- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:4
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
- dining area
- cd player
- books for adults
- parking on street
- iron & board
- clothes dryer
- linens provided
- toilet paper
- washing machine
- towels provided
- tiled stove
- hair dryer
- pantry items
- 4 ring stove
- coffee maker
- cooking utensils
- wheelchair inaccessible
- long-term renters welcome
- pets not allowed
- scenic drives
- gambling casinos
- horseback riding
Charming Duplex in romantic world heritage town of Sintra
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Apartment 205 is an accommodation in Lisbon located on the 2nd floor (with elevator) of a renovated building on a small square just a few steps from the moorish Castle São Jorge, also near Baixa and Alfama. It is in the same building as apartment 54.
Nearby you have various forms of traditional Portuguese commerce, and from there you can easily reach most of the popular sightseeing spots in Lisbon.
The building, as well as the apartment have been restored in 2010.
It has 75m2 and offers complete modern comfort and amenities with a traditional Portuguese architecture. It includes:
a bedroom with double bed (140 cm wide);
a living room with, cable Tv and Hi-Fi;
a kitchen with all you need including electric oven and stove (with gas half), fridge with freezer, microwave, washing and dryer machine and dishwasher;
a bathroom with hydro-massaging shower.
Wireless broadband access available for those who have their own laptop with Wi-Fi compatible equipment.
The apartment has a view over the city and river Tejo. The views are even more beautiful at sunset.
The apartment has central heating and central Hi-Fi.
We will welcome you with a bottle of wine.
Apartmets 205 and54 are both located at the Castle S. Jorge district as others, next door.S. Jorgeis located in the highest hill of the historic centre of the city and is one of the main historic and tourist sites of the city.
The first fortification was built in the 2nd century BC by the Romans and grew over the time. It was renovated in the 10th century by the Moors; it was conquered by the first king of Portugal D. Afonso de Henriques and was submitted to big renovation again in 1300, when Lisbon became the capital of the Kingdom.
Between 1373 and 1375, King Ferdinand I ordered the building of a new city wall around Lisbon. This new city wall, which partially replaced the old Moorish walls, was designed to encircle previously unprotected parts of the city. It had 77 towers and a perimeter of 5400 metres, and was built in only two years. There are still some remnants left. The castle is now a big tourist attraction, especially for the wonderful views (vista do Castelo de S. Jorge) of Lisbon that it offers.
This location has easy access to Baixa, the Castle (S Jorge) district and also to Alfama and to Santa Clara, where Lisbon's flea-market (Feira da Ladra) takes place.
It is also close to some of the stops of the famous tram number 28. This is a scenic route crossing most of the tourist neighbourhoods of the city centre. A definite must for any visitor to Lisbon.
After the great earthquake of 1755, when the center of Lisbon was destroyed, a new center was constructed, made of grid pattern “geometrical” streets. This area, situated between Praça do Comércio, Rossio and Praça da Figueira is called Baixa.
From Baixa you can easily access the night life district Bairro Alto and the smart Chiado, with all his theatres, museums, elegant and traditional shops, bars and restaurants.
To the other direction, going up street, you will accede Graça and Santa Clara the place where Feira da Ladra (Thief's market ), the flea market, happens every Tuesdays and Saturdays. Here there are also several “musts” not to miss on your visit:
Panteão Nacional – Church of Santa Engrácia: When the construction began in 1682, it was planned as one of the Lisbon’s biggest churches. However, it had been long neglected and the construction was completed only in 1966! It was then that the Panteão Nacional was inaugurated. Here you will find cenotaphs of Portugal's heroes. The interior is colossal and contains the tombs of historic and literary figures - from Vasco da Gama to Amália Rodrigues, the famous fado singer.
The convent of São Vicente de Fora: Portugal’s first king, Afonso Henriques laid the foundations of this church in order to fulfil a vow to construct Christian Houses of worship where Portuguese and European crusaders would lay to rest. Inaugurated in 1629, the church was severely damaged by the 1755 earthquake. It has been recently renovated and deserves a visit. The view from the rooftop is one of the greatest in Lisbon.
Some "Miradouros" (vantage points) belvederes with amazing views over the castle S Jorge, the river Tejo and the city roofs. (belvederes of Graça with an open-air café and Senhora do Monte 600m further on). The views are even more spectacular at sunset.
If you are coming to our apartment 54, please don’t miss Chapitô a circus school, spectacles room, tapas bar and restaurant with one of the most spectacular views of Lisbon. It is next door to the apartment.
The nearest airport is Lisbon International Airport, which is 12 kilometres away.
Come and see for yourself!
Situated in Parede, this 1 bedroom apartment accommodates up to 3 guests and starts at just EUR 54 per night.
The accommodation is 9 sqm. It is located on the ground floor.
It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 1 double bed and 1 sofa bed / futon 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 toaster, a kettle / water-boiler, and a washing machine. The property has a terrace. Guests can also enjoy a TV.
This is a no-smoking property. Pets are not permitted.
Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.