Grab a book or newspaper and take a seat in the Gulbenkian garden, a unique place with various ambiances that you should wander until finding the ideal spot for a rest.
The Gulbenkian, as you already know, is one of Lisbon’s main cultural venues and a place you visit for excellent exhibitions, concerts and activities. But you may not know that the Foundation’s fantastic gardens, designed in 1957, have a pond and a rivulet, various paths between the various plant species, a magnificent open-air amphitheatre where you can see plays and concerts, and spots just to sit and read a book. It’s worth discovering this unique place in Lisbon where various species coexist calmly in an atmosphere that’s both natural and manmade. Come and experience the tranquillity in the middle of the city.