Housed in a most typical neighborhoods ('castiços') of Lisbon, was born here the great singer Amalia Rodrigues and here it is said that the great poet died century. XVI, Luís Vaz de Camões.
Right next door is the 'Garden of Torel' garden you can find in all the guidebooks Lisbon to have a beautiful panoramic view of the downtown.
Although it is in a tourist area so, in Hill Santana (facing the hill to Bairro Alto) can find good restaurants of typical Portuguese food at a very reasonable cost. It has access to all the transport network in Lisbon on your doorstep you will find: coffee / pastry shop, newsagent, supermarket, hairdresser, drugstore, ...
A little further along, but still walk, supermarket, cafés, two terraces super nice and comfortable (and Torel Campo Santana), large stores of international brands, cinemas, theaters, restaurants. An offer diversified international ... Anyway, is at the center of Lisbon!
Campo Martires da Patria: 30, 123, 760, 767, 790
Marquis of Pombal / Duque de Loulé: 22, 712, 720, 723.753
Metro: Restorers / Avenue / Rossio
To climb to the Lower Hill Santana: Lift Lavra / Bus: 760
Five minutes from Avenida da Liberdade / Restorers / Rossio - Right in the center of Lisbon with access to the entire network of transportation - subway, bus, taxi, boat, train. Nearly all commerce, Apartment nice and cozy, and recovered with natural light.
In Pena, parish of Lisbon, can see / visit:
The Church Pena was inaugurated in 1705 and is stated here the Baroque Johannine, the ceiling can be seen painting António Lobo.
The Hospital of Saint Joseph: Started May 15, 1492
The Elevator of the Lavra is the elevator's oldest city, has more than 120 years
The Lisbon Coliseum which was inaugurated in 1890
The Convent of the Incarnation date of 1630, had to be rebuilt after the earthquake of 1755 and was completed in 1758.
The Central Church of Lisbon was the first building of the Adventist Church in Portugal that had as room service, inaugurated in 1924.
In the Queen's Palace, stands the Palace of Bemposta and his royal chapel. In the main altar of the Chapel Royal is a frame with the royal family, D. Maria I and D. John VI and an iconographic presentation of Lisbon, with special emphasis on the São Jorge Castle.
Being in the center of Lisbon, you can enjoy all that this European capital supply is proud to present.
Not only Lisbon is stunning to know, as it is surrounded by localities absolutely gorgeous and very easy to access, such as Sintra (40 min. Train) or Estoril (30 min. Railway) or Setúbal / Trojan / Arrábida (1 to 1.5 hours train).
City that lies along the river, by the sea, enclosed in mountains, with a whole story to tell ... very upset to modernity has a range of offers endless :)
Be a lover of culture, sport, leisure, pleasure, here you will find the answer ;)