This apartment is located in a very typical area on one of Lisbon’s seven hills. The resplendent rooms are all with big windows facing Tagus River and São Jorge Castle. Across the road you find a typical Portuguese bakery, I recommend you to try Pão da Avó (Grandmother bread). Within five minutes walk you are in the castle; on the opposite side at the same distance, you get to various museums and monuments. You also cannot miss the exciting city tour, taking the famous tram No. 28, it stops 50 m from the apartment. All kind of shopping and important churches and museums are easily accessible by walk.
Guest Book: Dear Joao!
We would like to impress you our sincerely thanks for our staying in Lisbon in your apartment.
It is really good and we have been feeling ourselves there same as at home.
All information about your apartment we received from internet is true and it is even better in reality than in computer.
Please, give our best regards and thanks to Paula!
This is to thank you for your lovely apartment in Gra?a Lisboa. We so enjoyed our holiday there. Lisbon is a beautiful city.
It was lovely to have been met and welcomed by your wife who showed us round the place and explained how everything worked. Such a warm welcome made such a difference! Thank you also for the Port. That too made a difference! We loved how bright and airy the flat is, and that it had everything we needed. It is so conveniently located for sightseeing, shops, the centre of the city, and also to a taxi rank! We hope to return in the spring!
Yasmin and Steve - England - 2008
Guest book: Joao
Thank you so much for our wonderful holiday in Lisbon. We loved the apartment; it was very comfortable and well appointed; and the view was spectacular. We particularly enjoyed staying in the Gra?a area and were regulars at Baga - Baga. Tram route 28 was also great fun and once we found out you can buy a day pass for all the transport in Lisbon in the shop next door to Baga - Baga (perhaps you might tell your guests this) we spent a lovely day on the trams and elevators. We had very good food in Lisbon and particularly enjoyed Tasca de S? opposite the S? Cathedral.
Thank you once again; please also pass on our thanks to Paula and her mother for looking after us so well.
The Lesters - England - 2008
Thank you for the great time we had in Lisbon. The apartment was everything we hoped for and we would definitely recommend it to other people.
Also, the bottle of Port that was waiting for us when we arrived was very nice..
Dear Sr. Reis,
Many many thanks for your beautiful apartment. We enjoyed staying there very much - I have also recommended it to some of my colleagues here in London who are thinking of a short holiday.
With best wishes for the New Year,
Bom Dia Joao,
at first let me thank you for the pleasant stay in your apartment while we
We really enjoyed staying in your apartment in the heart of old Lisboa!
Going around with the tramp 28 to everywhere ... Lovely !
Best regards from Germany
to you, Paula and the friendly guys at Mourica's
We have just had a most fantastic week in Lisbon. Your apartment is even better than you described and located in a wonderful part of the old town but thank heavens for the number 28 tram.
When in the apartment we spent ages just sat in the window taking in the marvelous views of the castle and the Tagus.
Please thank Paula for her welcome.
Mr/Mrs MURRAY 2007
Iam a Operations Manager of Hotel Presidente in Luanda since 1998.
Lisbon’s Cathedral was built in 1147 on the site of a mosque by King Afonso Henriques in triumphant symbolism following the Moorish defeat. S. Vicent Church was built following the conquest of Lisbon in 1147. Miradouro Santa Luzia - Lisbon’s dazzling vistas are the most memorable images of the city and miradouro is one of most romantic. S. Jorge Castle is dominating Lisbon’s skyline. The dramatic castle stands where Lisbon first began. Miradouro da Graça provides more breathtaking views over Lisbon. Visit the Roman theatre museum: the Roman theatre, originally built in the first century BC by emperor Augustus was rebuilt in AD 57, during the time of Nero. The Graça-Alfama Castelo is unfolding like a medieval diorama beneath the mystical Castelo. The Alfama is Lisbon’s spiritual heart. It’s an old Moorish quarter where ribbons of alleyways coil into blind alleys; where crooked alcoves reveal timeless vistas and where old world rituals and costumes unfold like an old Pathé newsreel.
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