As visitors to Portugal walk Lisbon’s hills—or, better, take one of Lisbon’s vintage trams—they’ll find restored medieval facades, wonderful art-nouveau buildings, black-and-white mosaic sidewalks (known as calcada), fine museums and plenty of modern shops. Lisbon’s citizens seem to have absorbed their city’s many-sided character. Visitors can witness the popularity of fado, the melancholy music that was developed in Lisbon in the early 19th century. Though the performers sing about tragedy and distant glory, the audience is very much a part of modern Lisbon—a flourishing, fashionable business and leisure center.
Bairro Alto Hotel
It is in the vibrant heart of Lisbon, influenced by the elegance of Chiado and the irreverence of Bairro Alto, that we find Bairro Alto Hotel. Rehabilitated and expanded by the architect Souto de Moura with interiors of the Atelier Bastir and TheStudio, it combines style, bohemia and sophistication with the classic charm of a different time.
Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa
Welcome to Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa, the Grande Dame of hotels in central Lisbon, Portugal. A true landmark, delivering exceptional hospitality since 1933. Today, as ever, the place to see and be seen, a natural meeting point for celebrities, heads of state and royalty alike.
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