Rock in chiado

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What to do in Chiado?

The National Museum of Contemporary Art of Chiado took over a former convent in 1911, and was completely renovated in 1994, when Lisbon was the European Capital of Culture.

How do I get to the Chinga Chiado?

Chiado can be reached by walking up Rua do Carmo from Rossio Square, or by taking the metro to Baixa-Chiado station (on the blue or green lines, exiting to Largo do Chiado). Tram 28 also makes a couple of stops in the neighborhood.

What are the new terraces in Chiado?

These terraces, previously occupied by police barracks, are part of Chiado’s renovation plan, projected by architect Álvaro Siza Vieira after the great 1988 fire in the neighborhood. They were designed to become a public recreational space, offering a beautiful view over Rossio Square and the castle.

What is the best way to explore Chiado district?

You can walk up and explore the hilly Chiado district or stay on flat ground and discover the Baixa district first. Starting from the top of Chiado hill gives you a nice vantage point of the city.

What are the best places to stay in Chiado?

Hotel do Chiado is a 4-star boutique bolthole that affords guests iconic views of the citys castle, river and cathedral. Another boutique option is the 5-star Hotel Bairro Alto, which also offers guests a stunning panorama from its rooftop terrace.

Where is Baixa/Chiado?

Baixa-Chiado District Guide: Baixa Lisbon and Chiado Lisbon are some of the most visited areas of the city, and make a great introduction to Lisbon. Get to know Baixa and Chiado with this insider’s guide to these two central Lisbon neighborhoods. Disclosure: This Lisbon Baixa / Chiado district guide contains affiliate links.

What makes South Chiado so special?

Updated to contemporary taste and comfort, South Chiado features the clever and charming system devised by Marquês de Pombal in the 18th Century. Carefully designed to bring joy and ease to your day, this residential building puts family life back in the spotlight of downtown Lisbon.

What happened to the Chiado area?

The restoration of the Chiado area, due to a fire in 1988, has been gradually implemented, and some buildings that were destroyed, and others that were left intact, still required renovation, like so many others outside the area. Save this picture! Save this picture! Save this picture!

How do I get to the Chinga Chiado?

Chiado can be reached by walking up Rua do Carmo from Rossio Square, or by taking the metro to Baixa-Chiado station (on the blue or green lines, exiting to Largo do Chiado). Tram 28 also makes a couple of stops in the neighborhood.

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