No matter what type of hotel you are looking for, whether that’s a luxury hotel or a cheap bed & breakfast near Bairro Alto, Expedia will help you find the perfect accommodation to suit your requirements.
Things to Do in Bairro Alto
Book a hotel near Bairro Alto and you’ll find yourself in one of Lisbon’s most bohemian neighbourhood with restaurants, open-air bars and plenty of nightclubs.
Hop on the Bica Funicular and enjoy the incredible views. Opened in 1892 and constructed by Raoul Mesnier de Ponsard, it connects ‘Calçada do Combro and ‘S. Paulo Street’, crossing ‘Bica de Duarte Belo’ along the way - one of Lisbon's most photographed street framed for its coloured houses.
Discover The National Museum of Contemporary Art, which displays a comprehensive collec-tion of works by national artists spanning back to 1850. Visit the Church of São Roque with its mu-seum. This 17th century Jesuit museum displays a rich collection of sacred art, jewellery and tapes-try. There’s also a nice spot for drinking coffee inside.
Admire the views from Santa Catarina Belvedere, a beautiful viewpoint located between the Chiado and Bairro Alto districts. This Belvedere is popular for the stunning terrace views overlook-ing the Tagus River.
Sip ‘ginginha’ in Camões Square, a square is named after one of Portugal’s greatest 16th centu-ry writers, located in the heart of Chiado. This is the meeting point for locals and tourists alike, who sit on the steps of the poet's monument, drinking a local fruity drink ‘ginginha’ and preparing to embark on a night out on the town.
Taste local food in one of the restaurants in Calçada do Combro and enjoy the variety of cui-sine on offer, such as Italian, Moroccan, Indian Thai and traditional Portuguese cuisine. Enjoy the nightlife and discover the bars and clubs around Rua do Diário de Noticias, Rua da Barroca, and Rua da Atalaia.