Getting the feel of a city involves a mixture of observation and experience that only come when we allow ourselves to be drawn into its daily life and discover its smells, sounds, voices, lanes and hidden corners...
In Lisboa, the River Tagus is never far away as we explore the history-laden streets of a city that constantly confronts us with its past, as the decorative cobble pavements lead us up from the Praça do Comércio through the 18th century Lower Town to St. George's Castle.
From the Castle, we can enjoy unparalleled views of the south bank, Rossio, the Carmo Convent, the Bairro Alto, the Avenida da Liberdade and Parque Eduardo VII, Nossa Senhora do Monte and the Mount of Graça. It could be for all the world a picture postcard of Lisboa under a perpetually blue sky, reflecting the varied colours of the roofs, streets, old houses, window frames and green spaces, offset by the glittering stream of the Tagus!
Coaches from Europe are operated by Eurolines and arrive at Gare do Oriente terminal and at Praça Marechal Humberto Delgado - Estrada das Laranjeiras terminal.
International and domestic flights arrive at Portela Airport.
The most frequently used routes to enter the city are: the A1 motorway, the 25th April Bridge, the Vasco da Gama Bridge, and the CREL, (the outer ring-road for the Lisboa Region).
International trains arrive at Santa Apolónia and Oriente train station.
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The Pavilhão Multiusos de Odivelas is a multifunctional space that offers exceptional conditions for performances, congresses, conferences, seminars, ecumenical meetings, large or small meetings, product launches, catering, fairs and exhibitions. It also includes a Gymnasium, housed in a modern building, with excellent design and where users can enjoy different types of physical activity.
Pavilhão Multiusos de Odivelas
Alameda do Porto Pinheiro