The most important street of downtown Lisbon, full of life at almost any time of day and the main artery linking the Praca do Comercio with Praça da Figueira. It's full of shops and restaurants, but the cuisine is too oriented to tourists, with terraces offering paellas (of Paellador), little pizzas and local cuisine. Halfway between the Alfama and Alto districts is the starting point to learn about this amazing city.
A long street starting at Rossio Square and reaching the top of Lisbon, where the main shops, the airport and the city in general are located. It's as if the area is the city itself and Lisbon's tourist center. It's a thousand times more beautiful than the coastal area.
The streets around the Basilica are lined with restaurants, hotels and all sorts of souvenir shops. The best selling item are the rosaries and images of the Virgin as well as the candles that pilgrims and curious visitors, then burn on the grill next to the Chapel of the Apparitions. They also sell small chairs, cold drinks, sun hats and other items. If the items are to be blessed, they must be bought before Mass as that's when they will be blessed. They don't sell anything that is already blessed as it would invalidate the blessing. Data is from Posto (Office) Fatima Tourism.
A stately local shopping street with great tradition. You must browse this street to Chiado Square if you visit Lisbon. You can have a coffee in the iconic Brazilian cafe, visit Bertrand library (founded in the eighteenth century) and the Church of Loreto (Baroque style, with interesting paintings inside that mimic statues). You have to stop at the spectacular square to admire the exceptional buildings.