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Baixa is Lisbon’s historic heart and commercial center. Neoclassical architecture, built after the 1755 earthquake, surrounds Commerce and Rossio squares. Bustling pedestrianized streets are lined with traditional seafood restaurants and souvenir shops. The National Museum of Contemporary Art, in…
The shopping street. From old and traditional to international and modern. You name it!
To come by underground: In the airport there's a underground station. You will be in red line. You must take the train and Go until “Alameda station”. When you're there, you must change to Green line and Go until “baixa-chiado station”. When you arrive there, you must take the "rua do crucifixo"…
Most of Baixa, the ‘lower neighborhood’ was ruined during Lisbon’s catastrophic Earthquake of 1755, and rebuilt during the decades that followed to become as one of the trendiest parts of the city. Today, it attracts visitors with its Pombaline architecture (a Portuguese style derived in the 18th…
•Convento do Carmo (Carmo Convent) - founded in 1389, ruined during the 1755 Lisbon’s earthquake and its reconstruction began sometime in 1393; •Elevador de Santa Justa (Santa Justa lift) – this is a unique attraction. There’s an observatory platform with panoramic views; •Arco da Rua Augusta (Rua…
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