Chiado, Lisbon

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Shop at traditional and modern establishments in Chiado, the popular neighborhood that has existed since Roman times. Chiado Square and its surrounding area make up this district and are known for their lively shopping streets, especially the popular Carmo and Garrett streets. As you explore the square, look for Costa Mota's bronze statue of poet Antonio Ribeiro. Spend time at one of the neighborhood's lovely cafes; some are known for famous customers, including poet Fernando Pessoa. While the area was greatly affected by a fire in 1988, most of its buildings have been restored in an ongoing restoration project. Plan my trip to Lisbon with suggested itineraries provided by Inspirock.
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  • Chiado Square has buildings, historic churches, commerce and good food options (mainly cafes). Although it is located in the upper part you can arrive by subway. Yes, the blue line, leave you at Chiado. When descending, at Baixa Chiado station just climb the huge escalators. Very practical. The movement on site is day and night.
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  • We stayed in an apartment on Rua Garrett in Chiado district. Easy walking to water front, Alfama district and 10 minute Uber to Belam area. Lots to see and experience, my wife and I just strolled the ...  more »
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