Welcome to Estrela Home in 28 tram Route!
Why this apartment?
Located in Estrela-Lapa one of the most charming neighborhoods of Lisbon, and recently designated as the Design district, this apartment is not only the perfect setting to explore the city center, but also here you'll find the peace you'll need to rest after a night out ;-)
Here you will find a very well equipped apartment with a large living room, perfect for enjoying great home cooked meals with fresh products from traditional local shops and with the option of buying bio products: vegetables, fruits and bread.
The kitchen is very well equipped with all the necessary appliances, plus with the present disposition of the space you can easily prepare a meal and chat while enjoying a glass of wine.
The apartment has two beedrooms with two large closets. One has a double bed and the other has two single beds with the option to place them together as the bedside is common for both beds.
The bathroom is also very well equipped with hair dryer, shaving mirror and bath and hand towels. You can expect to find a bathtub and some consumable hygiene stock.
This flat is children’s friendly and is a great place for families of 4 or five as the fifth is also possible to host.
We can also provide a baby travel bed and linens, as well as a “marsupial” if you wish to go around the city with your baby. There will be available in the flat a football to play in the Estrela garden and some toddlers books and toys.
The apartment door is 5mts away from the 28 Route Tram stop / 2 min from the Estrela garden, the place to rest at the end of the day while lying on the grass and sunbathing with your children enjoying the playground / 2 min from the Basilica / 5 min from the Parliament / 5 min from The Amalia Museum (Fado) / 10 min from the green area of Tapada das Necessidades and also from one of the most emblematic and charming neighborhoods of Lisbon - Campo de Ourique, where you will find several other points of interest among the house of Fernando Pessoa (Portuguese writer), Prazeres Cemetery and Campo de Ourique Market.
From Estrela and if you are a fan of walking you can easily go to Amoreiras towers that became a Lisbon's icon with it's bold Architecture. If you are not afraid of heights, you can go to the top and enjoy the 360 panoramic view of Lisbon and the Tagus river. From here you can also visit the Lisbon's Aqueduct, built in the 16th century or go to Rato square and follow to Principe Real neighboorhood where you can visit the marvellous viewpoint of São Pedro de Alcântara. From here you can follow to Chiado and Downtown.