Located at the end of Augusta Avenue, the Piazza Rosio, which used to be a venue for popular uprisings and celebrations, bullfights and executions, has become a favorite gathering place for Lisbon's people and tourists.
In the Rosio Square in Lisbon, Portugal, we see the wavy floor tiles with Portuguese characteristics, which look up and down and look beautiful. Of course, like most European squares, there were two sculptures, beautifully sculpted and later watered by the fountain, but unfortunately the weather was not good and there was no light.
Piazza del Rosio is a free attraction with white walls and red tiles as the most basic color and architectural style in Portugal. The transportation is convenient and the fountains on both sides are very special
Piazza Rosio: Free to visitors, surrounded by some fine and ingenious buildings, white walls and red tiles basically Portuguese architectural features, surrounded by some specialty cafes and small shops, for me who prefer shopping, I like these fine shops the most, Although not gorgeous and attractive, but always reveal a time deposit flavor.
Rossio Square is the popular name of the Pedro IV Square (Portuguese: Praça de D. Pedro IV). It is located in the Pombaline Downtown of Lisbon and has been one of its main squares since the Middle Ages. It has been the setting of popular revolts and celebrations, bullfights and executions, and is now a preferred meeting place of Lisbon natives and tourists alike.
Easily accessible train station. If you want to go to Sintra, trains depart from here frequently.
The Palace of Estaus, the seat of the Inquisition was built on the north side of the square and the Rossio was frequently used as setting for public autos-de-fe,( the ritual of public penance of condemned heretics, jews and apostates that took place after the Inquisition had decided their punishment) and executions by hanging or burning at the stake.
We can take the train to Sintra
Nice square with an attractive fountain. Home to a Christmas market in-season.
Preston_Dominguez: Lisbon 1100-026, Portugal
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended São Jorge Castle,Alfama,Avenida da Liberdade,Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paco),Rossio Square