Lisbon Parque Das Nacoes Youth Hostel

Address: Rua de Moscavide, 47, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1998-011, Portugal | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Santa Maria dos Olivais area of Lisbon, is near Parque das Nacoes, Expo '98 / Parque das Nações, Trams & Funiculars, and Estacao do Oriente.
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Lisboa- Belem

A travel blog entry by anna.and.daniel on Nov 01, 2014

12 photos

... before we really push off and head out of town via Belem. We take an hour of walking the boardwalk and Monastery before driving on farther. Ludi has a special destination for us- we will be arriving in the dark but we are excited. We stop to have a glass of wine and watch the sunset at Guincho beach. The sunset was incredible. The coast of Portugal looks and feels very similar to Malibu California- the vegetation, ...

Via Cascais

A travel blog entry by amsterdam01 on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Left the villa a little sad, but ready for the big city. (Happy to have seen the kids before we left.) packed all our gear between 2 cars and headed for Cascais, as the apartment in Rua dos Remedios was not available until about 4. Had a lovely 'Italian' lunch overlooking the harbour, primarily used by a lobster fleet. Then drove along the coast, then river mouth to the bohemian part of Lisbon and dragged the bags up 2 steep flights of stairs. Off to walk around Castelo de ...

Lisbon - city of pastelaria and tiles

A travel blog entry by helwit on Jul 11, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... Andy Wahol's Judy Garland and Brillo Box Tower, David Hockney and Jackson Pollock, Magritte, Miro and Max Ernst.    Another must see is the fabulous collection of azulejo (tiles) at the Museu National do Azulejo housed in a beautiful old convent building. Tiles (blue ones especially) certainly define Portugal and this museum displays them in old cloisters though out the building.  Inside is a very lavish Baroque church that includes tile scenes all around the ...

Monthly Thoughts from Dennis Part 5

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jun 01, 2014

1 photo

... but turned into a cathedral without destroying the Muslim elements. It’s fascinating to see. And on the whole, Cordoba may be a slightly more pleasant town. It’s a little less touristy, which is nice, and its river and squares and streets are all such pleasant places to walk around in and sit and eat and drink. Granada felt busier and bigger and more hectic, and we enjoyed walking around Cordoba more. Still, Granada’s setting under the Sierra Nevada ...


A travel blog entry by gaplyf on Nov 12, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

After a lazy stoll along the sunny, sunny seaside in which Tom was representing Australia in his stylish, shorts and t-shirt combination , showing Portugal how tanned us Aussies are! We eventuallly came across our planned distenation of Mercardo da Riberia fresh food market, where we stocked up for for the week ahead After our morning warm up We decided to really have a crack and hiked over to Lisbons resident flea ...