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.
A sign dedicated to the fado diva

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 lake and cafe

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

Jardim Amália Rodrigues, Lisbon.
Statue by the Colombian sculptor Fernando Botero

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.
Modern art in the park

Other parks and gardens in Lisbon include the Jardim Afonso Albuquerque in Belem, the nearby Parque Eduardo VII, and Gulbenkian Garden.

The park is a great place to relax.
The park is a great place to relax

The park is also close to the Gulbenkian Garden
The park is also close to the Gulbenkian Garden, a few minutes' walk away

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