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The Baixa District of Lisbon is sometimes called the heart of the city, as it stretches from the Tagus Riverfront to Avenida da Liberdade. This is still an historic district, and many of its neoclassical and art deco buildings are being restored to their former glory. There are numerous public squares and vehicle free walking areas, making it easy to take pictures and soak up all of the sites without the noise or exhaust fumes from cars. Street performers and vendors provide entertainment and snacks as you explore this unique destination. There are some wonderful hotels in Baixa, Lisbon, which you can compare right away by visiting Enter the dates you want to stay in a room in Baixa, Lisbon, and will display a list of available accommodations, including pictures, reviews and prices.Hotels in Baixa, Lisbon

What's Baixa, Lisbon Like?

Although Baixa is Lisbon's business district, it takes nothing away from the tourist's experience. The orderly, clean streets and ample walkways make it a delight to travel through Baixa. Lisbon's grid system makes it easy for everyone to navigate in town, but there are also trams, buses, trains, taxis, and funiculars to safely transport you wherever you'd like to go in the city. You can visit the lush Botanical Gardens, or visit the ruins of St. George's Castle, located high on a hill overlooking the city. You'll find shopping areas selling all sorts of speciality goods and high end apparel, and jewellery collectors will love visiting the leading goldsmiths and silversmiths who work in the Baixa area.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Baixa, Lisbon

People from Lisbon speak Portuguese with a slightly more formal accent than the Portuguese spoken in Brazil. No one will fault you for not being fluent in their native tongue, since even the locals know it's an accomplishment to learn the language. Try to learn a few greetings in Portuguese anyway, since the locals will appreciate the effort. English is spoken widely in Baixa, and many tours and attractions have English speaking guides and staff to help you enjoy your visit. It's hard to pick the best hotel in Baixa, Lisbon, since there are so many great rooms in the city. When you see that your preferred room is available for your traveling dates in Lisbon, book the room in advance to be certain it will be ready for you when you arrive. It's a quick and easy way to take care of your accommodations, and regularly offers exclusive discounts on hotel stays all over the world.

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