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Located right next to the Tagus Estuary, the Pavilion of Portugal is close to the capital’s airport and city centre. It’s a part of Parque das Nações, a leisure, commercial and residential area, and the most modern neighbourhood in Lisbon.
If you’re arriving a few days before or leaving a few days after the event, you have lots to discover, preferably on foot or on one of the yellow trams that clatter through the streets of Europe’s second-oldest capital.
Pavilion of Portugal
Alameda dos Oceanos
1990-221 Lisboa, Portugal
38º 45′ 57″N 9º 05’42″W
You can easily get to the venue either by public or private transportation
Flying over to Lisbon’s central Portela Airport, the Pavilion of Portugal is conveniently 3km away.
You can then rent a car or jump on the metro.
Take the red line and stop at “Oriente” station. If you’re coming directly from the airport, it’s just three stops away.
The nearest bus stop is 200m away on Avenida Dom João II. Take bus number 728, which will take you to and from the centre of Lisbon. Cross the street to Rua do Caribe, and you will shortly be arriving at the venue.
…get into Av. Berlim, follow until you reach the Vasco da Gama roundabout. Take the first exit towards Av. Dom João II, and you’re there.
…get into Av. Marechal Gomes da Gosta, follow until you reach the Expo 98 roundabout. Take the second exit towards Alameda dos Oceanos, continue straight and at the next roundabout take the first exit onto Av. Ulisses. On the following roundabout, take the first exit towards Av. Dom João II, and continue for 300 meters. That’s it.
You can always find some parking spaces on the streets around the venue or even inside the Vasco da Gama shopping mall (paid parking).
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