Accommodation in Lisbonne Expo
Located in the northeast of Lisbon, the Expo district (or Parque das Naçoes), a former industrial area, was completely rebuilt for the 1998 World Expo, which was entitled Ocean, the future of humanity. Vast and cheerful program! Choose an accommodation in Lisbon Expo for a holiday.
Holiday rentals in Lisbon Expo
Here are our accommodation offers in Lisbon Expo for a nice holiday in Lisbon, Portugal. My home in Lisbon proposes you also some accommodation in Chiado and some others in Alcantara.
Rent an accommodation in Lisbon Expo for a weekened
This district thus extends its ultramodern buildings and its immense esplanades on the banks of the Tage. Opt for a rental in Expo and enjoy one of the few plane districts of the city! Many of the pavilions and infrastructure constructed for the 1998 World Exposition have been preserved and today attract many visitors. Take a stroll along the wide sun-drenched esplanades along the Tage. Push the door of the Oceanario, centerpiece of the 1998 Exposition. This huge cylindrical aquarium, 5000m3 (four Olympic swimming pools) is the largest in Europe and the third in the world. Two-storey visitors can admire a variety of species, including tiger -sharks and hammerhead sharks! Thrill guaranteed. Children will also be ecstatic before the flag of the otters and that of the penguins. Just next door, the Pavilhao do conhocimento (the Discovery Palace) is another popular attraction of children. You can also borrow the cable car, which offers an unobstructed view of the entire estuary of the Tage - subjects to dizziness abstain. If you prefer shopping, the Vasco de Gama shopping center offers a wide range of brands. Lovers of modern architecture, this district is for you! The Oriente railway station, designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, is a true invitation to travel, with its aerial roof, like sails of caravels. With My Home In Lisbonne, book a rental in Expo and enjoy all the modern comforts, with stunning views of the \"mer de Paille\" and the Vasco de Gama Bridge, more than 17 km away.