The park is a perfect spot for a break from sightseeing in Cascais
This shady park was created in the 1940s and is often the site of family picnics.
When they’re not running around the lawn, children play by a duck pond, as parents sit in the sun or in the shade of palms and pine trees in the company of peacocks.
The park is dotted with sculptures
Dotted with sculptures, the park is also a cultural attraction, and is home to the Condes de Castro Guimarães Museum.
Avenida da República
Across the road from the park is the eye-catching contemporary building housing the Paula Rego Museum, while in the park itself is the castle-like Condes de Castro Guimarães Museum.