The apartment and its garden has been recently renovated by an arquitect. It preserved all its antique characteristics, which allows you to feel the old town mood. It is located in a typical and popular neighbourhood, where "fado" began. From there you can walk to the historical monuments, you can catch the mytical "28" old tram and you can shop around in little local shops. And,if you feel tired, you can reach Costa da Caparica's spectacular beach in one hour.
- 2 bedrooms, one with a single sofabed and the other with a double bed.
- Living room with double sofabed
- The apartment has 70 square metres and is a duplex;
- The apartment is on the 3rd floor stair apartment (no elevator);
- All rooms have nice windows and are sunny;
- The sitting room and the bathroom have a balcony.
- 52 square metre garden, very shiny, with a table and 5 dining seats; it has flowers and a lemon tree.
- CD player
- Hair dryer
- Clothes dryer
- Washing machine
A 200.00 € damage deposit in cash, paid as you check in and returned once you check out, after surveillance of the apartment. Any damage occurred during the accommodation will be deducted from this amount.
This district is very beautiful, you can walk through small streets that cross several areas of Lisbon: from Mouraria to Alfama and São Jorge Castle. Taking the famous tram number 28 you will do a scenic route crossing most of the tourist neighborhoods of the city centre. A definite must for any visitor to Lisbon. Worth your visit is the Miradouro de Santa Luzia, a garden terrace with panoramic views, Museu do Fado and Portuguese guitar, and the Museu do Azulejo, with a fantastic tile collection.
Saint George's Castle can be seen from almost everywhere in the city. Its oldest parts date from the 6th century, when it was fortified by the Romans, Visigoths, and eventually the Moors. It served as a Moorish royal residence until Portugal's first king Afonso Henriques captured it in 1147 with the help of northern European crusaders on their way to the Holy Land. It was then dedicated to St. George, the patron saint of England, commemorating the Anglo-Portuguese pact dating from 1371, and became the royal palace until another one (that was destroyed in the Great Earthquake) was built in today's Praça do Comercio. Inside the walls of the castle was the medieval quarter of Santa Cruz, now for the most part a few touristic shops and restaurants. Coming away from the castle is easier than going up, although the rule for finding the castle has always been to just keep going uphill all the way.
On the way, on Rua dos Bacalheiros, stands another attraction, the Casa dos Bicos (House of the Pointed Stones), an early-16th-century town house whose front wall is studded with diamond-shape stones.
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