This is also the best station to access the Santo Amaro docks, where you can find lots of cosmopolitan bars, restaurants and night clubs by the riverside, just under the 25th April bridge.
Over 40 murals were painted by several artists belonging to the Portuguese Association of Urban Art (Apaurb) with the help of 400 volunteers.
They illustrate city views of Lisbon as well as some of the most iconic monuments of the city.
Unfortunately there is also a lot of graffiti, which saddens me because I can't understand why someone would want too deface a mural that beautifies a place.
If you enjoy looking at murals from around the world please click on this link
|The Alcantara-Mar station and a train|
|The 25th of April bridge across the River Tagus (see link 1 below)|
|A replica of Santa Luzia lookout (see link 1 below)|
|Campo Pequeno Bullring (which I hope is no longer used for bullfights)|
|The famous 28 vintage yellow tram that crosses many of Lisbon's tourist spots|
Fountain at the Sao Pedro de Alcantara Lookout and below the view over Lisbon and tile panel of the same lookout. (see link 2 below)
|Belem Tower on the left and Discoveries Monument on the right|
|The historic 18th century "Aguas Livres" Aqueduct in Lisbon|
2 - http://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com.au/2016/07/portugal-lisbon-iii_10.html