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We have a layover in Lisbon, where we arrive in the evening, stay overnight and catch a flight the next afternoon. Since we literally have a few short hours (from 7am -10:15am) before leaving to catch our flight, we want to be able to see a few things. So looking to stay in a central area where we can see a few outside things .

Should we stay in Belem or Rossio Square?
And which hotel? Since we only have a few hours, we want to stay someplace central, even a nice view from our room

Any help appreciated!

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