The fall edition of the Open Gardens brought some news and gave us a fresh look at the city’s gardens. From the courtyards to the palaces and private gardens, through the submerged forests and waves of Parque das Nações, there were dozens of activities and spaces to visit on October 26th and 27th.
We spoke with Tomás Tojo, from the Festival production team, who explained that the programming is intended to be “very diverse and that has to do with different approaches to the garden. From the case of the Submerged Forests in the Oceanarium to the courtyards, the palaces, we always try to present these different approaches, these different ‘faces’. ”
At the Open Gardens Festival, you can discover Lisbon’s largest gardens, such as Monteiro Mor Park or the Belém Palace gardens, or small private gardens and courtyards, such as the Botanical Garden and Library, João and Teresa private Courtyard, among many others.
By 2020 the Open Gardens will be back and part of the Green Capital schedule. Don’t miss it!