|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This cosy apartment is situated in Lisbon’s oldest district. That, and the fact that it’s at street level gives you an opportunity to really blend into the city. While it’s quaint outside, it’s sleek and comfortable inside which is ideal for romantic nights spent in with a bottle of wine and some pasta. If you do head out, try some of the Fado bars nearby.
Picturesque, charming and nostalgic. This is Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest district. You’ll find some of the best fado bars here along the cobbled streets. Just follow the music!
Traditionally a fishing community, Alfama still retains a lot of its old charm. You’ll see terracotta rooftops, white-washed walls and flower-filled balconies.
To enjoy it even more, grab your camera and hop on the nostalgic Tram 28 to take in the views as you head for the city centre.
A very nice, well located, complete appartment in the center of Alfama.
Paula is a very nice person, who is very helpfull and does what she says.
If we ever come back to Lissabon, we definately book this appartment again!
The apartment was bigger than we expected, everything we needed was there. Nice shower, nice bed, nice kitchen. Even though it was pretty warm outside, we could keep a nice temperature inside, without air conditioning. Paula was really nice, we could call her when needed.
We enjoyed the appartment being in residential area of Alfama. Paula was friendly and surprised us with a big bowl of fresh fruits. The appartment was clean and quiet. There was not much daylight in the appartment.
The place is very quiet and very well located in the most typical part of Lisbon (Alfama).
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