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Cidade Baixa, Lisbon
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
A main shopping and banking district, the pedestrianized Cidade Baixa, houses hundreds of stores and restaurants. Completely redesigned and reconstructed after the 1755 earthquake that devastated a large part of the city, this neighborhood boasts a grid layout that remains a living testimony to the Enlightenment ideas held dear by the 18th century city planners. Known locally as Lower Town, the elegant district represents one of the finest examples of earthquake-resistant architecture, featuring symmetrical wood lattices and inter-terrace walls designed for extra stability and fire containment. Explore the neighborhood by riding a tram, or watch the world go by from one of many alfresco cafes lining the area's neat streets. Use our Lisbon trip builder to visit Cidade Baixa on your trip to Lisbon, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Questo quartiere è nel cuore di Lisbona e può essere un ottimo riferimento per far partire la visita della città. La Baixa è stata interamente ricostruita dopo il terremoto del 1755 e come tale ha le ... read more »This district is in the heart of Lisbon and can be a good reference to start exploring the city. The Baixa was entirely rebuilt after the earthquake of 1755 and as such has the typical lines of time, wonderful!show original
ロシオ広場から南に広がる地区です。 碁盤の目のように道が通っていて、平坦なので歩きやすく、 レストランやカフェなども多いので宿泊するにもおすすめです。 地下鉄ロシオ駅や、シントラ行きの列車が出ているロシオ駅、トラム乗り場 も近くにあり観光の拠点としても便利です。It is from the Rossio Square lies to the South. And through road in the eyes of the go Board is recommended to stay flat, so easy to walk, so many restaurants, cafés and shops. Located near Rossio station, Rossio station there is a train to Sintra, tram stop is useful as a base for exploring.show original
We enjoyed a lovely afternoon here, shopping and watching the activities. There Are plenty of sidewalk cafes and benches for sitting. You will see Portuguese tiles on buildings. Sit and enjoy a refres... read more »
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