As a neighbourhood full of old buildings, most of Sé's residents have lived here for decades. However, many buildings have recently been renovated to accommodate tourists and students coming to Lisbon
The Sé. This historical cathedral is the oldest church in the city, but only just survived Lisbon's massive 1755 earthquake. Only in the 20th century was it restored to its former glory.
The Casa dos Bicos. Home to the Saramago Foundation, this unique building on riverside Campo das Cebolas has its façade covered in diamond-shape protrusions, giving it its name of "House of Spikes".
The Sé is a touristy area with lots of choices to pick from for dinner, but there aren't many bars around, so nightlife isn't as lively as in other parts of town.