The apartment has two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with two single beds but which can be pushed together and make a double bed. It has a living room with lots of light with a sofa bed which can sleep up to two people, one bathroom and a kitchen with electric stove, microwave oven, refrigerator, toaster, coffee maker and espresso machine. You can also use the fast and free wireless internet. The building is situated in a quiet street of Bairro Alto in a beautiful and characteristic building of the area, the atmosphere is light and welcoming, the ideal place to spend a few carefree days to know the beautiful city of Lisbon, this space is to two minute walk from the Royal Prince who is one of the noble and trendy areas of the city. Small palaces, charming houses, gardens with history. Close to Bairro Alto, between the Rua da Escola Politécnica and the São Bento Street, the Crown Prince stands out for calm and elegance, by its cafes, kiosk, fantastic garden and its unique light
The Garden of Principe Real is the major symbol of the neighborhood. There is a reason: a huge cedar of Buçaco with 20 meters in diameter. In the fifteenth century, this area was called Alto da Lark. A century later it became the garbage dump of Bairro Alto.
The Bairro Alto is a typical historical Lisbon area where you can have dinner the best traditional restaurants of Lisbon, hear the best fado or fun -If the most stirred and relaxed evening in the city. You will find all kinds of people. And all kinds of offer. Restaurants Italian, Moroccan, Indian and Thai restaurants are true temptations and if you look good is always new. With the lift of the spout right next door, within walking distance of the river Tagus, Chiado and Cais do Sodre, best location I could not ask. Is the ideal place to meet throughout the city during the day, take a rest in the evening and even enjoy a delicious dinner followed by an outlet until later in bars and clubs in most of the Portuguese capital.
You can also walk, go to the most beautiful gardens, or walk the most emblematic public transport Lisbon people, such as the electric 28 which will take you on a beautiful journey to the castle of St. George and down the elevator of Gloria and go shopping in the Avenida da Liberdade where the best shops with international luxury brands.
Bairro Alto: In Bairro Alto will terms of Portuguese cuisine, rich and with Mediterranean influence, try one of the best restaurants in Lisbon, the Pap'Açorda (R Watchtower, 57.), Or other more traditional simple, such as 1 May (R. of Watchtower, 8), the Tasca do Manel (R. Baroque, 24) or the Bota Alta (tv. Burnt, 35).
If you want to lose your head shopping, there is plenty to choose from: Agência 117 (North Street, 117), Aleksandar Protihch (Rua da Rosa, 114) or Fatima Lopes (Rua da Atalaia, 36). For fun night away, discover the Clube da Esquina (Rua da Barroca, 30-32), the Fragile (Rua da Atalaia, 126) or the Club Purex (Rua das Salgadeiras, 28). The novelty is that most of the night spots close at two in the morning and the next day the streets are cleaner than usual until a few months.
Principe Real: Climbing to Principe Real, going down Bica or Chiado will be fine, but Bairro Alto will always feel it more yours. Your neighborhood.
If you are an antique lover down the Rua de São Bento. It will not disappoint. There are shops with prices to fit every purse.
If you are a theater lover, you do not need to leave the neighborhood. The Polytechnic Theatre (Street Polytechnic School, 56) and the Theatre of Cornucopia (Lieutenant Raul Rua Cascais, 1 A) are excellent choices.