To get a sense of what makes Lisbon tick, step out and explore nearby areas such as Madre de Deus, Alfama, and Chiado.
Vacationers in Graca, looking for something different, should head to the nearby museums and theaters. Visit some of the interesting museums including Chiado Museum, the Dr. Anastacio Goncalves Museum and the National Museum of Azulejos. Enjoy the beautiful artworks at the Center for Modern Art. Book seats for a live show at the National Theatre of D. Maria II and the National Theater of Sao Carlos.
If the sun is out, follow the locals and head outside to the local natural destinations. Have a break in one of the local parks and gardens, which include the Edward VII Park.
If you are spending a while in and around Graca, stop by the Santa Justa Elevator, Rossio Square and the Marques de Pombal Square. The Church of Santa Engracia, the Old Church of Our Lady of the Conception and the Church of Sao Roque offer those exploring Lisbon a chance to better understand the religious history of the area.
Get familiar with the local fashion and spoil yourself with a new wardrobe in the nearby shopping venues such as the Amoreiras Shopping Center, the El Corte Ingles Shopping Center and the Feira da Ladra Flea Market.
To make the most of this fascinating part of the world, think about booking your accommodation at one of the area’s many accommodation options. The Tiara Park Atlantic Lisboa, the Hotel Real Palacio and the Sofitel Lisbon Liberdade are among the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.