A home in Alfama

A home in Alfama

Frederico

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our beautiful and comfortable two bedroom apartment is perfect to discover Lisbon.
It is centrally located on a quiet area, close to main attractions of the city such as the Castle and Alfama.

The flat is located at the 1st floor of a 18th century residential building. It was completely renovated.
2 bedrooms with a double bed each and a living room with a sofa bed allows up to 6 guests to experience a wonderful and comfortable time in Lisbon.

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More about us

  1. I'm a thirty-something design writer, curator, editor and professor

  2. I work mainly from home – and all over the city – and I travel extensively for work (and leisure) throughout much of the year. I don't smoke and am allergic to cats.

  3. I’m currently doing a 3-year PhD scholarship at Birkbeck, University of London and the V&A Museum so I go to London every six weeks or so.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Located at Largo de Santa Marinha, a beautiful and typical square of Alfama, the apartment is walking distance from most touristic attractions of Lisbon, such as the Castle, Feira da Ladra, São Vicente's Church, Sé Cathedral, National Panteão and Miradouro de Santa Luzia.
Alfama is the oldest neighborhoods of Lisbon, with beautiful narrow streets and amazing views each corner.

Buzzy restaurants
Prado
Cool bars
Botequim
Cozy cafés
Café do Monte
Retail therapy
Cortiço & Netos
Bit of culture
Lisbon Architecture Triennale: just a few steps away
Day tripping
Sintra!

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