Central Lisbon is best explored on foot, and this great walk will take from the Bairro Alto to Cais do Sodré by the River Tejo, passing through Chiado. It includes viewpoints, churches, an opera house and a museum, cafés, and places where you can eat and recharge during your walk.
Browsing: Chiado & Bairro Alto
Get to know Lisbon’s Chiado and Bairro Alto and their top tourist attractions. Follow our guide to the Chiado and Bairro Alto in central Lisbon: two popular neighbourhoods for visitors and locals who enjoy shopping, theatre, restaurants, bars, history and culture.
Discover the best spots in the Bairro Alto to experience fado in Lisbon. Our top picks include dinner-and-show places as well as less expensive fado houses.
Chiado is a Lisbon neighbourhood known for its antique cafés, bookshops and elegant boutiques. Bairro Alto is the centre of Lisbon’s nightlife. These are the most vibrant areas for shopping, shows, culture and history as well as food and drink in Lisbon.
From historic stores to big brands and designer clothing, Chiado and Bairro Alto offer some of the best streets for shopping in Lisbon.
Bairro Alto is central in Lisbon’s nightlife, being the area with the highest concentration of bars and clubs. Read about some of the most popular spots.
Join a 3-hour small-group walking tour in Chiado, Bairro Alto and Bica, three of the neighbourhoods that form the soul of Lisbon.
Enjoy a Fado show, the musical expression of Lisbon’s melancholic soul – a mix of nostalgia (saudade), hope, pride and conformism.
Chiado is one of the best areas to stay in a visit to Lisbon. Find out about the best deals matching comfortable accommodation and the finest luxury hotels in Chiado.
From luxury apartments to studio flats, there is a great variety of self-catering options in Lisbon. Here’s a selection in Chiado and Bairro Alto, two of the best areas in Lisbon for shopping, shows, culture and history, as well as food and drink.
Chiado and Bairro Alto are great neighbourhoods to stay in Lisbon with plenty of attractions nearby, places to eat and chill out. Find the best hostels in this area and explore the old Lisbon on a budget.
Connecting Largo do Calhariz and Rua de São Paulo, the nineteenth century funicular, ascends one of Lisbon’s steepest hills, crossing the Bica district and leading up to the Bairro Alto neighbourhood.
Igreja de São Roque has a Renaissance façade that hides a surprising and exuberant interior of gold, marble and azulejos (hand-painted tile panels).