If we were to describe this apartment all one word, it would be, no doubt, 'classic' and if we were to add one more word it would be 'space', lots of space!
All rooms are large and have their own soul, as if each division had a life of its own.
The living room and dining room are simple, classic décor and calm environment. The corridor, British-inspired, leading to all rooms in the house: the bedrooms, ranging from the simplicity and exuberance, the unique and spacious bathrooms, and rustic nature cuisine.
Situated in the city centre, it is easy to reach all points that require a visit on a trip to Lisbon: Baixa, Chiado, Alfama, Castelo de São Jorge, Mouraria, Belém, among others.
Situated between Amoreiras, Estrela and Prazeres, until the 18th.. century Campo de Ourique was not part of Lisbon's centre. In the beginning it was ony a windy slope where the factory workers from Alcântara lived.
The streets of Campo de Ourique are full of shops, cafés, pastry shops, medical surgeries and offices. Two trams, number 25 (Alfândega/Campo de Ourique) and the legendary 28 (Martim Moniz/Campo de Ourique), make the going easy and give a certain charm. To understand the atmosphere of the neighbourhood, walk through the older cafés: A Tentadora (Rua Ferreira Borges, 1), Ruacaná (Rua Almeida Sousa, 31 A/B) and Canas (Rua Saraiva de Carvalho 145 A/B. Irreplaceable are the visits to the Santo Condestável church, authored by Vasco Regaleira and Campo de Ourique produce market, where you will not resist the Mercado Chocolate chocolateer (Rua Coelho da Rocha). For wine lovers, there is paradise at A Garrafeira de Campo de Ourique (Rua Tomás de Anunciação, 29 A). And since the gourmet shops are in expansion in this area, let yourself be seduced by Oil&Vinegar (Rua 4 de Infantaria, 29) and Portugal Rural (Rua Saraiva de Carvalho 115 R/C).
The Amoreiras area is a natural extension of Campo de Ourique, the neighbourhood's symbol is the Amoreiras Shopping Center, opened in 1985. From the beginning, the shopping center became well known for its daring architecture, by Tomás Taveira. It won the Valmor and the Municipal Architecture prizes in 1993. Here the best brands have their shops. A few steps away, visit the Amoreiras Garden or the Marcelino Mesquita Garden, imagined by Marquês de Pombal and the Mãe d'Água das Amoreiras water reservoir (Praça das Amoreiras, 10).