Vincci Baixa

Address: Rua Do Comercio, 32 a 38, Lisbon, Estremadura, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the S. Nicolau area of Lisbon, is near Se Cathedral, Chapitô, Taugus River, and King Jose I Statue.
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    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    Why We Are Walking the Camino (again!)

    A travel blog entry by kendavis on May 11, 2015

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... really fits into our enjoyment of "slow travel", taking in all the sights, sounds, smells and interacting with the local people along the way. We will walk between 10 and 21 miles a day, with a couple of days off in the larger cities.

    3. For spiritual rather than religious reasons. One encounters religious pilgrims while walking the Camino, but more often people cite "spiritual reasons" as the main motivation. So, what's the difference? For us, it is a great way for ...

    A View from the Barrio

    A travel blog entry by lynnandkriss on Apr 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... someone insisting on doing their laundry during a house fire but because Lisbon was such a strategic hub the place was fair riddled with spies. A shame we had missed the weekly Spy Tour – I liked the idea of tales about mysterious folk sitting around in cafes watching the world. We tried a bit of that ourselves on the sun warmed terrace of a splendid rooftop eatery called Le Chat while we waited for the Art Gallery to open. They managed to get themselves out of bed ...

    What if the King Had Said "Yes"?

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Nov 01, 2014

    25 photos

    ... Manueline architecture is distinctly Portuguese, decorated with ornate ropes of braided stone and twisting interlocking spires. The cloister is a study of symmetry and solitude.

    Between the monastery and the tower stands the Monument to the Discoverers. We gathered here for our guide, Sofia, to trace the development of Portugal's expansion on the beautiful floor map. Looking down ...

    Our final day and last blog

    A travel blog entry by lorneandhilary on Sep 13, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... s most important sailor/discoverer, and Luis de Camoes, “Portugal’s Shakespeare and Casanova rolled into one.”

    Next stop was the Monument to the Discoveries, a huge riverside monument celebrating the Portuguese dominance of the sea. The dude on the front (see photo) is Prince Henry the Navigator, holding a Caravel. (If you have ever played Civilization, you know they are light and fast, ideal ...

    Lisbon - city of pastelaria and tiles

    A travel blog entry by helwit on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... wine, tins of anchovies and old azulejos (tiles) beautiful miradouras (views) over the water and red tiled roofs.  This trip will give you a sense of the character of this city which was almost destroyed by the 1755 earthquake and subsequent fire.  Lisbon was always a city of many churches, this country is 95%25 Catholic, many more before the earthquake and all were not repaired after 1755.  Two former churches stand out to me - the first the ruins of Convento do ...