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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
This is a small kiosk on the corner of a very busy square. There’s a small amount of seating which was nice. Unfortunately even though it was on the menu they were completely out of beer. We were forced to try other drinks which were...More
Very busy square, the hub for all the tourist trams and for pick pockets. There is a food market some days which is particularly busy with locals on Saturdays. We couldn’t find a seat anywhere but the food on the stalls looked great. Not a...More
A common square...nothing special here. Not big, paved, surrounded by banal buildings(only one exception, a beautiful church, Igreja do Loreto) and with a statue of Luis de Camoes in the middle. At less than 500m from here you can find Carmo Convent and Santa Justa...More
It's worth searching this square out, situated on the border between the Chiado and Biarro Alto districts for the statues of the classical Portuguese authors and the large statue and pedestal of 16th century poet Luis de Camões which dominates this small square.
This is not the largest square in Lisbon but it loses nothing in its charm as a result, surrounded by shops, restaurants it is a great place to while away some time.
There is a number 28 tram stop on the northern side, if you...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.