In the heart of old Lisbon, with its narrow streets and colourful façades, you have this small simple and modern apartment to make your stay in Lisbon a lifetime memory. An excellent choice for those who like urban scenes and visit cities wanting to be part of them.The apartment has two bedrooms with double beds, a bathroom, a kitchen fitted with everything necessary to cook at home, a dining room seating 5 people.The atmosphere is light and warm, the ideal place to spend a few days without hassles, getting to know the beautiful city of Lisbon. Through the window you can watch the steep streets of the Bica neighbourhood and the tram quietly going up and down the paved street along the day.
With the Bica Elevator right next, two steps away from the Tagus River, Chiado and Bairro Alto, the centre of Lisbon's nightlife and the city's trendiest area, you cannot get a better location!!!
Bairro Alto: In Bairro Alto you will find all types of people. And all kinds of offer. Italian, Morroccan, Indian, Thai restaurants are true temptations and if you look carefuuly there are always novelties.
In terms of Portuguese cuisine, rich and with Mediterranean influence, try one of Lisbon's best restaurants, Pap'Açorda (Rua da Atalaia, 57) or other simpler traditional ones like 1º Maio (Rua da Atalaia, 8), Tasca do Manel (Rua da Barroca, 24) or Bota Alta (Tv. Queimada, 35).
If you want to loose your head shopping, there is a lot to choose from: Agência 117 (rua do Norte, 117), Aleksandar Ptotihch (Rua da Rosa, 114) or Fátima Lopes (Rua da Atalaia, 36).
To have fun all through the night, discover Clube da Esquina (Rua da Barroca, 30-32), Frágil (Rua da Atalaia, 126) or Purex Clube (Rua das Salgadeiras, 28). The novelty is that most of the night spots close at 2 AM and the next morning the streets are cleaner than a few months ago.
Principe Real: Climbing to Principe Real, going down Bica or Chiado will be fine, but Bairro Alto will always feel yours. Your neighbourhood.
Príncipe Real is one of the city's noble areas. Small palaces, charming houses, gardens with history. Next to Bairro Alto, between Rua da Escola Politécnica and Rua de São Bento, Príncipe Real stands out in calm and elegance.
The Príncipe Real garden is the landmark of the neighbourhood. There is a reason: a huge cedar tree with more than 20 metres in diameter. In the 15th. century, this neighbpurhood was called Cotovia. A century later it became the garbage dump of Bairro Alto.If you are an antique lover stroll down Rua de São Bento. You will not be disappointed. There are shops with prices to fit every purse.
If you are a theatre lover, you do not have to leave the neighbourhood. Teatro da Politécnica (Rua Escola Politécnica, 56) and Teatro da Cornucópia (Rua Tenente Raúl Cascais, 1ª) are excellent choices.
Downtown in the heart of Lisbon.
The Bairro Alto neighbourhood has an altogether different standing: it is the 'neighbourhood'. That is enough for it to sail through the years since mid-eighties as one of the oldest alternative areas of the town. Evrything happens here. Art galleries, bars, shops. During the day it is a typical neighbourhood, with small groceries, art schools and shops you do not find elsewhere in town. At night it is the spot for new trends, music, dance and fashion. Like any European capital city.
This neighbourhood was always patronized by writers and journalists and for a long time was looked with suspicion due to prostitution and popular taverns. Nowadays, the artists continue to choose the neighbourhood and double glazing makes things easier for those who live here.
Other Activities: Singing Fado
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