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Bonnie & Bay的旅行指南

Bonnie & Bay

Bonnie & Bay的旅行指南

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The Praça do Comércio is the grandest of Lisbon’s plazas. This magnificent plaza opens out on the Tejo Estuary, and is surrounded on three sides by distractive yellow Pombaline architecture, with the decorative Arco da Rua Augusta as the focal point of the plaza. For you as a visitor, there is a lot see and do within the Praça do Comércio. There is the Arco da Rua Augusta viewpoint, the Lisboa Story Centre museum, some of the best photo opportunities in Lisbon, along with numerous fine restaurants and authentic cafes. The Praça do Comércio is also the departure location for the E15 tram to Belem, and there is always a buzz about the plaza.
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Praça do Comércio
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The Praça do Comércio is the grandest of Lisbon’s plazas. This magnificent plaza opens out on the Tejo Estuary, and is surrounded on three sides by distractive yellow Pombaline architecture, with the decorative Arco da Rua Augusta as the focal point of the plaza. For you as a visitor, there is a lot see and do within the Praça do Comércio. There is the Arco da Rua Augusta viewpoint, the Lisboa Story Centre museum, some of the best photo opportunities in Lisbon, along with numerous fine restaurants and authentic cafes. The Praça do Comércio is also the departure location for the E15 tram to Belem, and there is always a buzz about the plaza.
The busy shopping street of Rua Augusta, with its open-air cafes and gimmicky tourist shops,And Very close to the apartment.
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奥古斯塔街
2 R. Augusta
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The busy shopping street of Rua Augusta, with its open-air cafes and gimmicky tourist shops,And Very close to the apartment.
It is one major attraction of Lisbon. A must see because of the ruins of the castle and the views from its privileged location. Attention is required when walking the towers because steps are irregular (no handrail) and it can be slippery. The Castle is located in one of the oldest areas of Lisbon. The way to the Castle , walking up those old street adds to the visit. Short walking distance from Downtown and Commerce Square.
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圣若热城堡
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It is one major attraction of Lisbon. A must see because of the ruins of the castle and the views from its privileged location. Attention is required when walking the towers because steps are irregular (no handrail) and it can be slippery. The Castle is located in one of the oldest areas of Lisbon. The way to the Castle , walking up those old street adds to the visit. Short walking distance from Downtown and Commerce Square.
The Torre de Belém lies in the Belem district and this area is a favourite with tourists. There are scenic parks, views across the Tejo estuary and is the location for many of Lisbon’s most important historic monuments.
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贝伦塔
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The Torre de Belém lies in the Belem district and this area is a favourite with tourists. There are scenic parks, views across the Tejo estuary and is the location for many of Lisbon’s most important historic monuments.
The Mosteiro dos Jeronimos is the magnificent monastery, which was funded by the 16th century spice trade. Originally, the plans for the monastery were modest, but with an almost unlimited budget and 50 years of construction, the final result is the most extravagant religious building in Portugal. Within the dual-level cloisters intricate stone carvings adorn every surface, while the western portal exemplifies the whimsical Manueline design styles and sculpture. Insider tip: There can be very long queues to enter the monastery, but the adjoining church is as decorative, and is without the queues or entrance fee. Tourist information: Cloister €10 – Church Free
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热罗尼莫斯修道院
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The Mosteiro dos Jeronimos is the magnificent monastery, which was funded by the 16th century spice trade. Originally, the plans for the monastery were modest, but with an almost unlimited budget and 50 years of construction, the final result is the most extravagant religious building in Portugal. Within the dual-level cloisters intricate stone carvings adorn every surface, while the western portal exemplifies the whimsical Manueline design styles and sculpture. Insider tip: There can be very long queues to enter the monastery, but the adjoining church is as decorative, and is without the queues or entrance fee. Tourist information: Cloister €10 – Church Free
Bar
Lisbon has a buzzing nightlife scene that is social, diverse and welcoming. There are two main nightlife areas to Lisbon; the Bairro Alto district and Cais do Sodré. Nights tend to begin in Bairro Alto, a warren of trendy bars, artisan cafes and traditional live music establishments, where the sound of Fado music can be heard wafting out. At the weekends the late-night revelries spill out onto the surrounding streets, so that the entire district feels like one large party. As the night progresses (around 2am) everyone heads downhill to the Cais do Sodré district, with its late-night clubs and banging atmosphere, which continues until sunrise. The heart of Cais do Sodré’s hedonistic nightlife is centred around the distinctive “Pink Street”
The Pink Street
Lisbon has a buzzing nightlife scene that is social, diverse and welcoming. There are two main nightlife areas to Lisbon; the Bairro Alto district and Cais do Sodré. Nights tend to begin in Bairro Alto, a warren of trendy bars, artisan cafes and traditional live music establishments, where the sound of Fado music can be heard wafting out. At the weekends the late-night revelries spill out onto the surrounding streets, so that the entire district feels like one large party. As the night progresses (around 2am) everyone heads downhill to the Cais do Sodré district, with its late-night clubs and banging atmosphere, which continues until sunrise. The heart of Cais do Sodré’s hedonistic nightlife is centred around the distinctive “Pink Street”
Beach
It comes as a surprise to many visitors who are new to Lisbon, that there are such beautiful beaches close to the city. The best beach, which is easily accessible from Lisbon, is the Praia de Carcavelos and it boasts golden sands, clean sea waters and excellent tourist facilities. To the west of Lisbon is the delightful resort town of Cascais, while to the south of Lisbon is the Costa da Caparica, a 15km coastline of pristine beaches and powerful surfing waves.
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Carcavelos beach
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It comes as a surprise to many visitors who are new to Lisbon, that there are such beautiful beaches close to the city. The best beach, which is easily accessible from Lisbon, is the Praia de Carcavelos and it boasts golden sands, clean sea waters and excellent tourist facilities. To the west of Lisbon is the delightful resort town of Cascais, while to the south of Lisbon is the Costa da Caparica, a 15km coastline of pristine beaches and powerful surfing waves.