Tivoli Oriente Lisboa
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Vasco de Gama Bridge

From the North or from Lisbon's International Airport:
When you leave Arrivals at the airport, you must follow the indication, "Parque das Nações - Gare do Oriente". After having gone through the square you will find some traffic lights ahead of you which will give a direct access to the Avenida de Berlim. At the end of it and having passed under the Oriente Station, you will find the Tivoli Oriente Hotel on your right. WELCOME.
From the Vasco da Gama Bridge (South) and the A1 (North):
After crossing the Vasco da Gama Bridge, coming from the south, you will turn to LISBOA- 2ª CIRCULAR. When you get to the Entreposto square, you will turn right on the traffic lights, following the indication LISBOA - GARE DO ORIENTE.
You must go straight in the first traffic lights, then you turn to the second street on the left and then turn to the Avenida de Berlim, the first on the right. After the Oriente Station you will be able to see the Tivoli Oriente Hotel on the right.
From the NORTH:
You must follow the indication EXPO98 - GARE DO ORIENTE until you get to the Entreposto square. Then, you must follow the same instructions for those coming from the south.
From the center of the city:
From the Marquês de Pombal Square (also known as the "Rotunda"), you will head towards the Restauradores Square through the beautiful Avenida da Liberdade. When you arrive at the Rossio Square, you will take the Ouro street. When you get to to the Comércio Square, close to the river Tagus, you turn left (the river will be by your side) to the Avenida Infante D. Henrique. There, you will follow the indications, "EXPO 98". At the end, after arriving at the GALP tower, you will turn to the Avenida D. João II. When you go along this avenue, you will find the Tivoli Oriente Hotel on your left. After having passed the Vasco da Gama Shopping Center, you must go back to the other side of the Avenida D. João II.

Torre de Belem St.  Georges Castle View from river Tejo
Oriente Station  

Lisbon can best be seen by strolling through the typical neighbourhoods of Alfama or Bairro Alto, hopping on board a tram, taking a boat along the river, or even by using Lisbon's underground, with its decorative stations, many of which are true works of art by well-known Portuguese artists. Apart from the vast choice of museums throughout the city, a visit to Belém - west of the city - is an absolute must, with its gardens, the Torre de Belém and the Jerónimos Monastery, both classified by UNESCO as world heritage. Next door, the modern Centro Cultural de Belém, the 18th century Coach Museum and the never-to-be-forgotten local pastries, the Pastéis de Belém. East of the city, the brand new Parque das Nações (ex-Expo'98) with a variety of leisure attractions, including the Oceanarium, widely considered to be one of the best in the world.


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