Very comfortable 3 bedrooms apartment in a well kept building next the Shopping centre "Amoreiras". Outside the door as are a myriad of buses. Less than 10 minutes to metro station
- 1 bedroom with a double bed
- 1 bedroom with 2 single beds
- 1 bedroom with a double sofa bed
- Living room
- Dinning room
- Bathroom with bath tube
- Kitchen, well equipped
- Balcony with windows with 25spm
- Full kitchen
- Kitchen utensils
- Coffee maker
- Washing machine
- Cable TV
- Internet wi-fi
- Hair dryer
A safety deposit of 200 Euros in cash is applicable at check-in, refundable at check-out if apartment is in good condition.
An ”after hours” fee of 30 Euros will be applicable between 10 pm and 8 am.
Campo de Ourique, Lisbon
Campo de Ourique
A very tipical portuguese neighborhood.
Across from Basílica da Estrela is this delightful neighborhood park, one of the loveliest in the city and a favorite with families.
There are exotic plants and trees, a small duck-dotted lake, various
sculptures, a children's playground, and an attractive wrought-iron gazebo that
serves as an old-fashioned bandstand.
Beyond the park is the English Cemetery, founded in 1717 and
originally shared with the Dutch community. Novelist Henry Fielding, author of
Tom Jones, died during a visit to Lisbon and is buried here. If you're
curious, ring a bell to be let in.
At Campo de Ourique it is said that almost everyone knows each other, while living in the centre of the Portuguese capital. It remains very close to the classic nightlife spots of Lisbon (Bairro Alto, Santos and Alcântara), and the beaches that surround Lisbon. The famous No. 28 tram leaves from this district (Prazeres) and we are + / - 30 minutes from the beaches of Cascais/Guincho or Caparica by highway.
Campo de Ourique is the district with the largest number of cafes / terraces per square metre in Lisbon, his life revolves around the “Jardim da Parada”, a place in the heart of neighbourhood.
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