Also known as Oriente, and home to Lisbon’s bus and rail stations, as well as the furthest metro stop near the camino.
As the name suggests, it is a large park and was the site of the 1998 Lisbon Expo. It remains a popular spot for locals and makes for the first green space to rest in since leaving Lisbon.
Well marked but not much to look at, the camino turns inland at Sacavém. The park ends in a parking lot and follows a wide joggers path along the canal. You will follow this canal inland, around a heavily developed hillside along the Rio Trancao, and then back to the Rio Tajo near Póvoa.