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Parque de Alvalade

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Carla
Carla
September 17, 2015
Parque / Zona de lazer ideal para passeios, corridas e práticas desportivas.
Cláudia
Cláudia
September 17, 2016
Very nice, quiet park, out of the beaten touristic path!
Ana E Lucien
Ana E Lucien
September 6, 2015
Nice park to walk, run or just feel the nature...
Luis
Luis
August 18, 2014
For a stroll its very nice
Maria José
Maria José
March 22, 2014
Alvalade Park: Esplanada da Mata is a kiosk in the middle of a city park.This is a well-kept secret located in the middle of a 10 ha park. Art & culture, Coffee & tea, Relaxing, Snacks

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