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Just walked along the Ribeira das Naus, had some lunch at the Time Out Market and walked up to this beautiful square.
Coming from the waterfront it's a bit of a steep climb, depending on what direction you come from (and I had a Bulldog...More
We grabbed some takeaway coffees and Custard Tarts from Manteigaria which is just off the corner of the square here. There is an impressive statue in the middle you can sit down under, and you can look from the statue all the way down to...More
A busy and popular public square named after the great Portuguese poet Luís de Camões, where there's also a monument in his honour. Like many European public squares, this also have cafes and restaurants to sit and watch the world go by. Actually, the bakery...More
In the center of this square stands the monument of the 16th century epic poet Luis de Camoes, one of the most important poets of Portugal. The square, located on the border between Chiado and Bairro Alto, is a lively place filled with visitors who...More
Named after Portugal's most revered poet whose statue stands prominently in the middle of the square. I think the pedestal is beautiful.Like everywhere in old Lisbon, you are never far away from a cafe or a restaurant.
We happened upon this square with its statue on several occasions as we explored this end of the city - it proved helpful to get our bearings. And there are some interesting attractions nearby, including several churches and reputedly one of the best pasteis de...More
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
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.