Welcome to the European Green Capital 2020 .
Get amazed by all the tiles and hills, learn more about the magic “Saudade”, meet its creative young community and most importantly see how this rebel city is evolving and turning into a hotspot for sustainability with its citizens always at the core of its ambitions.
Lisbon was awarded “European Green Capital 2020” in recognition of the work that the city has put into becoming greener over the past decade, especially in terms of building a people-friendly city and advances made in areas such as energy efficiency and water management.
Our Venues .
UFGC20 will take place in various venues that are all located in the heart of the city centre.
Pavilhão Carlos Lopes
Designed to be the Pavilion of Portuguese Industries in 1922 during the international exhibition of Rio de Janeiro, Pavilhão Carlos Lopes is now a unique venue for all kinds of events.
Parque Eduardo VII, Avenida Sidónio Pais, 1050 Lisboa
Initially designed as a plant shelter, the Lisbon Estufa Fria is a very special venue among pools, waterfalls, creeks, statues and hundreds of species of different plants from all over the world.
Parque Eduardo VII, Lisboa
Regarded as one of the best museums in Portugal, the Gulbenkian Museum can take you from Ancient Egypt to the present day across its two collections.
Avendia de Berna, 45 A | 1067-001 Lisboa
Lisbon’s creative land: The former brownfield area was turned into a creative hotspot that now hosts cafés, restaurants, shops, start-ups and event venues. With its extensive street art, a regular flea market and a very special book shop, it’s definitely a place to spend some hours.
R. Rodrigues de Faria 103 | 1300-501 Lisboa
Find your way .
This Google map gives you an overview about all the UFGC20 venues.
Field Trips will be added later on.