The eastern edge of Parque das Nações follows the river Tagus as it meanders north. Once a neighborhood victim to industrialization, the area witnessed major alterations on account of Expo ‘98. Expo '98 was a world fair hosted in Lisbon with the theme, “The Oceans, a heritage for the Future”.
This neighborhood has now become a futuristic, commercial hotspot. This has sent property prices in Parque das Nações soaring. Due to competition and the high cost of this Lisbon neighborhood, the vast majority of remote workers and expats have been priced out of the area. Nether-the-less, tourists continue to visit Parque das Nações. Often, drawn to the large shopping center and impressive structures.
🏠 Property prices: Very high
📸 Tourist density: Medium
🌳 Green areas and parks: A lot green
💻 Coworking density: Few coworkings
🌍 Nomad/expat popularity: Not very popular
📍 Distance from the city centre: Remote
🚌 Public transportation: Excellent
🚇 Access to metro: Yes
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🇬🇧 Canary Wharf of London
🇮🇹 EUR of Rome
🇳🇱 Zuid of Amsterdam
🌳 Green areas and parks: A lot of green Jardins da Água, Jardim do Cabeço das Rolas, Jardim das Ondas, Alameda dos Oceanos, Parque Urbano do Tejo e do Trancão, Jardim Garcia de Orta, Jardim dos Jacarandás
🥑 Local markets: Bazar no Parque, Mercado Agrobio do Parque das Nações
🏥 Hospitals: Hospital Cuf Descobertas (private)
🏊 Swimming pools: Orient Swimming Pool
🖥️ Coworking spaces: 4 Rocket Hub, IDEA Spaces, Big Idea, Área 44
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🚇 Metro: Orience (red), Moscavide (red)
🚂 Train stations (intercity): Oriente, Moscavide and Sacavem
🚌 Bus station (intercity): Estação Oriente
🏖️ Direct bus/train to the beach: No
🚲 Bike lanes density: High
💸 Average price: 5823 €/m2
📊 Comparison with the last year: +11,9 %
⚖️ Average price in Lisbon: 4595 €/m2