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Good place to start after getting of nearly Baixa - Chiado station to explore area - nice statue that anchors the area.
They also had a giant Santa which was great for the kids to take photos in front of.
Also place to eat and...More
This is a nice small square that can serve as a good jumping off spot to the Bairo Alto. A landmark tranvia route 28 ends stops in the square. The place is lined with restaurants and cafe's, all overpriced. The monument in the middle makes...More
Not very large, quite the opposite, which makes it feel familiar with a friendly atmosphere. At night becomes very busy with live music, youngsters sitting on the steps of the statue of Luis Camoes or dancing around. Close to many restaurants, bars and my favourite...More
Crowdy and night place where you can meet new people or just find a place for a very good meal or drinks. Probably a very touristic place because the famouse tranvia route 28 ends up there on the line from Martin Moniz place.
Tuesday 9th October we were exploring and sightseeing in Lisbon and we saw this small Square in the centre of Lisbon. We were not actively looking for it was someplace we came across.
Within the Square there is a statue that commemorates Luis Vaz Camões...More
This is a bustling square and a gateway to many great areas of Bairro Alto and Chiado. There is a Tram 28 stop right here. In the center of the square is a great monument to 16th century poet Luis de Camoes, with a bronze...More
The Praça Luís de Camões (Largo do Camões) is named after Portugal’s most famous poet. It has a very central location close to the metro and is a meeting point for locals. On the square you’ll find a Portuguese quiosque, here you can fill up...More
Enjoy a cocktail, discover a jazz club, hit the dance floor or simply grab a beer and catch up with your friends in the street: Bairro Alto, Bica and Cais do Sodré are the core of it all. Amazing rooftops, restaurants, cafes, bars, art galleries, museums and theaters abound. Start off by admiring the river from the Santa Catarina belvedere, have a cocktail at PARK's rooftop bar, try a typical Portuguese steak, or
the fresh grilled fish, at Príncipe do Calhariz, and later explore the dozens of streets full of bars and clubs! Whether you're visiting for a day or a whole week, make sure you visit Bairro Alto and its surroundings.