The largest church in Lisbon before it was destroyed by the 1755 earthquake, the Carmo Church and Convent remain a magnificent example of Gothic architecture. Among the ruins you will find a small archaeological museum, a collection of tombs and a diverse array of statues, ceramics, and mosaics.
Just a five-minute stroll from the hotel, Lisbon's cultural and bohemian heart and its epicenter for nightlife and shopping transforms from a relatively quiet grid of avenues and colorful buildings during the day to a pulsating nightlife quarter teeming with international restaurants, cafés and bars.
Lisbon’s most prominent pedestrian thoroughfare is a vibrant blend of mosaic pavement, sidewalk cafés, international boutiques, with entertainment provided by street artists and peddlers.
An oval square situated at the beginning of the Avenida da Libertade, this plaza features the Monumentos dos Restauradores obelisk, the massive baroque Palácio Foz and several other interesting structures renowned for their architecture.