Park of Nations redefines modern city living and is the most dynamic district within this great European riverside capital city

Public transportation

Oriente Station
The "modern architecture" of Oriente Station, designed by the engineer and architect Santiago Calatrava, was considered one of the "most spectacular in the world" by Emporis website. Oriente station is the biggest station in Lisbon that combines all surface transports: train, metro, bus in just one place. The trains and buses connect Lisbon to the rest of the country (north & south) and to Spain. The metro station links Park of Nations to all areas of Lisbon, the airport can be reached in 6 minutes.

Walking Distance10 mins, 700m
By Car3 mins

International Schools

United Lisbon International School
The United Lisbon International School opened in September 2020 and is only 900m away from Martinhal Residences. The K-12 school provides premium facilities for an inspiring and enriching educational offer from Early Childhood to graduation in grade 12.

Walking Distance 23 mins, 1.7km
By Car 6 mins


Vasco da Gama Shopping Centre
This shopping centre is a benchmark for anyone who values good shopping, leisure facilities (such as their cinema featuring most movies in English) and a great supermarket.

Walking Distance 9 mins, 700m
By Car 2 mins
Vasco da Gama Shopping
Sports in the Park of Nations
Sports in the Park of Nations


Bike Path

Dedicated bike paths make getting around very easy and are perfect for an afternoon family bike ride.

Nautical centre

For water sports lovers, you can find in Park of Nations a nautical centre where you can do canoeing or sailing but if you never tried it before you can book your first classes here.

Walking Distance 13 mins, 1.1km
By Car 3 mins

Pump Track

Considered "the biggest Portuguese track for this sport and one of the biggest in Europe", this track has already hosted one of the qualifiers of the Pump Track world championship.

Walking Distance 42 mins, 3.5km
By Car 8 mins

Skate Park

At Terreiro dos Radicais you can practice skateboarding, inline skates, bicycles and venture into some maneuvers on wheels.

Walking Distance 41 mins, 3.3km
By Car 8 mins

Green Spaces

Cabeço das Rolas Garden

The Cabeço das Rolas garden is the highest elevation of Park of Nations, reaching 33 meters above the level of Tagus River, with a large lawn and a relaxing view. The name of this garden is due to the fact that in the past it was a crossing point for turtledoves on their migratory path.
(Just behind Martinhal Residences)

Wave garden

The wave garden is characterized as the name indicates by the waves drawn on its ground representing the movement of water and more specifically the ocean. This space located between the Oceanarium and the Tagus River is one of the most searched by young people in Park of Nations.

Walking Distance 7 mins, 500m
By Car 2 mins

Garcia da Horta Gardens

Located in the riverside area, they represent the exotic and tropical botany of countries linked to the Portuguese Discoveries, such as Timor, São Tomé and Brazil.

Walking Distance19 mins, 1.3 km
By Car8 mins

water garden

This garden has a theme associated with its name, the water. In the water garden you can follow the path of the water from the river, through the artificial lake until the artificial waterfall that wonder not only children but also adults.

Walking Distance 3 mins, 200m
By Car min

Tagus Park

The Tagus Park is the largest green area in Park of Nations and its 90 hectares make anyone who passes there, forget that they are in the city. It is a perfect place to practice several sports and do entertaining and educational activities. It is also a wonderful place to contemplate nature and watch the fauna of the Tagus estuary.

Walking Distance 39 mins, 3.2km
By Car 8 mins

Oriente Riverside Park

Great for families featuring a nice children’s park, leisure areas for adults, including a cycle path, benches and wooden sunbeds for relaxing in front of the Tagus river.

Walking Distance28 mins, 2.1km
By Car5 mins
Culture in the Park of Nations

Culture and Activities

The area has the best entertainment spots in Lisbon – with the Altice Arena, Casino of Lisbon, multiplex cinema in the Vasco da Gama Shopping Mall, the Lisbon Oceanarium, Science Pavillion, the National Ballet and much more, it is hard to beat this district for a varied list of entertainment options every night.

Park of Nations is also Lisbon’s key Urban Art district with artists such as Fernanda Fragateiro, Hundertwasser and Bordalo II who have contributed to the culture of the area in the form of great pieces of Urban Art. Various new international artists continue to be invited by the local council to add to the existing pieces of art to make the Park of Nations the world’s best outdoor museum for outdoor urban art.

Altice Arena

The largest performance hall in Portugal, home to regular concerts, festivals, and big events, such as the Web Summit.

