The Praça do Comércio (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpɾasɐ du kuˈmɛɾsju]; English: Commerce Square) is a large, harbour-facing square in Portugal's capital, Lisbon.
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Big and very popular public square at the river Tagus. Surrounded from three sides by the plaza construction including the arch gateway and many historical statues. This plaza square is full of restaurants and cafes. It's a great place for walking both during the day and night. The place is usually windy and it gets slightly cold during the night. Definitely deserves a couple of hours!
Central square of Lisbon with an amazing view over the Tejo River and its estuary. Since its renovation, a lot of emerging restaurants and bars opened as the main square is now traffic closed. A wide view of the south margin and both bridges connecting Lisbon to the south margin of the river. Great place to look for the sunset and some drinks before dinner.
Brilliant architectural buildings. The square just consumes you with grandeur and beauty. This is completed by the apt setting by the sea. Reminded me of Coastal Kenya, where I am based....I felt at home! I came back a few more times than I needed to. Lots of coffee shops around as well as places to buy souvenirs.
There's nothing to do in the Plaza. Maybe you can walk around the tourist trap restaurants in the perimeter. I hear there's a legit wine tasting place there. But I would recommend making plaza camoes a better meeting point
Impressive square in the center of Lisbon. Once the spot of the Royal Palace and then reformed after the earthquake of the 1755. Today the largest square of Lisbon, has a beautiful view to the sea-side
First attraction of Lisbon. Very beautiful view from every single corner of it. River view and gate as well. Good for family trip as well. Riverside is awesome what I said and what I not. In my view better to watch personal with family or friends. Bus, trams Servise are very punctual. ONE thing please note BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS Specially on route no 28. Ladies also involve in it. Specially old Lisbon part.
Lovely square but be aware this was very busy in spring so I can only imagine it will be heaving in summer. This square is the place where the river and the city meet. Places to eat and drink, public transport, meeting point,... and a good spot for pictures.
Very wide and full of tourists, this square marks a place of ancient trades and Lisbon's entry port of goods. Today its beautiful marble floor is surrounded by good restaurants, cafes and museums, making it a special place to relax after (or during) a day of strolling through old city's streets. From the edge of the market place, by the Tagus river, you can see the intense flow of merchant ships and a bit far away the bridge "25 de abril" another landmark in Lisbon.
Lovely square, clean. Right at the metro station. Great for the ferry and also good to then work across to the Se and then through the little Alfama streets. There are many little cafes etc en route to ensure you can keep your strength up....