We can only tour ride to visit this place. This is one of popular square in Lisbon.
A plaza near Rossio Station, also known as Rossio Square. In winter there's a big Christmas tree here, the surrounding trees are decorated with lights and there's a low-key Christmas market. The plaza is dominated by a statue column of Pedro IV and a fountain, and the open plaza is a good place to stand back and take in the architecture around. There are good views of the impressive ruined convent on the hill above.
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.