Passeio pela Zona Histórica de Lisboa
Go down the Avenida da Liberdade and start on a discovery journey of the town historical centre. Here, you’ll find plenty of interesting points. At the Restauradores square the majestic Foz Palace, in its neo-classical style, and the frontispiece of the old cine-theatre Éden, with a modernist aspect stand out. Following through Rossio, you’ll find the National Theatre D. Maria II and the D. Pedro Statue. Now in the middle of downtown, venture trough the geometrical net of the streets that set up the urban unit built after the earthquake of 1755. Next, follow to Encosta da Sé and visit the Santo António church and, of course, the Lisbon See. After this, take a look at the city from the Santa Luzia Terrace and from the S. Jorge Castle. Step in through Alfama Quarter, one of the most beautiful in Lisbon, and visit the Fado and Portuguese Guitar House and strengthen in one of the typical restaurants in this area. In early afternoon start by the old Ribeira. There you will find the Casa dos Bicos and the Conceição Velha church. Follow the direction to Comércio Square and (or Terreiro do Paço), where the statue of D. José rises, next door to the municipality Square. Continue to Chiado and visit the Museum or take a peep at The National S. Carlos Theatre. Have a coffee at the Brasileira and walk to Bairro Alto. There you will find, São Roque church and, in its interior, the beautiful S. João Chapel. You must also visit the Arte Sacra Museum, next to the church, and then, to relax, enjoy a good Porto wine at the Solar do Vinho do Porto. Yet before the dusk, observe the old town through the Miradouro de São Pedro da Alcântara. When the night falls, try one of the tytical restaurants in the area and get to know the Lisbon Fado in one of the Houses of Fado at Bairro Alto. Finally, go down to the bars and discos at the Docas and have a good time.
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