled by the tricks of the acrobats. Chapitô is also a Professional School of Arts and Crafts, teaching among other things circus acrobatics. Created in 1987 the performers hold regular classes to occupy free time between shows. The complex is popular among the youth of the city during the evenings. Closed on Sundays.
Established in Lisbon on the December 5th 1927, the Portuguese Equestrian Federation (FEP) is responsible for the practice, control, regulation and organization of the sport. Despite the lack of popularity in this country, equestrian sport has room to grow, because Portugal is traditionally a horse-loving country.
The Military Museum presents a rich collection of items related to a history that goes back to the foundation of the Portuguese nation. The exhibitions are specially focused on the most important episodes of Portugal's history. There are also various paintings by authors whose work relates in some way to the subject, like Columbano, Malhoa, or Condeixa. This museum also has a guided tours students.
The Indians Park is a park with a pretty landscape, offering a good place for adults to rest. The activities for the children are varied and divided by age group. The space is wide, allowing you to watch the kids having fun. It is a very popular venue for birthday parties too.
At the moment, they only practice Kayak-Polo. Despite the low-key promotion, this association's main objective is to develop the sport and participate in the different stages of the National Championship, where they have already achieved good results.
This garden is a perfect escape for the tired tourist who wants to catch their breath from a busy day of sightseeing. It is a historical garden that dates back to CE 1800. Campo Grande also has a lake where boat rides are still available; a relaxing and enjoyable way to pass the time. There is a restaurant and cafe along with a shopping mall too. Children can also enjoy themselves in the playground. The garden holds cultural events too.
All children in Lisbon have already visited the Park of Monsanto at least one time. The kids will be delighted with this park. Besides the recreational and learning facilites, the Alvito has two swimming pools, open between July and September, for kids between the ages of three and fourteen years.
The very first municipal golf course in all of Portugal, Belavista Golf Course is situated close to Lisbon Airport. Established in 2002, this nine-hole golf course may be short, but still presents an exciting challenge for avid golfers. The setting is not just convenient, but also picturesque, and the course includes six artificial lakes as well. There is also a restaurant and bar on-site.
Thousands of acres of protected woodland, Monsanto Forest Park offers the perfect escape from sprawling urban environments. Landscaped to include a variety of wild flora and fauna, this park was created in 1934. Besides hiking and bird watching, there is a lot you can do. The lookout point offers a splendid panoramic view of the ancient city, the Tagus River and the Atlantic. Leisure spots include the Ecological Park and Monsanto Municipal Camping Park. Concerts, exhibitions, fairs and other big events are a regular affair.
The Monsanto Muncipal Camping Park , also known as Lisboa Camping, currently holds a four star rating, the highest star rating bestowed to campgrounds in Portugal. Located in a vast forest area, Lisbon's main camping ground is a great way to explore the natural beauty Lisbon has to offer. Whether staying in one of the 70 furnished cabins or in your own tent, the swimming pool, tennis courts, mini-golf course, and sports complex are all at your disposal. The shopping mall, restaurant, and bar truly make the grounds a mini-village. Camp and you will enjoy the best of both worlds. Check the website for seasonal rates and further information.