This apartment (70 sqm2) can accommodate up to 4 people (3 adults and one child up to the age of 10).
There is a spacious living room with comfortable furnishings, including a bed-sofa that sleeps two adults, while the bedroom has a double bed and a modern bathroom.
The kitchen is fully fitted and has a dining area and laundry facilities.
Chiado is a centre of cultural venues and bustling shopping streets. About 300 meters from your apartment you have the opera house, theatres, bookstores, museums, restaurants, Portuguese designer shops and the famous refuge of great Portuguese literary personalities such as Fernando Pessoa and Eça de Queiroz, cafe 'A Brasileira', also a popular meeting place for art students.
The Baixa Pombalina (a UNESCO world heritage site)
This original architectural style takes its name from the Marquês de Pombal who had this area rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake. Rua Augusta (500 metres from your apartment door) is in one of the busiest areas in Lisbon. It is a pedestrian street full of shops, street vendors selling flowers or roast chestnuts and independent street artists, such as the ‘statue man’, concertina players and many more. There are two magnificent squares at either end of this street, one, Rossio Square, and the other, Comércio Square.
Bairro Alto and Alfama
You can reach the two most traditional districts of Lisbon within minutes! Visit Alfama for the architecture, sounds and atmosphere of ancient Lisbon. Along these narrow, winding streets, and up and down Alfama’s steep stone steps you will find hidden treasures and get a feel for the true soul of Lisbon.
Lisbon Nightlife - On foot
All within 5 minutes of your apartment you will find plenty of places for an evening stroll, and bars, cafés and discos are plentiful in places like Cais do Sodré, 24 de Julho, Alcântara, Santa Apolónia
Culture on every corner
Lisbon has theatre, opera, museums, and shows to offer, and within minutes of your apartment you can take your pick. The choice is up to you!
This apartment is located just 50 metres from Caís do Sodré Station, a public transport hub, with links to many destinations, both within and outside the city of Lisbon.
The days of relying on Caravels (Portuguese two-masted boats) to carry you from one bank of the river to the other have long since gone. Today you can take modern ferry boats ("cacilheiros"). Trains take you to other parts of the country, while the subway, or metro as it is known locally, takes you around the city of Lisbon. There are also street cars, buses and other public transport links at Caís do Sodré station.