Upper Lisbon is located in one of the most beautiful, historical and central districts in Lisbon, the Graça district. The building where the is situated is of the early twentieth century, renovated in 2014 but with its well preserved soul where all the old ornamentation still resides so that they can experience the true spirit of "Living it Lisbon" in a calm and quiet with the privilege of having the most amazing view of the whole city just a few steps ahead.
The apartment has six bedrooms, with a total capacity for 10 people, where each room has a different environment due to its unique decoration and individual colors, each has all the accommodation you need to start your holiday with great spirit. The kitchen is fully equipped with all the hardware you need to cook your meals if you need to, otherwise there are many places to dine, have lunch or have breakfast near the apartment or across the city of Lisbon. In case you need some orientation of places to eat or have a drink, do not worry, we'll talk about the most current places to look for. The apartment has two bathrooms with everything you need, from shampoo to shower gel, or hair dryer and first aid kit.
Our goal is to have a great stay with all the accommodation and directions you need.
All guests must act responsibly and respect the space and the people with whom you share. They should also respect neighbors during rest periods, avoiding noise in all areas from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (8:00 a.m.).
Smoking is not allowed inside the apartment, only on the balcony.
Since 2015, Portugal has strictly enforced a long-standing law, requiring that anyone offering vacation accommodation register the entry, exit and identification data of all non-Portuguese citizens using this accommodation. This law came into force in Portugal and most other EU countries at some point since the gradual implementation of the 1990 Schengen Agreement to prevent trafficking in persons and other illegal practices. In this case, it is specifically Article 45 of the Schengen Agreement and the recent Law of Local Accommodation in Portugal that brought this rule to a sharper focus.
The governing body that monitors the foreigners movement is SEF (Aliens and Borders Service or Immigration and Borders Service).