Bacalhôa Buddha Eden
Tel: +351 262 605 240
3.0 Stars written by Ricardo Saraiva
A nice garden to visit at an affordable price.
- Kids till 12 don't pay
There are lots of several landscapes to visit and take photos.
What I consider that should be improved:
- lack of differentiated restrooms (yes, man and woman use both the same toilette);
- no facilities for baby diapers change;
- the small cafeteria found inside the garden has no big options: lots of sugar added "food" and some pre-cooked pizzas and pastries - if you want to eat something healthier, I advise you to bring from home.
Other than this, I think it's a must go in the region.
5.0 Stars written by wkd_lil_law
Wow what a gem, do visit if you have a car and fancy getting out Lisbon for some peace and quiet!
Cannot recommend this place strongly enough. Just beautiful.
5.0 Stars written by Peter Collins
Mind blowing place to visit. Spectacle of a copy of the Terracotta Army is well worth the visit as are the many and varied Buddha statues. Gardens and art displays are many and varied. The entrance fee is well spent as you can be in the Garden all day and very relaxing surroundings.
4.0 Stars written by Claudio Tavares
Immense garden, well inspired by buddist architecture/sculpture/gardening landscape. You pay for the entrance but I found it to be cheap. My only concern was the fact it was not yet complete, it also felt like they weren't finishing anytime soon. There are several areas and themes, it took a while to see it all and I don't think I actually saw it all. I recommend it if you're looking for something different.
5.0 Stars written by James Waters
Very interesting afternoon.. Seems a lot of money has been put into this.. Love the giant buddhas, the Tori gates and the forest with all the small guys.. Felt like i didnt want to miss any!