- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:4
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
- private parking
- integrated air conditioning (hot / cold)
- dvd/cd collection
Situated in Lisbon, this 3 bedroom apartment accommodates up to 6 guests and starts at just EUR 121 per night.
It is located on the 3rd floor.
This apartment is child-friendly. It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 1 bunk bed and 2 double beds and has 1 bathroom. Bed linens and towels are included.
Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a fridge, a freezer, a microwave, an oven, a coffee maker, a kettle / water-boiler, and a washing machine. The property has a balcony. Guests can also enjoy a TV.
The property is suitable for smokers and pets.
Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
This apartment is located in a renovated 17th century building. It is 130 square feet, wih two bedrooms, one with double bed and the other with twin beds, both with heaters and direct access to the terrace. The private terrace has 115 square meter...
Discover the greater Lisbon Region, and stay in a cozy apartment located in Oeiras, at 10km from Lisbon, with magnificient views, garage and terrace.Railway station at 500m and excelent access by car. Apartment in quiet and safe neighborhood, very cozy, fully furnished and equipped.It has 2 bedrooms (15m2 and 14m2), living room (28m2), kitchen (12m2) with balcony, bathroom and toilet. The apartment has a double bed, two single beds and a sofa bed for 2 more guests. It has also a fireplace in the living room, central heating in all rooms, cable TV, phone and Internet WIFI. It is a 3th floor of a building of 4 floors with garage collective and 2 elevators.
The roof of the building is a terrace/solarium with 200m2, shared by residents, you can enjoy a magnificent view over the sea and the city of Lisbon, and also enjoy the sun (sun loungers are at your disposal for this purpose). There you can rest comfortably at the end of the day, enjoying a spectacular view over the whole estuary of the Tagus, looking Lisbon to the East, Almada to Southeast, in the south the beach line of Costa da Caparica, and to West the Ocean.
Some informations about Oeiras: It was founded in 1759 by the Marquis of Pombal, as a reward granted by King José I to his minister for having reconstructed downtown Lisbon after the great earthquake of 1755, it was at the county that he built a magnificent manor-house, the Palace of the Counts of Oeiras, which still exhibits grand stone staircases, statues, splendid tiles and beautiful gardens with cascades and an aqueduct with arches.
Oeiras was once part of a defensive line of maritime fortresses built along the Lisbon coast between the 16th and 17th centuries, including the Saint Lawrence Fort (known as Bugio, rising on a tiny islet in the middle of the river Tagus) and the São Julião da Barra Fort, both examples of the Renaissance military architecture.
Over the last decades, the county has benefited from an investment in cultural and tourism assets and now offers a range of new attractions and sites of interest, from Fábrica da Pólvora (a former gunpowder factory from the 16th century which has been recovered for leisure and cultural purposes) to the Poets Park (a vast green space with statues of Portuguese poets and writers) and the Palace of the Royal Estate at Caxias, dating from the 18th century and surrounded by wonderful gardens.
Visitors may also benefit from different leisure and sports facilities, such as the sports complex of Jamor, the Maritime Walk (a seaside promenade to link Algés to the Torre beach) or the recent marina at Oeiras, prepared to welcome sixty ships, besides other parks and gardens.
The historical centres of several towns have also been recovered and display monuments and sites of interest in picturesque and pleasant settings, often including good restaurants, as is the case of Paço de Arcos.
Just outside Cascais, on the coast road, enjoy the view from the top of the cliffs at Boca do Inferno (Hell's Mouth): the sea rushes into caves and rocks and there is a small outdoor handicraft-market nearby.
A bit further lies the magnificent Guincho Beach, with its sandy dunes and great Atlantic breakers, which make it a paradise for windsurfers, although the currents are strong and it is often windy.
Along this road there are excellent restaurants, specializing in fish and seafood dishes.
About Lisbon: it stands on its seven hills overlooking the river Tagus. Capital of Portugal since its conquest from the Moors in 1147, Lisbon is a legendary city with over 20 centuries of history and the most important tourist center in the country."Pombalinos" buildings of downtown,with tiled façades, the narrow medieval streets of the neighborhoods of Alfama and Bairro Alto, where at night you can hear the"fado" and enjoy a fun nightlife,the numerous museums and shopping, Lisbon is a city with many options. There are several points of tourist interest in the city, but some are absolutely a must. This is the case of the"Castelo de São Jorge"(S.George Castle), which overlooks Lisbon in all its magnificence, through the old Moorish quarter, the Patriarchal Cathedral, "Mosteiro dos Gerónimos"(Jeronimos Monastery), the most striking example Manueline, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage of all Humanity, the "Torre de Belém"(Belem Tower), built in the period of discoveries, the"Basílica da Estrela". On the outskirts of town, Sintra worth a visit for all its romantic atmosphere, to which contributed in very different writers in literature. It should be noted as points of interest the "Castelo dos Mouros", the "Palácio da Regaleira", "Cabo da Roca" known as the west, ernmost point of Europe, "Palácios de Sintra e da Pena" whose construction dates back to 1839. In the village of Sintra, stroll to horse carriages that carry tourists through the magnificent estates with centuries of stories. Nearby is the "Palácio de Queluz" and "Convento de Mafra "the largest religious monument in Portugal.