This station is one of the most importation stations in Lisbon, it is close to Rossio square. I went Sintra from there. It is a historical one.
With such a beautiful façade, this station literally begs to be visited. While the interiors are less architecturally interesting, there's a very nice deck on the upper floor, where you can view most of the town, plus a nice Starbucks on the ground floor for a short snack and drink break.
Surely what is most striking at first sight of this station is the external facade, artistically very beautiful, the architectural style reminds me of one of those Arabian palaces, with the pointed spiers and finely carved decorations. All in all, the interior does not offer anything that a simple train station like thousands allover the world, but you know, it... More
Estação Ferroviária do Rossio is really pretty for a trains station. The outside is better than the inside. This is the place you take a train if you want to go to Sintra or Queluz.
the rossio train station is a lovely station as you enter there are cafe bars and restaurants on your right if you go up the moving stairs to the top you get the train to sintra,also a short cut to barrio alto.
Lovely train station that sets nostalic thoughts of the past in motion. The locals refer to it as recent since it is only from the 19th century. I guess everything is relevant. A great way to go to Sintra without paying crazy tour prices.
The Rossio train station is a lovely building near the Praca Dom Pedro. The architecture, especially the front entrance, is unique and has a moorish flavour. The station is the terminus of the train to Sintra and the platform walls are decorated with many tile pictures. It is an interesting step back in time.
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