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Book a hotel near Avenida da Liberdade and you’ll find yourself in one of the most popular avenues of Lisbon, which runs between Marquis de Pombal Square and Restauradores. It is also a point of access to Principe Real, a high class residential district with gorgeous gardens; São Bento, known for the Parliament building, São Bento Palace; and Baixa.

Want to stratch that retail therapy itch? Avenida da Liberdade is a shopping area packed with luxury designer shops. Here you can buy clothes from local designers, have a meal in one of the local restaurants or hotels, or simply stroll along this beautiful avenue under the shade of centenary trees.

Things to Do Near Avenida da Liberdade

Avenida’s Botanical Garden is considered to be one of the best of Europe, and is home to a variety of subtropical vegetation and plant species from around the world. Covering a total area of 10 acres, the garden also has a greenhouse and a butterfly garden. It’s a quiet and pleasant garden to wander around and contemplate the beauty of nature away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Discover the house where one of the most famous Fado Divas lived. Located at nº113 Rua de São Bento, this yellow house allows visitors in to admire her work, outfits, awards, and musical recordings. The house-tour takes around 30 minutes to complete.

Head to the Julio Pomar Museum, where you’ll find the work of one of the biggest names in Portuguese art from last century. Peruse the paintings and sculptures, exhibited in a former warehouse, beautifully redesigned by famous Portuguese architect, Alvaro Siza Vieira.

Visit the museum and church of São Roque. This 17th-century Jesuit museum displays a rich collection of sacred art, jewelry and tapestry. There’s also a nice coffee shop inside.

Located in nearby Restauradores is one of the city's main pedestrian streets, Rua das Portas de Santo Antão. Here you’ll find Lisbon's biggest Broadway-style musical theatre (Teatro Politeama) and Casa do Alentejo, an 1800's building with a beautiful Moorish courtyard at the entrance.

Lisbon’s metro and bus service makes exploring the Avenida da Liberdade area easy, but you can also opt to rent a car in Lisbon and explore at your own pace.

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