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All reviews beautiful square beer museum rua augusta big square open square king jose triumphal arch street performers lots of shops tagus river royal palace nice walk sunny day walk around city archway praca
You can take the metro to Restauradores and walk to this area. It is crowded and prices were a bit higher than some other area. The arch is a must see and very pretty. Be sure to purchase roasted chestnuts from one of the stands...More
Even with the large number of tourists - the visit was outstanding for also taking in the local vendors and café experience. The Mimes were a bonus for families and children alike. I met a young man from upstate New York dressed as a Native...More
Walking down the Rua De Agusta people watching and looking at shops , you can see see arch at the end of the street. You can see the arch at the end of the street, which open up to the Praca de Commercio and the...More
For me one of the most beautiful places in Lisbon. Next to underground bus station and Tram. It has a spectacular view of the Tejo River. If you want to climb the Triomphe Arc you will have a fantastic view. To visit for those who...More
This is a lovely street which leads eventually to the famous Rosio square. It is lined with lots of shops and souvenir shops and eating joints. In the evening the tables and chairs are set out on the road by the restaurants with heating lamps....More
This is a mandatory place. Go with the flow of people and enjoy the many coffee shops, restaurants, stores of all kinds... Discover the ancient architecture mixed with the modern influences and walk under the arch coming from Rua Augusta to find a massive open...More
When I arrive in Lisbon, one of the first things I like to do is walking down the Rua Augusta until the Terreiro do Paço and the Tejo river. It has a very harmonious architectural ensemble. The whole “Baixa” is full of interesting little shops.
A pending candidate to become a World Heritage Site, Lisbon's downtown (the "Baixa Pombalina", or simply "Baixa") is a perfect example of anti-earthquake construction, having been rebuilt following the 1755 earthquake by the famous Marquês de Pombal (hence its name). Its offer is vast: restaurants and cafes in Rossio and Restauradores, outlets and shops in the Áurea, Augusta, Prata and other famous streets, the
imponent Praça do Comércio and its Arch, the luxury shops along the Avenida da Liberdade, this is the beating heart of the city center. The Baixa also grants easy access to trains leading to Sintra, the trams that go around the Castle hill, old neighborhoods or even take you to Belém, and Lisbon's traditional restaurants and cafes. Considering a visit to the Fashion and Design Museum (free entrance) and don't forget to try the famous liquor, "ginjinha"!