It is one of the less known green spaces which makes it more peaceful and ideal for strolling, relaxing or playing sports.
Designed by the same author of Parque da Cidade – the landscape architect Sidónio Pardal – Parque Oriental benefits from the proximity of Rio Tinto and many of the routes are old rural roads that crossed the fields. This quiet and bucolic setting, dominated by pines and cork trees, is perfect for relaxing or escaping the heat on the warmest days of summer.
The wild flowers and some examples of camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas lend more color to this space, making it even more enjoyable for those who like to be in contact with nature.
With nine hectares in length, this park is also ideal for walking, running or cycling, often receiving initiatives designed to promote physical activity.
Alameda de Azevedo, Porto