With an area of about four (4) square kilometers, currently this park occupies most of the West side of the city. As great as this park is, without However, it is not the largest green areas of Portugal. The Eduardo VII Park, located in the center of the city, has that honor. It was named after Eduardo VII King of England for their visit at the time of its inauguration. In addition to its numerous places of interest, every June Lisbon has a celebration in the street that extends for 5 days in honor of San Antonio de Padua, who was born in Lisbon. He was a man rico who spent his life preaching to poor and uneducated. For the tourists interested in visiting many of the attractions of Lisbon you will not find fantastic accommodation shortage. There are a number of hotels and holiday apartments to choose.
Examples of hotels in Lisbon are: As Janelas Verdes Inn Lisbon: this beautiful hotel takes its name from a Palace of the 18th century that is next to the National Museum of art. The name means Windows green. The hotel is delightfully decorated with objets d’art, books and paintings drawn on the inspiration of the Portuguese novelist Eca de Queiroz, who many said lived in the Palace from time to time. Each room is bright and cheerful. Guests can enjoy breakfast in the garden during the warmer months. Lapa Palace Hotel Lisbon: Living like royalty in this magnificent hotel that was originally a private home built in 1870 by the Conde de Valencia. It is located in the Centre of the city and has a wonderfully elaborate entrance. The hotel is located on a hilltop overlooking the Tagus River, therefore many of its rooms have a wonderful view of the River. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful gardens decorated with fountains and ornamental streams.