783 Lisbon Bus

783 Lisbon Bus

The 783 Lisbon bus runs from Portela to Prior Velho - Amoreiras via Lisbon Airport, Campo Grande, Saldanha, Picoas, and Pombal.

783 Lisbon Bus, Portugal.


The bus links many metro stations and places of interest in the Portuguese capital.

Services from Portela begin at 5.05am with the last buses at midnight. There are reduced services at weekends and on public holidays.

736 Lisbon Bus, Lisbon, Portugal.

Other Lisbon bus routes featured include: 714727728729, and 736.

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736 Lisbon Bus

736 Lisbon Bus

The 736 Lisbon bus runs from Odivelas to Cais do Sodré via Entrecampos metro station, Campo Pequeno Station, Saldanha, Picoas, Pombal, Restauradores, Rossio and on to Cais do Sodré Station.

736 Lisbon Bus, Portugal.
736 Lisbon Bus


The bus links many metro stations and places of interest in the Portuguese capital.

Services from Odivelas begin at 4.45 am with the last buses at 11.25 pm. There are reduced services at weekends and on public holidays.

736 Lisbon Bus, Lisbon, Portugal.
736 Lisbon Bus

Other Lisbon Bus Services

Other Lisbon bus routes covered include: 714727728729, and 783.

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Jardim Amália Rodrigues

Jardim Amália Rodrigues, Lisbon

The Jardim Amália Rodrigues is a pleasant park located just north of Parque Eduardo VII and the Estufa Fria. It opened in 1996.

Jardim Amália Rodrigues, Lisbon.


The garden, which consists of a grassy hillock and a lake, was named in 2000 after the famous fado singer, Amália Rodrigues (1920-1999).

The area is one of the highest points in the city and has excellent views. The nearby El Corte Ingles is also prominent.

Jardim Amália Rodrigues, Lisbon.


The park is decorated with a statue by the Colombian sculptor Fernando Botero and an excellent cafe/bar and terrace surrounds the small lake.

Jardim Amália Rodrigues, Lisbon.

Access - Getting There

Jardim Amália Rodrigues
Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira
1070-310 Lisboa
Portugal

The nearest Lisbon metro stations to Jardim Amália Rodrigues are Parque and Sao Sebastao.

Jardim Amália Rodrigues, Lisbon.

Other parks and gardens in Lisbon include the Jardim Afonso Albuquerque in Belem.

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Picoas Metro Station Lisbon

Picoas Station, Lisbon

Picoas Metro Station Lisbon is one stop north west from Marques de Pombal Station on the Amarela Line and is known for its iconic, original cast iron entrance way that was donated by the Paris metro.

Picoas
The Art Nouveau Paris metro entrances were the work of Hector Guimard (1867-1942) and were intended to make the metro inviting to Parisians.

Art Nouveau entrance by Hector Guimard

The interior of Picoas Station contains art work by Portuguese artist Martins Correia (1910-1999) in azulejos tiles and sculpture. The theme of Correia's work is Lisbon and its people.

Picoas Metro Station Lisbon.
Tile work within the station
Some of the vacant buildings surrounding Picoas Station have recently become the canvases for some large scale contemporary street art.

Mural
Picoas is one stop from Marques de Pombal Station and one stop from Saldanha. Nearby attractions include the Casa Museu Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves.

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The decorative arch is from the Paris metro

Other Lisbon Stations

Baixa-Chiado

Belem Station

Roma-Areeiro

Picoas Metro Station Lisbon
Station platform

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