Typical Portuguese is the hanging laundry, drying in the wind. In the narrow labyrinth of cobbled alleys of Lisbon’s ancient center it’s very nice to walk around 🙂
Calcada do Duque is a street made of hundreds of stairs to bohemien area Bairro Alto, lined with lots of traditional Portuguese restaurants, near Largo Duque de Cadaval, a square full of open-air cafes near the beautiful Rossio Station.
Around the Castle of St. Jorge (Castelo de São Jorge)
Tiny and partially restored ancient neighborhood of Santa Cruz do Castelo , is one of the most picturesque parts of Lisbon.
Mouraria, historical part of Lisbon
City center historical area Mouraria (this laundry is not mine) 😉
Mouraria, Rua dos Cavaleiros.
From here, you can walk to a beautiful viewpoint over the city, Miradouro da Graça.
Bairro Alto Lisbon, a wonderful area for a night out!
Many older people still wash by hand..
During daytime, the famous Bairro is a very quiet district, it’s really worth it to walk around: trendy shops, art galleries and fashion. At night, bars suddenly appear everywhere from behind the shutter doors.
Quite close to the historic Alfama neighborhood
Very nice street to walk around at Lisbon’ city center is Rua dos Bacalhoeiros (street of the cod fish sellers).