Lisbon is a symbol of elegance and class that does not leave any kind of doubt, it affects to be unique and exclusive and enchants from anywhere
you are positioned along the majestic Tagus river dominated by the two huge bridges Vasco de Gama in the north of the city in
the surroundings Parque das Nacoes Expo 98 site area with its 18 km the longest in Europe, and 25 de Abril bridge overlooking
the picturesque Alcantara district and LX Factory multiarea in the north of the city.
Let's discover together Lisbon most famous Barrios walking among Baixa, Barrio Alto, Chado, Alfama,
Alcantara and Belem.
Barrio Alto is one of the most fascinating Lisbon barrios reachable from Baixa
through the characteristic tram able to climb along steep climbs. Do not miss a break at the famous and popular Pastelaria Padaria Sao Roque in Rua Dom Pedro V
at number 57 for a breakfast to remember.
Chado wander off and run before the great Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa at the Brasileira coffee and then the statue of Antonio Ribera said el Chado .
Walking around largo Chado and stop in front of the great Portuguese poet Ferdinando Pessoa marble in front of Brasileira bar and
the one from Antonio Ribera known as el Chado.
Nice to get lost in the winding Chiado streets along the elegant Rue Garrett and the beautiful Carmo
Gothic church on the charming Largo do Carmo square.
Baixa is the most elegant Lisbon barrios along the street of shops and chic hotels Avenida de Liberdade and the two
beautiful Rossio and Commercio squares.
Located just under 10 km from the Baixa and within walking distance through a highly enjoyable walk along the Tagus or more comfortably with frequent trams, Barrio Belem, known for the UNESCO Heritage of the Belem Tower was built to celebrate the discovery of the Indies Vasco de Gama and the Jeronimos Monastery which houses the remains of the famous navigator as well as the poet Luis de Camoes, and since 1985 also the Portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa. Located just under 10 km from the Baixa and within walking distance through a highly enjoyable walk along the Tagus river or by tram, Belem Barrio, known for Belem Tower UNESCO Heritage built to celebrate Vasco de Gama Indies discovery and for Jeronimos Monastery which houses the remains of the navigator and poet Luis de Camoes and since 1985 also ones of the famous Portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa.
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