Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 10 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Feel at home in Lisbon and experience the city like a local, lisboeta, by staying in your own centrally-located apartments.

Each of these stylish apartments is set in a prime location: Bairro de Principe Real (next to Chiado) and Bairro Alto. The FeelingLisbon Discoveries Apartments are conveniently situated within easy reach of some of the city top sights, most famous attractions and key business areas of the capital, offering the perfect location and ideal place, to stay, whether you are in Lisbon for business or leisure.

Each one of this apartments, either it is one, two or tree bedroom apartment, is fully equipped, decorated with elegant and antique furniture, with comfortable sofas and beds. You will find all the comfort of your real home, tasteful contemporary décor and furnishings around the place, that create a relaxing atmosphere. Bright and airy, each apartment combines modern luxury with an historical environment and offers the perfect retreat for a relaxing and enjoyable stay. This place is most suitable for families with children, couples, or for a group of friends.

Sleeps up to 4 people (1 BR + sofa bed). 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom. 55 square meters Compact and fully renewed, furnished and equipped with elegance and quality, excellent brightness in a charming luxury apartment, right in an historic 17th-century building. All the original features, like the wood beams for example, were maintained, and they perfectly complement the décor. Soaring windows, spacious open plan living room. In the living room there is a sofa with 3 seats (2 places bed, size of a double bed), with reclining backrest. Table for 4. TV (LED 32 inches). Radio and CD is installed. Fully fitted and equipped kitchen; fully equipped bathroom with shower; double bedroom. Very stylish blend of modern and antique décor to create an elegant and timeless ambiance and create unforgettable stays in Lisbon! Stunning vacation rental, with historic charm and fabulous setting. Stay in one of the FeelingLisbon Discoveries Apartments and you will be staying in a perfect apartment. This means spending your holiday the way you really want to; whether relaxing with a good book in your hands (provided by us) or using your apartment as a base to explore the city's museums, galleries and stunning landmarks. Or you can always choose to enjoy the view from your apartment (as Lisbon life glimmers below) or from a bustling nearby cafe, sipping a cup of impeccable coffee. Lisbon Perfect's apartments in Lisbon also include a myriad of features to help you feel at home, such as internet connection, a DVD and music collection and an efficient, elegant kitchen in which you can prepare your day's gatherings from the market...You will be guaranteed a warm welcome, an explanation about how everything works in the apartments and all information that you need in relation to the apartments, Lisbon, etc.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Carcavelos 10 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Aeroporto Aeroporto Internacional de Portela LIS, 10 km, Nearest railway: Cais do Sodré, Estação do Rossio, Estação de Santa 5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Fax machine, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, Solarium or roof terrace
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace

The Costa de Lisboa/Lisbon region

Feel at home in Lisbon and experience the city like a local lisboeta, by staying in your own centrally-located apartment.

Each of these stylish apartments is set in a prime location: Bairro de Principe Real (next to Chiado) and Bairro Alto. The FeelingLisbon Apartments are conveniently situated within easy reach of some of the city top sights, most famous attractions and key business areas of the capital, offering the perfect location and ideal place, to stay, whether you are in Lisbon for business or leisure.Personal attention. This is a family business, so is in my interest to keep you happy. And of course I am always just a phone call away if you need to speak with me.

Feeling Lisbon is the testimony of a Lisboeta and am your host at the apartment in Lisbon.

Lisbon

The apartment is in the heart of the Principe Real, conveniently located in a residential street, offers many facilities and public transport to all parts of the city. Stay where a resident of Lisbon would like to live. In a setting adorned with palaces, museums, antique shops, sights and gardens, lives by stirring in a neighborhood increasingly cosmopolitan.

The apartments are in convenient location just minutes from some of Lisbon's top sights and attractions. The Parliament and Natural History Museums are a short walk away and the fabulous shopping of Avenida da Liberdade.

