Parque Príncipe (Prince) Real, near Bairro Alto (at daytime), is a wonderful park. This century-old cedar ‘umbrella’ tree is really amazing!
Laid out in 1860 with lots of exotic plants, the garden hosts a handicraft- and ecological products bazaar on specific days of the week.
After shopping people like to take a break here. Rua dom Pedro V is one of the most interesting streets of Lisbon to walk around. There’s lots of boutiques, traditional antique shops, art galleries and colorful historical buildings.
Beautiful trees and terraces to drink your bica (espresso). The atmosphere is very relaxed..This park is an extension of Bairro Alto, a gay-friendly place in which plenty of bars and clubs are in easy reach. More about gay clubs and bars in the neighborhood
Beautiful small kiosk. More examples of Moorish kiosks near beautiful viewpoints, favorite tourist attractions, some recommended restaurants and how to get there
Rua dom Pedro V, # 26 : Arabesque Ribeiro da Cunha Palace, dating from 1877, now housing a university department.
Gallery Fabrico Infinito, a very fancy art gallery in Principe Real in Rua dom Pedro V, # 74