Here are the best outdoor activities and things to do and see in Lisbon including Gulbenkian Park, Estufa Fria, Lisbon Zoo, Quinta Pedagógica dos olivais, Belem garden, Garden Alameda Dom Afonso Henriques, Jardim do Torel, The House of Discus
The Zoo is not the biggest, but it is one of the nicest. The animals are well kept and taken care of, and the whole environment is very appealing a warming. Definitely easy to enjoy the whole day and even get tired of walking. The dolphin show was the best, and of course even the sea lion feature was remarkable :)!
Great spot to sit and view the city but must if the park is built on top of s school and us cement. Great area with kids play ground. Nice cafe to go to read a book. Can be accessed for different streets and near Libertad.
Hidden park away from the crowds. Right next to a school and you could hear kids at recess. Great views of the 7 hold of Lisbon and there is a funicular nearby to help you get us the hill.
Monsanto Forest Park (Portuguese: Parque Florestal de Monsanto) is a municipal protected forest in Lisbon, Portugal, the largest green patch in the city, with almost 1000 ha (10 km2). It offers a well diversified tree-covered area to the Portuguese capital.
A large number of species were introduced in the Monsanto Hills (Serra de Monsanto) during the reforesting period. Due to climate and geological characteristics, they created a very interesting ecosystems in the urban patch of Lisbon (and surrounding municipalities). The Ecological ...
Superb camping ground. Showers are the best I have ever had at a camp ground. Cafe food is well received by many. Others have mentioned the noise of the road but there is not a lot the campsite can do about that! So if you find traffic noise is not for you dont book. Bit pricy hence the four stars and not five