A vibrant and cosmopolitan area
Parque das Nações, a noble part of the city, with the river on the background.
The Myriad by SANA Hotels is located in eastern Lisbon, on the Parque das Nações area (site of the 1998 World Expo, known as Expo 98).
Today, Parque das Nações is one of the city’s main centres, and home to several companies and multinationals, in addition to some of the most emblematic leisure areas.
- Lisbon International Fair – FIL (400 m)
FIL is a space dedicated to events, fairs and large-scale exhibitions, composed of 4 pavilions, each with more than 10,000 m2.
- Atlântico Pavillion / Meo Arena (750 m)
This is the venues in Portugal, with a capacity for 20,000 people. The pavillion hosts more than 100 shows a year, including concerts, private events and exhibitions.
- Vasco da Gama Shopping Centre (at 1.5 Km)
The name comes from Vasco da Gama, discoverer of the sea route to India. Its interior is inspired by the sea, with fish and marine animals on the ceiling, in the elevators, in the bathrooms, in the shops and with water flowing from the roof. The Shopping Centre has 206 shops and restaurants, 10 movie theatres, health club, supermarket, playground and a car park with more than 2,700 parking spaces.
- Lisbon Oceanarium (at 1.5 Km)
Opened during the Expo 98, the Lisbon Oceanarium is one of the largest aquariums in Europe and the most visited cultural space of Portugal, with about 1 million people a year. The space offers a variety of activities from guided tours, thematic workshops, lectures, concerts for babies, birthday parties, and even the possibility of spending a special night side by side with the sharks.
See the Leisure Dream and Family Dream experiences, where you will find this space’s activities packs.
- Lisbon Casino (at 1.4 Km)
The Lisbon Casino opened in 2006 and stands out as a modern and cosmopolitan space. The 1,000 slot machines, the 22 game tables and several bars and three restaurants are distributed along the Casino’s 3 floors. To complement the offer, the Oceanos Auditorium presents a wide range of performances ranging from theatre to dance, from opera to rock.
- Knowledge Pavilion (at 1.7 Km)
Opened during the Expo 98, this is an interactive space dedicated to science and technology. Featuring several exhibitions in a spirit of play, intended to demystifying science and making it accessible to everyone. Most of the exhibitions include visitor interaction features, to encourage an active and relaxed exploration of the space.
- Leisure areas (at 140 m)
Parque das Nações follows the banks of the Tagus River along 5 Km, combining architecture, art and nature. One third of the grounds are occupied by green areas of various types. Several restaurants and bars complement the space, offering a range of different national and international cuisines. For sports lovers, the area also offers jogging and cycling circuits.