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Chiado

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Nelson & Lucia
May 30, 2021
Chiado / Baixa Rossio (Tram Station) - Amazing Building – have a “ginginha” – Portuguese liquor! Elevador de Santa Justa - 19th century lift used to transport passengers up a steep hill – amazing view! Largo do Carmo - Amazing Architecture & Carmo Convent. Armazéns do Chiado - Shopping. Santini Ice Cream (Outside Armazens do Chiado) – worth the queue. Coffee at "A Brasileira" (in Chiado) - one of the oldest coffee shops in Lisbon .
Chiado / Baixa Rossio (Tram Station) - Amazing Building – have a “ginginha” – Portuguese liquor! Elevador de Santa Justa - 19th century lift used to transport passengers up a steep hill – amazing view! Largo do Carmo - Amazing Architecture & Carmo Convent. Armazéns do Chiado - Shopping. Santin…
Paula
August 18, 2020
Trendy neighbourhood with cool coffee shops and clothing stores.
Tomasqm
October 26, 2019
Historic quarter built after the earthquake of 1755 that destroyed most of Lisbon
Duques Villa
April 15, 2022
Baixa & Chiado: As the beating heart of downtown Lisbon, the Bairro of Baixa with its gridded network of streets is one of the main focal points for the droves of tourists visiting Lisbon in their thousands every year. With a mass of hotels, cafes, bars and restaurants catering for the many visitors to these busy streets, the area also boasts stunning architecture with a sequence of three elegant squares lining the route from the foot of Avenida da Liberdade to the seafront. The principal square of the area, and true heart of the city, is Rossio (below) with its statue of Dom Pedro IV, water fountains and striking wave pattern stone paving. Rossio is also an important transport hub hosting bus, train and metro stations and at the northern end of the square sits Dona Maria II National Theatre. Neighbouring Rossio is the Baixa’s largest square Praca da Figueira. Home to the statue of King Joao I, the historical cafes Confeitaria Nacional and Pastelaria Suiça, the square also hosts seemingly endless flocks of pigeons. Please bear this in mind when looking upwards to the skies and the close-up view of nearby Castelo Sao Jorge! Venturing onwards down the pedestrian lined Rua Augusta, brings you through the spectacular Arco da Rua Augusta and out into the vast waterfront expanse of Praca do Comercio. Built on the site of the Old Royal Palace, the square is lined on three sides with arcades of bars and cafes hosted amongst its yellow walls, whilst at its southern end lies an unhindered view of the river Tagus and beyond to Almada. Majestically set centre stage is the statue of Joseph I on horseback, King of Portugal during the earthquake of 1755, the disaster which instigated the building of this magnificent waterfront area. Originally built to link the lowest point of Baixa with the highest point of Chiado (Largo do Carmo), the Santa Justa Elevator is a hugely prominent feature of the downtown skyline. This 145ft electrically powered, vertical elevator carries up to 24 passengers at a time. But, as befits a city with a seemingly endless supply of hills, get there early as this one remaining elevator is not surprisingly extremely popular with tourists (and locals) alike. Restored in the 1990’s following a devastating fire in 1988, cosmopolitan Chiado is also undoubtedly Lisbon’s most elegant neighbourhood. Home to Michelin star restaurants, Portugal’s only Opera House and the world’s oldest bookstore, Chiado is an extremely pleasant place for people to shop, stop for coffee or simply to stroll around. The main shopping area of Rua Garrett is bookended by the Aramazens do Chiado Mall and the glamourous “A Brasileira” café and the nearby Praca Luis de Camoes. Spectacular Churches and Theatres are well represented here before mention is even made of the National Museum of Contemporary Art which translates and displays Portuguese history from the mid-19th century to the present day. www.museuartecontemporanea.gov.pt
Baixa & Chiado: As the beating heart of downtown Lisbon, the Bairro of Baixa with its gridded network of streets is one of the main focal points for the droves of tourists visiting Lisbon in their thousands every year. With a mass of hotels, cafes, bars and restaurants catering for the many visitor…
Joana
December 1, 2021
Chiado is an elegant and bohemian neighborhood in Lisbon, between Bairro Alto and Baixa Pombalina. It is frequently compared to Paris’ Montmartre district, rebuilt after it was destroyed by a fire in 1998. The most famous streets are Rua do Carmo, which houses the ruins of a church by the same name and Rua Garrett, in the centre of Chiado. The square and its surrounding streets are full of famous cafés, theatres and museums. Bairro Alto, which is adjacent to Chiado, is rather alternative and is probably the best part of the city to find good fado restaurants. The streets are full of graffiti and laundry hanging outdoors. We suggest you take Rua da Misericordia to get to the Bairro Alto. The Praça Luís de Camões, where the Carnation Revolution took place, marks the border between Chiado and Bairro Alto. Getting to Chiado and Bairro Alto The easiest ways to get to these neighbourhoods is to take tram nº 28 and the Santa Just Lift or the Ascensor da Glória, located in Praça dos Restauradores. If you take the Santa Justa Lift, you’ll see the four blocks of houses that were burnt down on 25 August 1998. Things to do Chiado’s most famous café is called A Brasileira, where the poet Fernando Pessoa used to go, and up on its roof terrace there is even a bronze statue of the poet sitting at one of the tables. This café is very popular among tourists. From the Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcántara (viewpoint), you’ll enjoy wonderful views of Baixa, the Tagus River and the hill with São Jorge Castle on the summit.
Chiado is an elegant and bohemian neighborhood in Lisbon, between Bairro Alto and Baixa Pombalina. It is frequently compared to Paris’ Montmartre district, rebuilt after it was destroyed by a fire in 1998. The most famous streets are Rua do Carmo, which houses the ruins of a church by the same name…

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