- Room Type:Private Room
- Max Guests:2
- Min Stay:1
- Pets Allowed:No
- family friendly
Rooms in Center of Lisbon
We rent 3 beautifull rooms in a traditional Portuguese building, on the old heart of Lisbon.
We are near Bairro Alto (night life), Low, São Jorge Castle, Alfama (Fado houses and be …
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Charming with a home feeling, airy, bright and confortable 3-bedroom apartment located on a top floor (3th) of a 60s building in Lisbon's historical neighborhood, Graça.
Bedroom1: "The Portuguese Vintage Room", has a Balcony overlooking the main street big trees, a double bed (sleeps 2 people), a commode and a dressing table. It's airy, bright and cozy decorated with a touch of vintage Portuguese lifestyle.
Bedroom2: "The Blue Room" has a double bed (sleeps 2 people) and big window facing the main street and a 50s cabinet and the room is bright and spacious.
Bedroom3: "The White Room" has a double bed (sleeps 2 people) and a big vintage style cabinet, the window overlooks the building garden, it's very quiet and decorated with a classic and sober touch, yet warm and inviting reminding a little of life in the countryside.
The Kitchen is equipped with microwave, stove, fridge/freezer, coffee machine (espresso) and coffee maker, toaster, electric juicer and electric kettle. Dining table sits 7 and can be separated into three units, wherein each of the units becomes a table for 2. Bathroom with bath, washbasin with mirror and hairdryer. Bedding, towels provided. First aid box in the bathroom’s cabinet.
The apartment has heaters in every room and in the kitchen and 24MB/s hi-speed wireless broadband. Tourist guides with recommendations of itineraries, attractions and restaurants, maps and board games available. Great choice quality/price, with no additional fees.
Graça neighbourhood is located on the top of Lisbon’s highest hill, boasting some of the most spectacular views in Lisbon from the viewpoints MIRADOURO DA GRAÇA e MIRADOURO DA NOSSA SENHORA DO MONTE. A few streets north-east from Castelo de São Jorge and just up hill from SÃO VICENTE DE FOR A MONASTERY and PANTHEON. Graça is also one of the few historical center neighborhoods that is still most frequented by locals preserving it’s original character.
Travel times to Lisbon landmarks:
PANTHEON: 5 min walk
ALFAMA DISTRICT: 5 min. walk
MIRADOURO DA GRAÇA: 7 min walk
ROSSIO SQUARE: 5 minute in metro (from Santa Apolónia)
BAIXA-CHIADO DISTRICT: 3 minute in metro (from Santa Apolónia), 20 min.walk
CATHEDRAL: 15 min. walk
CASTLE: 15 min. walk
BELEM: Comercio Sq. = 25 min. tram
Travel times to Lisbon transport hubs:
RAILWAY STATION/ METRO/UNDERGROUND: Santa Apolonia Terminal = 7 min. walk
RAILWAY STATION: Oriente Station = 15 min. with 728 Bus from Santa Apolónia
LISBON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: Aeroporto Portela = 25 min. taxi (around 10euros)
TRAM 28: Graça = 5 min. walk
Travel times to attractions around Lisbon:
SINTRA: 1 hour train (from Rossio)
CASCAIS/ESTORIL/CARCAVELOS BEACH: 40-60 min. train (From Cais do Sodré)
For stays longer than 1 day, consider taking a LISBOACARD. Covers entrance fee to most attractions and public transport (excluding taxis) for periods up to 72 hours.
Top cultural events in Lisbon:
January - "Under the Sign of Amadeo - a century of art," the exhibition commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Modern Arte Centre (CAM) will occupy all the Centre's halls, bringing a selection of what is considered to be the most significant collection of Portuguese art of the 20th century.
February – Goya at the National Art Museum
March – Monstra – Animation Film Festival
April - Lisbon Fish&Flavours and International Independent Film Festival - IndieLisboa
May - International Art Fair gathering the most prestigious art galleries in Europe thus promoting Contemporary Art in Lisboa.
June/July– FESTAS DE LISBOA Street entertainment, festivals, cinema, music and theatre, parades and folk festivities are just some of the events planned for Lisboa’s days and nights throughout the summer
August – Jazz at Caloust Gulbenkian Foudation
September – Equestrian Shows in the Queluz National Palace and Fado in Chiado
October - DocLisboa
November – The MNAC Collections – 1850-1975
December – New Year’s Eve Party
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