Attractions Praça da Figueira

Praça da Figueira: Lisbon’s Old Market

In between the adjacent Rossio and Martim Moniz, Praça da Figueira is home to Confeitaria Nacional, the oldest patisserie in Lisbon, founded in 1829. This historic square also has a number of hotels, stores and cafés.

Attractions Teatro Dona Maria II

Teatro Nacional Dona Maria II

Founded in 1846, Teatro Dona Maria II is located in a grand neoclassical building on the north side of the Rossio. The National Theatre was created for the purpose of developing and promoting the performing arts in Portugal.

Attractions Terreiro do Paço

Terreiro do Paço – Lisbon’s Gateway

With beautiful eighteenth century symmetrical buildings and arcades facing the River Tejo, the Terreiro do Paço is one of the most important squares in Lisbon.
The large open space, mostly pedestrian, is a must-see destination for visitors to Lisbon.

Where to Stay Hotels and apartments in Rossio

Apartment Hotels in Baixa & Rossio

From budget studio flats to luxury apartments, there is a great variety of self-catering options in the Baixa neighbourhood. Right in the heart of Lisbon, this area, filled with historic squares, museums, shops, cafés and restaurants, opens up to the River Tejo.

Traveller Information Lisbon Tourism

Lisbon’s Tourist Offices

Lisbon’s official tourist office is the Lisboa Welcome Centre, and the starting point to visit the city. The main office is located at Praça do Comércio supplying essential information about the city.

Where to Stay Cheap Hostels

The 7 Best Lisbon Hostels in Baixa & Rossio

The Baixa and Rossio are great neighbourhoods to stay in Lisbon with plenty of attractions nearby, a great choice of restaurants, cafés, and well served by public transport. Choose the best and cheapest hostel that best suits your needs.

Attractions Nucleo Arqueológico

Núcleo Arqueológico – Archaeological Nucleus

Discover a hidden and fascinating archaeological museum beneath the streets of the Baixa. Take a guided tour that goes through the cramped tunnels and distinct layers that uncover several periods of Lisbon’s occupation. Admission is free.

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