In full typical neighborhood in heart of Lisbon breathes history. This small apartment located amongst the narrow streets of Alfama, where the typical Portuguese musical genre Fado was born, is close to grocery stores, a fish market, cafe's and typical restaurants. Enjoy a fantastic view over the mountain range of the Arrábida, bordered by the Palha See (the largest estuary in Western Europe, situated in Tejo river) and by Lisbon port cruises. Redesigned and renewed by an arquitects' office and complemented by various family relics, this apartment combines tradition, confort and modernity.Was completely renovated in 2012. For your comfort it is equipped with a manual luggage lift, double glass windows and oil heaters. Is a zone very quite because the street doesn´t has traffic. Ideally located. Tastefully decorated . 10 minutes walking you reach the Cristmas tree in Praça do Comércio and Crhistmas lights in Down Town.
Lisbon's oldest neighborhoods (Alfama, Bica, Bairro Alto) revive their tradition of outdoor grilling (pork and sardines) and red wine-drinking every year on the night of June 12, just before Saint Anthony's Day.
The celebration also honors other "popular saints," with the highlight being a colorful parade down Avenida da Liberdade, with every Lisbon neighborhood represented in costume and song, competing for "best march June mounth)."