Family Room with Breakfast in the Café
Really nice flat right in the center of Lisbon, the heart of the city, Marquês de Pombal. you can count with a nice house with big areas, really comfortable and also cosy. The location is perfect since you have lots of transports and facilities
The apartment has free wireless internet and Cable TV.
Breakfast is included in price. You will go to the café on the corner like Portugueses do.
Walking the flat is:
- 7/8 minutes far from bairro alto
- 7/8 minutes far from "Amoreiras" shopping mall
- 1/2 minutes far from "Marques de Pombal" metro station and "Rato" metro station
it also has lots of buses right on the street
Close to all facilities like supermarkets, mall, metro, nightlife, etc.
This area is perfect to go walking everywhere you have beautiful little gardens and viewpoints over the river very close by and we're at walking distance from Princípe Real, Chiado, Avenida da Liberdade, São Bento, etc. But if you don't feel like walking we're also just one minute away from Rato metro station and other public transportation like taxi and buses. Or also only a five minute walk to the famous “Eléctrico 28″ line (typical tram) which connects to Bairro Alto and the Castle of St. Jorge.
Please feel welcome to stay anytime in the year.
The Liberty Avenue is one of the main avenues of the city of Lisbon in Portugal, which connects the square Restorers of the Marques de Pombal Square. With about 90 m wide and 1100 m long, has several tracks and wide sidewalks decorated with gardens and Portuguese sidewalk.
The avenue of Liberty and the square of the Restorers have their origin in the boulevard called Public Road, begun in 1764, and created by architect Reinaldo Manuel. Initially walled, the slope has undergone major changes in the 1830s and 1840s by architect Malachi Leal Ferreira, who introduced a new arrangement of gardens and fountains with water falls and allegorical statues representing the river Tagus and the Douro River.
After much controversy, the avenue was built between 1879 and 1886 and the image of the boulevards of Paris. Its creation was a milestone in the expansion of the city to the north, and quickly became a reference to the wealthier classes locate their residences there.
Many of the original buildings Avenue were replaced in recent decades by office buildings and hotels. Today the avenue still contains much interesting buildings of architectural and artistic point of view, especially from the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. There are even statues of writers like Almeida Garrett, Alexandre Herculano, António Feliciano de Castilho and others, and a monument to the dead of the Great War (World War I), which opened in 1931, the work of Rebelo de Andrade Alves and Maximian, and that located near the Parque Mayer.
Its scenic qualities, prestigious shops, hotels, theaters and historic buildings make it a tourist landmark of the city. It is considered the 35th most expensive street in the world.
The Avenue of Freedom is still the main stage of the traditional parades of town festivals that run on the night before the feast of St. Anthony of Lisbon (night 12 to June 13), in which the neighborhoods of Lisbon compete for "best gear".
The June 18, 2013, Liberty Avenue was ranked as the Joint Public Interest
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Type of staying
Breakfast is included
Living area (m2)