Oriente Station

Discover this structure by Calatrava that marks Lisbon’s skyline. Built in the city’s newest area, Estação Oriente is a gateway to the capital and to architecture.

Estação Oriente is one of the most notable symbols of Parque das Nações. Even if you don’t arrive by train, this work of architecture is a must-see while in Lisbon. Created by the architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, the elevated station has an impressive glass roof and an access tunnel that allows you to take unique photographs. It is one of Lisbon’s main links to the rest of the country, as well as the city within a city that was erected after the World Oceans Expo and gave the Tagus a new lease of life. Come and discover this unique arrival and departure point that marks the city’s most contemporary and futuristic side.

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