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On a walk through central Lisbon on Sunday, we stumbled upon the Largo to Carmo and soon chalked it up as another one of the neighborhoid spaces in the city that makes you feel how liveable it is here. We sat at the Quiosque, had...More
A nice square with historic links to the 1974 Revolution that overthrew the incumbent dictator relatively peacefully considering it was led by the military. The Republican Guard Museum is located alongside the square and so is the Convento Do Carmo ruins after it was damaged...More
We stayed at a hotel near Largo do Carmo and really loved the energy of the place. The location is terrific, situated next to the Carmo Convent ruins and very close to the top of the Santa Justa Lift. In the middle of the square...More
This square was our favourite square in Lisbon. Of course we didn't see them all staying only one week, but for us this had everything. Beautiful trees, great bars and restaurants, historical buildings with an exceptional church ruin and the lovely construction of the Santa...More
This is a square where you can enter the Convent of Carmo which is actually the ruins of a church.Its now a museum.
A grim reminder of the past natural disaster in 1755.
There is a nice look out view near the santa justa lift...More
An old, not very big square surrounded by old buildings. At one of its sides is Carmo Convent, the ruins of a church that collapsed at the big earthquake from 1755,that destroyed almost the entire town. Also, from this square you have access to the...More
The traditionally trendy "Chiado" (literally, "squeak", the nickname of a 16th century poet) offers plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars where you can stop for a cafe or cocktail, after exploring its streets, shops, art galleries, theaters, museums and viewpoints. It's also the home to the statue of the famous statue of portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa, having is usual espresso at "A Brasileira" as he used
to. You can also enjoy breathtaking views of Lisbon from the Elevador de Santa Justa or the Carmo Convent, for example. A commercial neighborhood at its core, especially for its Garrett and Carmo streets, Chiado is to this day a mandatory visit in Lisbon.