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Parque de Serralves informed, this Sunday, that it will reopen its doors to the public starting today, March 15th, following the easing of restrictions that already begins for the week in the country.
Between 10 am and 7 pm, any citizen can return to visit the formal gardens, the woods and a traditional farm in the most emblematic park in the city of Porto. You can also try the ‘Treetop Walk’, the walkway elevated to the top of the trees, in a privileged experience of observing biodiversity and the extensive Serralves Park.
Throughout the park, several works from the Serralves Museum Collection by some of the most relevant Portuguese and foreign artists are exhibited, as one of the most emblematic works by Louise Bourgeois, the work ‘Maman’, part of the exhibition ‘Deslaçar um Tormentento’, Olafur Eliasson, as the ‘The curious vortex’ or the three Human sculptures ‘time is movement (winter, spring, and summer)’, members of the exhibition ‘O V/Nosso Futuro é Agora’.
The permanence in parks and garden benches will be allowed, starting today, although the municipalities have the power to prohibit it, according to the decree-law that regulates the new State of Emergency.