Chiado is undoubtedly the most important neighborhood of the city. To learn about Portugal you must know Lisbon. And you can not know Lisboa without meet the Chiado. It is much more an expression of being. It is a key area of the structure of Lisbon, its image and memory. Chiado was "half Lisbon." It was our Regent Street, our Boulevard des Italiens, the Gran Via, the Unter der Linden, the Fifth Avenue of Lisbon. Territory elected by fashion, gastronomy, art, theater, music, literature and politics, here we have laws to Lisbon and the rest of the country. A little bit of everywhere in Portugal has entered through Chiado. The history of this neighborhood is especially the history of its buildings. Every street, every building, every floor or sometimes even each room has its own history. Its characters. Its curiosity and peculiarities. Its legends. Come live in the Chiado, in Páteo Pimenta.