Principe Real gives you easy access to all the attractions with its excellent transport links. It is a quiet, cosy and convenient base for your Lisbon visit. FeelingLisbon Apartments offer a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet they are within easy reach of all the famous sights and attractions of the city. It is extremely quiet because there is almost no traffic

This colourful, exciting area has many pubs, restaurants and trendy cafes. You will find traditional fish & chip shops alongside a huge variety of ethnic food. If you want to update your wardrobe, you can find the latest trends on the market stalls or browse in upscale boutiques. Take a 10 minute stroll and you will be in the middle of leafy Chiado with its theatres, restaurants and glittering shops.

This attractive neighbourhood (named "Royal Prince" in honour of Queen Maria II's first born) extends north of Bairro Alto and although it was once only known for its antique shops and gay bars, it's now slowly becoming a serious shopping area.

Despite that, it remains essentially a residential district, filled with gardens, a couple of the city's most tranquil squares, and colourful mansions.

The abundant charm has turned it into one of the most sought-after areas to live in the city, and real estate companies have taken notice. Old buildings are being renovated, a young population is moving in, and there's talk of gentrification similar to that of Georgetown in Washington DC after the company that turned that district into the American capitals hippest began acquiring buildings here. Down the hill is the small neighbourhood of São Bento, known for the

neoclassical Parliament building and more antique shops down Rua de São Bento.

Take tram 28 , so very close , and discover the various Lisboas to know , because Lisbon is the city of seven hills and each hill districts have very typical and distinct where you can walk ... The true spirit parochial , and in the end, you can rest in our apartments ... Come on down to Baixa !

This script should be started in Terreiro do Paço Real, where from 1511 settled D. Manuel I, the Fortunate, so called because it had the good fortune to collect the fruits of labor and vision of the kings who preceded him, especially one who offered him the throne, his brother and first cousin D. João II . Fortunate but not so much because he saw his only dying man - Prince D. Afonso.

Arriving at the Square (Terreiro do Paço), Martinho da Arcada go to one of the oldest cafes of Lisbon , founded in 1782 , sitting there watching the Tagus while having a spout go reeling events and notable figures who sat here , the most will be celebrated Fernando Pessoa, who almost made office here , envisioning the dreams of a new empire for Portugal , the " Fifth " called by the natural order that preceded the Greek , the Roman , Christianity and Europe , which incorporated the dream of another large Portuguese language Father António Vieira .

This Jesuit created in Brazil, where he died in 1697 at the ripe age of 89 years in São Salvador da Bahia, left the famous sermons, that there to represent the best that the English literature of the time has been important in the defense of libel rights of indigenous peoples, the pulpit protest launched against slavery and mistreatment of the Indians, who at the time did not position earned him many friends among the powerful.

Flawlessly us the vision of the future Fifth Empire based in Portuguese and in their affections, multi - continental vision magnified so melancholic soul of a people. And everything else ... The Chiado has long been the meeting place for artists and intellectuals until the early nineteenth century quarters of the twentieth century. In off Camões where the bust of the poet long contemplates generations of young people here are being mainly in the evenings from 5th to Saturday, meeting place for early " invasion " of the Bairro Alto for dinner , drinking glasses or dance . Here you can also visit churches, take a " Bica " ( name given by the Lisboans espresso ) on the Brazilian side of Fernando Pessoa, Rua Garret roam around and enter the Church of the Martyrs and Rua do Carmo retrieved from the great fire of the eighties that almost all destroyed .

Here is the most exclusive and expensive city , the shops where a more sophisticated bourgeoisie that wants to see and purchase sophisticated lives , trying to give a bohemian air as baste ... and much more to see ... Alfama is the soul of Lisbon, where smells of the city and the history of our people , sailors , singers , Marialvas , pirates , traders , slavers , aristocrats , artists, bohemians , Jews , new Christians , Moors , crucible where it mixes races, cultures knowledge smells and colors . The Patriarchal Cathedral church of nationality where the first King Afonso Henriques in the mid- twelfth century battles between Moors , battles with her mother , turned mosque in place of Christian worship. St. Anthony, who has his church right next to the Cathedral, where on June 13 (day of San Antonio) celebrates the marriages of St. Anthony .