Estacionamento em Lisboa
“ It is only 2,1 km from hotel Vila Queirós. CAMOES SQUARE small square is the transition zone between Chiado and Bairro Alto. In its center is a monumental statue of 16th century epic poet Luis de Camões standing on a pedestal with other smaller statues of classical Portuguese authors. Behind it is a historical kiosk serving traditional Portuguese refreshments. It faces Largo do Chiado, where there are two Baroque churches: Loreto (also known as "of the Italians") and Encarnação. Here is also Lisbon's best-known café, A Brasileira, a meeting place of several generations of intellectuals and artists. In front is a statue of poet Fernando Pessoa sitting in a chair, recalling the days when he used to write at this cafe. ”
Outros "Vida ao Ar Livre"
“These two vertical lifts make the walk from the downtown area to the Castle a little less tiring. The first lift departs from a building in Rua dos Franqueros (170/178) and drops people off in Rua da Madalena. A mere 100 metres further there is another lift, that in turn transports passengers to the level of Costa do Castelo street.”
“Good collection of European Ancient art. If nothing else visiting the museum is a good excuse to go to the lovely Janelas Verdes district.”
“Parking on the street is free from 7pm to 9am during the week and all day long during weekends. But if you prefer to park your car with no worries about the parking tickets during working hours this is a nice option for only 7€/24 hours”
“If you can't find free parking for your car at the street of the apartment, this is the closest private parking. Price 15-20 euros per day.”
“Underground car park a few minutes from the apartment. The cheapest daily rate is €15 pre-paid for 24 hours - pay at the machine immediately after parking and choose the "Pré-Pago" option.”