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Alfama, Lisboa 1100

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"then walk back through the maze of narrow streets and alleyways which make up the ancient Alfama district."  See More

"My family and I stayed in Chiado for 4 nights and the Alfama area (by the old wall) for 2 nights."  See More

"My family and I stayed in two Lisbon neighborhoods which we would recommend: Chiado and Alfama ."  See More

"Alternatively, slightly less convenient but perhaps more atmospheric, the Alfama district might be worth a look."  See More

"Hi Sabine, Why does it have to be in the Alfama?"  See More

"I would suggest that you book your hotel either in Bairro Alto Alfama or Baixa."  See More

"It's a funky neighborhood that is really cool and not as touristy as areas like Bairro Alto and Alfama, but you can easily pop down to these historic neighborhoods from there."  See More

"In the city, go to Alfama and walk around and go to a fado bar as well (traditional Portuguese music) - Castelo de São Jorge is also there and great for exploring."  See More

"Walk the hills to Chiado Bairro Alto and especially the Alfama take in the views, meet the smiley, friendly people and just relax and enjoy the beautiful place."  See More

"The Alfama district is a must-see for old Lisbon and fado clubs."  See More

"One of the most picturesque places i've been to was the rooftops of Alfama."  See More

"Head to Memmo Alfama Hotel Lisboa before dusk, where you can not only see out toward the sea but also the buildings of Alfama lit up in the late afternoon light."  See More

"The old parts of Lisbon Alfama and Bairro Alto are free to walk around too and very scenic and taking the old tram there will only cost you a couple of euros."  See More

"Make sure to go to Belém on the tram and the jewish quarter Alfama of Lisbon is very much "old Lisbon" and has great views."  See More

"The two old part of the city called Bairro Alto and Alfama are also very interesting and if you like modern architecture then Parque das Nações is worth a visit."  See More

"Take Tram 28 into Alfama and also just for fun."  See More

"A strool around Alfama, Mouraria, Chiado and Bairro Alto neighborhoods for the historical center of town, by foot, to feel the vibe, or on Tram 28, if you do not like going up and down the hills walking."  See More

"your almighty feet - because it's always a good option to stroll around Alfama meet the nice old locals, take photos, drink a "bica"."  See More

"In Lisbon go to the Portas Do Sol "Miradouro das Portas do Sol" and down the streets of the Alfama losing yourself within the alleys of the neighborhood."  See More

"Alfama this side of the Chiado and Bairro Alto, all part of the center of Lisbon old town."  See More

"Alfama is a good place to stay and you have to go to Cascais to the beach it´s amazing ."  See More

"Hi, Alfama is really not far off the centre."  See More

"Alfama is great if you're looking for some traditional restaurants, fado clubs, and quieter streets."  See More

"Bairro Alto is a place to and have dinner o a drink Alfama and it's narrow streets is a must."  See More

"Castelo de São Jorge: from downtown "climb" to Castelo de São Jorge through Alfama during the day (maybe lunch)."  See More

"Afterwards you can go to the Miradouro de Santa Luzia, covered in blue 'azulejos' and stroll down the little streets in the Alfama, the old neighbourhood known for the Fado music."  See More

"Alfama is one of the oldest areas in the city (not destroyed by fires or earthquakes that leveled everything else) and there are quite a few fado restaurants where you can hear the fado singers live."  See More

"com/ A walk in Alfama was great - and very exhausting with the stroller."  See More

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