This apartment is located in a very typical area on one of Lisbon’s seven hills. Distant 50 meters from our other Old Lisbon Apartment (Apartment # 34476 or # 11833) across the road you find a typical Portuguese bakery, I recommend you to try Pão da Avó (Grandmother’s Bread). Within a 5 minute 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,
As we finished the great bottle of Rubby Porto offered, we decided to leave...
No kidding, our stay in your brand new apartment was very pleasant.
The location is very convenient. Quiet, close to great monuments and other areas were easy to reach by walk.
Paula has been helpful and kind, please thank her for us.
Thank you and hope to meet you in your exciting city.
Sandrine, Vincent and Mathilde. (France-05/12/07 )
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 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.
Other Activities: Visiting all Monuments around by walk.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency () unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.