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Park of Nations property market in 2022 / 2023 – Prices per sqm meter to buy a home in Lisbon – Portugal

The Park of Nations housing market report in 2022-2023 summarises key trends in real estate prices in this area of Lisbon. The analysis covers residencial prices (houses, villas, apartments) and new developments. The report primarily draws on publicly available datasets. This housing market report is updated regularly.


What is the average purchase price of a home in Park of Nations?

Information updated: October 10, 2022

Park of Nations prices per sqm in 2022 ~ 6 700€

Information on the average purchase price for a home in Park of Nations. Average property prices per sqm and by category of property (flat/apartment/villa/house)

LocationProperty typeAverage selling price per sqm
Park of NationsFlat / Apartment6 700€/sqm

A word from Park of Nations’s real estate expert in Lisbon

«While up to 2 years ago the price per square metre in Parque das Nações was one of the most expensive in the city, it is now the turn of the historical districts to take top billing.»

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At a Glance

Welcome to Park of Nations

Expo, a modern and residential district dating from 1997 located to the east of the city centre of Lisbon on the bank of the Tagus, offers a wide choice of functional apartments with terraces and views over the river. Expo is a bit like a new city, taking shape after the 1998 Universal Exhibition. It can be considered as a success, and it is certainly a lot more than just a “dormitory” city. Everything has been designed for the comfort of its inhabitants with modern and comprehensive infrastructures. It is a real pleasure to take a stroll, skate or cycle along the converted Tagus quays. Of course, opinions are split but this district certainly does not leave anyone indifferent.

The city centre is 20 minutes away.

Thanks to its proximity and communion with the river, Nations Park has a modern marina with 600 pleasure boat berths and great conditions for hosting nautical sports events. The same yachting port also accommodates larger vessels, including cruise ships and historical vessels.

Good to know

  • This district was created to host the Universal Exposition in 1998. It is today a very lively area, a vibrant and modern part of the “new” Lisbon.
  • Right on the doorstep are the MOE Arena (formerly Pavilhão Atlântico) for shows and concerts, the Lisbon Aquarium (Oceanário de Lisboa) for a visit of the seabed and the Lisbon Casino to attempt to win the jackpot!
  • Along with Helsinki, Lisbon is considered the safest capital in Europe. Violent crimes are virtually non-existent in the Portuguese capital and it is worth noting that Nations Park is the safest district in Lisbon. Very low criminality in Nations Park therefore make this district the ideal location to live and enjoy leisurely and relaxing moments.

Some figures…

  • Carcavelos Beach: 30 minutes by train (Cais do Sodré)
  • Cascais: 40 minutes by car
  • Airport: Humberto Delgado Lisbon Airport : 9 minutes’ drive
  • Train station: Rossio Train Station : 20 minutes’ drive
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Park of Nations is located in the northeastern part of the city

The Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is the striking modern side to historic and traditional Lisbon

The location of the Nations Park is also ideal for quick access to the rest of the city and the rest of the country. Gare do Oriente brings together in one location many urban, regional and inter-regional links with high-speed trains, trains, the metro, buses or taxis. From there, you can go anywhere in the country as well as connect with France and Spain. For those who prefer to travel by car, the district is very close to all major roads. Motorways going towards the north, south and Spain are only a few minutes from Nations Park, ensuring easy journeys, free from the city centre traffic. Lisbon’s international airport is just “around the corner”, ideal for frequent travellers.

There are plenty of shops on offer in the Nations Park area, notably the Vasco da Gama shopping centre. Here you will not only find all essential stores, but also well-known and popular brands. There are also many restaurants of interest for lovers of good food. Even for demanding shoppers looking for exclusivity and luxury brands who also have the Avenida da Liberdade, the world’s 35th most expensive street in the world on their doorstep!

Nations Park is also worth considering if studying and education is a priority. There are several public and private schools in the area, from nursery to high school. The Superior School of Health Technologies is also located in the district.

For higher education, it is worth noting that even though the university is not located in Nations Park, the university campus, home to several prestigious universities, is very accessible by public transport. Nations Park is only a few minutes away from anywhere in the city. One of the benefits of living in Nations’ Park is that you can prepare for the day ahead in a quiet and beautiful spot right in the middle of town.

Culturally, Nations Park probably offers the best mix of diversity and quality in the city. Here you will find the Atlantic Pavillion, one of the largest and most versatile shows and concert venues in Portugal as well as the head office of the Portuguese National Ballet, the Camões Theatre and the Lisbon Casino. These venues provide a huge selection of shows and concerts. On top of being a gambling and entertainment venue, the Lisbon Casino is also glamorous and cosmopolitan, a location where the most diverse people and cultures mix.

Nations Park is a perfect example of how all cities should be: many pleasant areas embracing nature, excellent infrastructure, modern spaces catering for the most discerning…

Around the block

Have a good time attending a concert at one of Lisbon’s mythical venues. Built in 1998 for Expo 98, the Altice Arena can welcome 20,000 spectators.
More than just an aquarium, the Lisbon Oceanarium (Oceanário de Lisboa), on the banks of the Tagus in the north-east of Lisbon is also one of the city’s architectural interests.
Visit the Vasco da Gama shopping centre, a large, modern if not even avant-garde shopping centre. You will notice that the curved roof of the arcades is cooled by cascading water.

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