Chiado House Rental Photos and Description
Triplex house garage, patio and terrace
Feeling Lisbon 'Penthouse' is a beautifully situated house, Neighborhood Principe Real. Home built recently in 2013, but traces of Portuguese. The house has a 'Triplex' configuration, has a garage and a patio and terrace.
The whole house is very bright and airy with plenty of direct sunlight. Soundproofing and double doors to ensure absolute silence. Combines modern luxury with historic surroundings and offers the perfect retreat for a relaxing and enjoyable stay. This place is best suited for families with children, couples, or a group of friends.
The FeelingLisbon Saudade is conveniently situated within walking distance of some of the main sights of the city's most famous attractions and key areas of the business capital, offering the perfect location and ideal place to stay if you are in Lisbon for business or pleasure . It is 2 minutes from the Metro Station Rat, and the main taxi station / bus, on foot, from where you can get public transport to anywhere inside and outside Lisbon. Community Description: Feeling Lisbon is the testimony of a Lisboeta and I am your host's apartment in Lisbon. Best location in Lisbon! The apartment is located in the heart of the Prince Royal, conveniently located in a residential street offers many facilities and public transport to all parts of the city. Stay where a resident of Lisbon would like to live. In a setting adorned with palaces, museums, antique shops, sights and gardens, lives by stirring in an increasingly cosmopolitan neighborhood. Supermarket, bakery, butcher, hairdresser, restaurants and cafes to 50 meters. The apartments are conveniently located just minutes from some of the major sights and attractions of Lisbon. Museums, the Parlemento and natural history are within walking distance and the fabulous shopping of Avenida da Liberdade. Principe Real gives you easy access to all attractions, with its excellent transport links. It is a quiet, comfortable and convenient for your visit Lisbon base. FeelingLisbon Apartments offers a peaceful retreat from the bustle of the city, but they are within easy reach of all the famous sights and attractions. It is extremely quiet because there is almost no traffic This colorful, exciting area has many bars, restaurants and trendy cafes. You will find traditional fish and chips next to a huge variety of ethnic food to. If you want to update your wardrobe, you can find the latest trends on the market stalls or browse luxury boutiques. Take a walk for 10 minutes and you'll be in the middle of lush Chiado with its theaters, restaurants and shops bright. This attractive neighborhood (called 'Royal Prince' in honor of the eldest son of Queen Maria II) extends north from the Bairro Alto, and although it was once known for its antique shops and gay bars, is now slowly becoming an area Commercial seriously.
Nevertheless, it remains essentially a residential neighborhood, full of gardens, a couple of more walkable city squares and colorful mansions.
The abundant charm turned into one of the most sought after areas to live in the city, and real estate companies have taken notice.
The old buildings are being renovated, a young population is moving, and there's talk of gentrification similar to Georgetown in Washington DC, after the company that became the capital of that district hippest American began acquiring buildings here.
FeelingLisbon Saudade is the primary feeling that inspired this folk music. But Fado means fate. Something that is hard to separate yourself when you feel something that chains us, a weight or a light that always carries. Homesickness is a feeling that the Portuguese as they proudly describe, a feeling rooted in leaving the country, describes the mixture of feelings of loss, absence, distance and love. Also sings Fado to describe the love, the longing of the departed, the sea, the misfortunes of life, and often refers to the life of fishermen and sailors.
Legend has it that the term was coined at the time of the Portuguese Discoveries and colonial Brazil, when he was very present to define the solitude of Portuguese in a strange land, far from loved ones. Defines therefore the melancholy caused by the memory, the pain you feel the absence or disappearance of persons, things, states or actions. Comes from loneliness 'solitáte' Latin.
The most especifista points out that the term comes from loneliness and longing greet where sufferers is what is the expected return of the deceased, not the individual who was to nurture nostalgia. The genesis of the term is directly linked to the Lusitanian maritime tradition.
Lisbon built over time a picture of the fascinating city to its visitors. Its fantastic location, historical significance and characteristics of its inhabitants, generously complemented by artistic and architectural points of interest undeniable highlight it as one of the few still human capital on the scale and pace of life.
In his tours will discover 2,500 years of history of Lisbon. Begins with the Phoenicians, who named it 'Calm Bay', continued by the Romans - the first major settlers - to the Arabs, who defined the urban layout of the old cramped quarters. The geography and climate of Lisbon were the biggest temptation for all communities who settled here, which continues today.
The old quarters, located on Castle hill towards the river, still retain their relationship to maritime activities associated with fishermen and stevedores. Its population also maintains a unique lifestyle with a strong sense of community, influenced by urban density and narrow streets.
I will not forget the earthquake of November 1, 1755, which devastated the entire southwest of the Iberian Peninsula and northwest Africa, was one of the most destructive events in modern history, and will learn about Portugal in the eighteenth century, the innovative architecture of Lower and impact that the earthquake caused in the social, economic and scientific life in Europe.
Records of more than 2000 years of history always leave many hidden secrets and legends, making the history of a city in a creative mix of facts and myths. Discover the curious secrets and even some stories that the city is not proud. Some of these legends generated saints, heroes and villains, which help to keep alive some fantastic events:
Ulysses founded Lisbon
Saint Vincent and the crows
The martyrs of Lisbon
The Passarola Bartolomeu
The massacre of Tavora family
Marquis of Pombal - Angel or Devil?
Low: A Masonic fantasy
Portugal remained neutral during World War 2 and Lisbon became a strategic point of meeting of spies on both sides. During the war, Lisbon became a true 'Spy Nest'. The references in the movie Casablanca to Lisbon are a great example.
Lisbon both the Allies and the Axis kept stunning diplomatic services - was probably the only place in Europe where both sides were in full equality of circumstances.
Explore the narrow streets, the smell of sardines in the air, the sound of fado coming from far
- children welcome
- pets considered
- non smoking only