Perfectly located between the more sophisticated and chique Bairro Alto /Chiado District and the most fashion district (Principe Real). This is the ideal spot to start discovering Lisbon from its heart just walking or using the famouse tram 28.
“This charming apartment is located in an amazing neighborhood with excellent coffee houses, restaurants and nightlife within blocks of the front door. Ana & Vitor were consummate hosts, offering an early check-in that made our first day in Lisbon hassle free. The loft is cozy; the bed is super comfortable, the shower had great heat and pressure and the interior of the apartment was well-appointed and stylish. We couldn’t have asked for much more!”
This incredible duplex on the last floor of a typical Lisbon building located at Rua da Bica in the Chiado area of Lisbon, offers a very relaxing atmosphere, with great views over Lisbon's rooftops and the river. It has two amazing outdoor spaces, a large L shaped balcony and a small terrace. The Loft is comprised of two floors, the lower one with a kitchenette, a large living and dinning area, the bathroom and a large L shaped balcony and the upper level with the bedroom and the terrace.
“We stayed at this apartment for a week. Location was great, close to the metro, close to shops and the market. It is located on a street that becomes quite lively at night, but we didn't hear much from the apartment. The apartment itself is very stylish and has everything you could need for a comfortable stay. It is up a few flights of stairs though so not ideal for those who can't climb stairs well. Keeps you fit! The hosts were great, quick replies and also offered to clean our room mid week. Some thoughtful touches like fruit and wine for us. Would recommend”
This small and charming apartment fully restored, offers a wonderful view over the old rooftops of Alfama, the most typical and historic neighbourhood of Lisbon, to Tagus river. This flat provides every thing you need for an unforgettable experience.
“This is potentially the best Airbnb experience we’ve had so far. The flat looks gorgeous on the pictures already, but it feels a lot bigger in real life. And as with most beautiful things, the photos don’t do the view justice. We loved sitting by the balcony, by day or night, drinking the lovely wine António had left for us. Gazing at the view. Just watching time go by. Yes, I almost died climbing those stairs every night, but it was all worth it. We’re planning on going back to Lisbon and we wouldn’t stay anywhere else.”