Located in the heart of Chiado, you will find an unique four bedroom apartment. On the third floor (with elevator) of a newly rebuild building some beautiful features on the walls and living room ceiling remain unaltered, giving you a sense of years past, combined with modern trends.
It is undoubtedly the place for your stay. Three floors up from the city´s busy life, with friends or family, this will be the haven you will want to come back to after enjoying Lisbon in all its "glory" all day.
Located on one of the main streets of chic and active Chiado, surrounded by trendy cafés, restaurants and shops as well as Theatre and Museums, and central to all other quarters you will want to visit, it may not keep you long though....
The apartment is 200 m2 and has been renovated to include the following:
* One living room with sitting and dining areas;
* Two bedrooms with 3 single beds;
* A suite bedroom with a double bed, walk-in closet and a bathroom with bathtub;
* One bedroom with a double bed;
* A bathroom with bathtub;
* A fully equipped kitchen with electric stove and oven, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, and a fridge with freezer;
* A wc;
* Central heating in all rooms;
* Free wireless internet connection;
* The building has an elevator.
We will welcome you with a bottle of wine.
Chiado as re-emerged from the ashes of the big fire in 1988 after about 10 years. All the investment made in the renewing of this area, conciliating elegance of the past with the modern needs of comfort and design made this the most appreciated and expensive neighborhood of central Lisbon.
Chiado is considered the most beautiful area of historic Lisbon. It was a place of residence of the Portuguese royalty and of the political and cultural elites. Nearby are located the theatre S. Luis and the opera S. Carlos. A little further is Camões square (Praça de Camões), next to Bairro Alto, picturesque but raffish. Part of Lisbon's nightlife is concentrated in this quarter, where you can hear 'fados' being sung in some restaurants and cafés. Chiado and Bairro Alto are where locals and tourists meet, with elegant hotels, old cafés and the best international fashion shops. The flats are also a few minutes walking to a lot of trendy shops, and to the famous café Brasileira.
A 5 minutes walk takes you to the the funicular Bica and also toRossio, in Baixa, the neighbourhood rebuilt after the earthquake of 1755. In the direction of the river, you can find Praça do Comércio, centre of the old Portuguese empire near the river Tejo (Tagus river).
It is close to shops, restaurants, cafes, banks, cash machines, public transports (inc subway station Baixa/Chiado station 50 meters away and electric trams) 24 hour taxi stands, etc. Also in the same square there are a pharmacy and a post office, as well as grocery shops within 5 minutes walking.
To go to Sintra or to Óbidos you must catch the train at Entre-Campos train station, which is just a short subway trip from Chiado.
The nearest airport is Lisbon International Airport at 12 kilometres; the nearest railway station is International Station of Santa Apolónia at 1 kilometre.
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