Apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 5 people
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Great location but ...
Outside of the building was a little scary, graffiti all around and no number on building. Entry had musty smell. Many stairs to reach 3rd floor... The manager of the property helped with the luggage - thank goodness!!!! Apartment inside was old but nice enough and well situated once you got out of the side streets! As stated before, great location just off of Libertad and Principe Real!
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Appartement très agréable
Excellent séjour dans cet appartement idéalement situé entre Libertade et Principe de Real.
Confort, commodités, équipement complet, espace pour 5 personnes, avec deux charmantes petites terrasses pour prendre le petit déjeuner ou un verre de porto :-)
appartement très agreable
Appartement très propre et très bien équipé, parfait pour une famille de quatre.
Il est également très bien situé dans Lisbonne et à 5mn à pied du métro.
Principe Real is a charming neighborhood that lies north of the Bairro Alto with a nice square and a green garden.
He was named 'Príncipe Real', in honor of Queen Maria II to her firstborn D. Pedro V, although it was at times famous for its antique shops, bars and gay clubs, has also become a residential and commercial area, especially along the Rua da Escola Politécnica and Rua Dom Pedro V Down the street from St. Martial, leads us to another lovely square and garden, the Praça das Flores, in the heart of this quiet area of colorful houses.
It remains essentially a beautiful neighborhood, full of gardens, with some of the most tranquil town squares and colorful mansions.
In the center of the square, a café and some exotic trees including a cedar with a hundred years old, which resembles a giant umbrella, all surrounded by colorful mansions of the nineteenth century. At 26 square stands the Palace Ribeiro da Cunha, one color pink and white building dating from 1877, whose architect sought to create a romantic evocation of the Arab world. It includes windows horseshoe-shaped spiers and pyramidal, circular oriental style domes decorated with pinnacles, and now houses a shopping arcade called Embassy.
Its charm has turned this area one of the most sought after to live in the city.
Old buildings are being refurbished and the young population is moving.
Down the hill to the east is the small neighborhood of St. Benedict, known by the neoclassical building of Parliament and the antique shops of S��o Bento Street.
Below, to the west side is the Avenida da Liberdade, one of the most cosmopolitan avenues of the city, with international designer shops and restaurants of famous chefs.
And finally, to the south are the Chiado and the Baixa towards the Tagus River, traditional shopping area of ��the city with shops offering numerous temptations.