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Figueira Square
The Figueira square is located next to Martim Moniz square. In the 15th century a big hospital was built on this...
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Santa Justa Elevator
The Santa Justa Elevator was built in 1902 by Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, and is one the the most interesting...
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Downtown Lisbon
The downtown of Lisbon also known as Baixa Pombalina, was totally rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake by Marquês de Pombal...
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Rua Augusta
Rua Augusta is the main street of Baixa Pombalina, linking Terreiro do Paço and Rossio square. It is a long pedestrian...
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Gloria Elevator
The Gloria elevator links the Restauradores square to the typical Bairro Alto (the stop is next to the wonderful Miradouro...
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Saint Georges Castle
The St. George’s castle is located in one of the highest hills of Lisbon, and the first construction dates back...
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Tram nr 28
Starts and ends its route just in front of the Hotel Mundial. It is a vintage tram which take passengers on...
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Alfama
Alfama is one of the most typical quarters in Lisbon, and it is very much worth a visit to better...
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Fado Museum
Situated in the typical Alfama district, the Museum of Fado also known as the House of Fado and Portuguese Guitar,...
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Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa)
The Lisbon Cathedral started to be built in 1147, after the conquest of Lisbon from the moors by D. Afonso...
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Santo Antonio Church
The church of Santo António is located close to the Lisbon Cathedral, and it is said to be built over...
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Feira da Ladra
This is the oldest market still taking place in Lisbon, dating from the middle ages (13th century). The name Feira da...
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São Domingos Church
Situated right next to the Rossio square, this church dates from the 13th century, and is famous for keeping a...
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São Carlos National Theatre
The São Carlos National Theatre is the main Opera House in Lisbon. It was inaugurated in 1793 by Queen Mary I,...
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Carmo Convent Ruins
The Carmo Convent was built in 1389, and is one of the testimonies left by the 1755 earthquake. It used to...
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Terreiro do paço
Also known as Praça do Comércio, is one of the largest squares in Europe with around 36000 square meters. The name...
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Rossio Square
Also know by D. Pedro IV Square, it has been for many centuries the heart of Lisbon. Right in the center...
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Rossio Train Station
Built in 1886, the Rossio Train station is a masterpiece and a romantic recreation of the Manueline style, designed by...
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Coliseu dos Recreios
Coliseu is one of the most important concert halls of Lisbon and is located in the beautiful Rua das Portas...
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São nicolau church
The lovely São Nicolau Church is situated right in the Baixa quarter, on the historical Lisboa city centre, in Prata...
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São Roque Church
The legendary Saint Roque Church is situated in the typical Bairro Alto old quarter, in the heart of the historical...
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Bairro Alto
Address: Bairro Alto, Lisbon Bairro Alto is one of the most typical quarters of Lisbon, with its narrow streets and old...
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Chiado
Chiado is one of the noblest quarters in Lisbon, situated between Baixa and Bairro Alto. Here you can find the trendiest...
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Ginginha do Rossio
This bar, named for the cherry brandy for which is famous, is a must for visitors in Lisbon. It has a...
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