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Cable Car
The Cable Car provides an air trip over the whole of the Park of Nations, along the river Tagus.
Cable Car
To tour the Nations Park, visitors can ride the Teleférico that runs the full length of the site, parallel to the river, while giving commanding views along the way. This trip is about 1000 meters long.
Cable Car: quick way to travel from one end of the Park of Nations to the other
Cable Car: EXPO '98 area
Oceanarium Building: in Park of Nations

address: Torre Vasco da Gama/Oceanarium
Metro: Oriente
Bus: 725,728,744,708,750,759,782,794
Nearby locations
The 140m-high Torre Vasco da Gama at the Parque das Nações has panoramic views of the park, river and city and Vasco da Gama Bridge. It is Lisbon’s tallest building.
This region os Lisbon, which hosted the world exhibition of 1998 (Expo 98), offers much to suit varied interests. Contrary to historical center, Parque das Nações attracts its visitors with its 21st century modern architecture.
Vasco de Gama Shopping Mall is located in the entrance of the Nations Park, between two striking twin towers designed to look like giant sailboats.
One of the most stunning modern sights in Lisbon is Oriente Station. It houses a railway station, a metro, and a bus terminal.
From the coral reefs to the frozen waters of the South Pole, here you will find it all. Lisbon’s Oceanarium is one of the world’s largest aquariums. It brings together more than 25,000 specimens of high seas in 7,000,000 liters of salty water. It is enjoyed by both children and adults.
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