If you visit the Portuguese capital, you can’t miss checking out the old town in Lisbon. We recommend that you start your tour in Rossio. In this neighbourhood you will find the Igreja de Sao Domingos, a beautiful ecclesiastical building whose interior is truly remarkable. In 1959, the building suffered serious damage to its internal structure and, although much of the main hall was repaired, the walls were left untouched in the same condition in order to preserve this stage in the church’s history.After visiting the Igreja de Sao Domingos and heading to Rossio Square from Figuiera Square (one of the most important in the city), you can make your way down to Rua Augusta Avenue that connects the centre of the city with its old town, ultimately ending up on the Tagus River in the large Praça do Comércio square.Your visit can come to an end at the Columns Wharf, known in Portugal as the Cais das Colunas. This historic place, updated a few years ago, is a quiet spot by the river where you can take a break and enjoy Lisbon’s special light at sunset. The old town is made up of narrow streets that are difficult to access, so to visit the area comfortably we recommend using the Saba car park, located in the Praça do Municipio de Lisboa square. This public parking lot is available 24 hours a day.