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This renovated hotel in the heart of Lisbon’s Parque das Naçoes is surrounded by trendy restaurants. It offers free Wi-Fi, a brand new restaurant and renovated spacious rooms. Great views from my room which was spacious and well appointed. Professional staff. Great...
Located in Lisbon, 300 metres from Gare do Oriente, Moxy Lisboa Oriente provides accommodation with a fitness centre, private parking, a shared lounge and a bar. Clean, comfortable and spacious room Friendly staff Welcome drink :)
Hotel Ibis Lisboa Parque das Nações is a quiet Lisbon hotel, a 15-minute drive from the city centre. Great location, quiet room and good service, with ibis you always get what you expect and it’s good...
The Eurostars Universal Lisboa is a recently inaugurated design hotel designed for a luxurious stay. the staff was very friendly and provided us some gifts to celebrate our marriage anniversary
Set in Lisbon, 1.4 km from Lisbon Oceanarium, Moov Hotel Lisboa Oriente offers accommodation with a garden, private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace. I booked this hotel on a whim because my flight was cancelled.
It was extremely crowded when we went in the morning. Wall to wall people, could hardly see any of the exhibits or fish. No one wore a mask, and they let far too many persons in at this time. Very disappointing and uncomfortable.
The Oceanarium is amazing, we spent over 3 hours there without getting bored for a minute. But the restaurant is ridiculously expensive, you can go in the nearby shopping center for great choice of food including local food, for quarter of this price.
Not a fan usually of encaptured animals but this has so much room for the species it is really interesting and although the cafeteria needs way more staff, the people caring for the fish and mammals are obviously caring and knowledgeable about their 'inmates'. Watch out for groups of families and children as they can be incredibly noisy, but maybe that is just me!
It is a must see for families with young kids. Our favorite animals were the otters chilling on their backs. The oceanarium itself is amazing with a lot of diverse animals and climates. Outdoors, there is a nice park. the kids enjoyed running around and wanted to go on the cable cars but we ran out of time.
From the outside it looks small and strange: a cube with weird protrusions on the corners. From the inside: an amazing large 2-story square tank with several creative animal exhibits around it. This is not the type of aquarium that tries to hit all the "favorites" and same old bland types of exhibits. They actually choose some nice unique experiences with a logical flow guiding you on the journey. I loved seeing the sea otter play, the puffins dive underwater, and the terns flying around the outside exhibits. The large tank features different types of manta rays, guitar fish, lots of sharks of course, big schools of fish, and two huge sunfish. There are many thoughtfully designed nooks to sit and experience being "under water." There is a natural flow walking through the aquarium. The gift shop is almost all items specifically formatted for the aquarium, most of them from eco-materials. You won't find bins with thousands of lame plastic toys here. Great experience and fair price. Someone really sat down and re-imagined the aquarium experience. Buy tickets online to skip the lines. As an unexpected surprise, they had a temporary freshwater aquascaping exhibit.
This is well worth the trip. Possibly try and go early and buy ticket ahead if your visiting on the weekend or summer. The aquarium is well laid out. I loved that the tanks although separate appeared as though all the fish and otters were in the same tank. You must see it