Walking Distance 11 mins, 850m
By Car 6 mins

Lisbon’s Casino

The largest casino in Portugal known for its diversity of entertainment and gaming (it has 1,100 slot machines and 30 gaming stalls), and for its fun rotating bar featuring live music occasionally. Open 3pm to 3am.

Walking Distance 6 mins, 450m
By Car 2 mins

FIL - Lisbon Exhibition and Congress centre

This is the main space for exhibitions and congresses in Portugal, featuring an agenda with regular events.

Walking Distance 18 mins, 1.5km
By Car 6 mins

Lisbon’s Marina

The Park of Nations Marine is the ideal place to leave your boat, enjoy family activities such as sailing and canoeing or enjoy the view while you have a drink on a terrace.

Walking Distance 15 mins, 1.2km
By Car 3 mins

Cable car

A 12 minute return trip where visitors can enjoy a wonderful birds' eye view of the Tagus river and the cityscape that is so characteristic of this modern area of the portuguese capital.

Walking Distance 5 mins, 550m
By Car 2 mins


Located in Vasco da Gama shopping centre, this cinema offers a wide range of movies in English and in Portuguese.

Walking Distance9 mins, 700m
By Car2 mins

Camões Theater

Featuring an auditorium for 1,000 people, the Camões Theatre is the stage of music and dance shows and the headquarters of the National Ballet Company.

Walking Distance 6 mins, 500m
By Car 2 mins

Portugal Pavilion

Portugal Pavilion was designed by architect Álvaro Siza Vieira for Expo '98, and is known for its imposing canopy. Built with the collaboration of the Engineer Segadães Tavares in pre-stressed concrete, the pall is elegant and light, based on the idea of a sheet of paper resting on two bricks and covering a wide ceremonial square.

Walking Distance 9 mins, 750m
By Car 2 mins


The Lisbon Oceanarium promotes closeness with the ocean and its 8000 sea creatures and was considered the best aquarium in the world by TripAdvisor in 2015, 2017 and 2018. In this incredible environment there are also guided tours, workshops, baby concerts, birthday parties and even experiences for children like sleeping with the sharks.

Walking Distance 8 mins, 600m
By Car 1 min

Pavilion of Knowledge

The Pavilion of Knowledge – Live Science is an interactive science and technology museum with several thematic exhibitions that aims to stimulate scientific knowledge and promote scientific and technological culture among citizens of all ages.This is a pole of attraction and a qualified partner in the promotion of Scientific and Technological Education in Portuguese society.

Walking Distance 3 mins, 270m
By Car 1 min

Street Art

Park of Nations is Lisbon’s key Urban Art district with artists such as Fernanda Fragateiro, Hundertwasser and Bordalo II who have contributed to the culture of the area in the form of great pieces of Urban Art. Various new international artists continue to be invited by the local council to add to the existing pieces of art to make the Park of Nations the world’s best outdoor museum for outdoor urban art.

Galp Tower

The Galp Tower is an old oil tower that was maintained after Expo98 in order to preserve the memory of the oil refinery and all the industrial area that that Park of Nations once was.

Walking Distance 7 mins, 500m
By Car 2 mins
Bordalo II art


A large part of the Lisbon experience is dining at one of the acclaimed restaurants by various rising Portuguese stars. Park of Nations area is full of excellent cafés and restaurants – all within a few minutes from Martinhal Residences by walk or car.


Oriental and Mediterranean Fusion Cuisine

Walking Distance0 mins, Ground Floor Martinhal

Cantinho do Avillez

Portuguese food

By Car 6 mins

The Old House

Asian food

By Car 7 min
Walking Distance 6 mins, 500m
By Car 2 mins

Fifty seconds

Michelin Star Restaurant

By Car6 mins

CUF Descobertas
Private hospital with 24h services, and special prices for Martinhal Residences Owners.

Walking Distance 2 mins, 750m
By Car 2 mins

Médis Parque das Nações
The clinic Médis has a dedicated medical team with experience in all dentistry areas. This clinic has a comfortable waiting area, with its own space for children to play and support from the patient manager who will accompany you during all the process and answer to all your questions.

Walking Distance 2 mins, 180m
By Car 1 mins

Clínica Lusíadas
The clinic Lusíadas has a team of specialized professionals with a new concept of proximity, extended opening hours and medical and surgical specialties.

Walking Distance12 mins, 900m
By Car3 mins
Hospital CUF Descobertas


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