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Rossio Square Boutique Apartment

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1 Bedroom
1 Bed
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Small, airy, charming, retro yet comfortable, 1st floor boutique apartment just behind the National Theatre in Rossio Square in a quiet, safe and serene corner of central historic Lisbon.

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Rossio Square Boutique Apartment
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Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM

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Extra people: $11 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $17
Security Deposit: $168
Monthly Price: $1458 /month
Cancellation: Strict

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2 nights minimum stay
The romantic movie corner. Pop-corn not provided.

The romantic movie corner. Pop-corn not provided.

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  • Gonçalo
  • Rossio Train Station

    Train to Sintra. Takes about an hour. Spend the whole day and go early. In Sintra, visit: Village Palace, Regaleira Palace and Pena Palace. If you only have time for one, visit the village palace.
    Lisbon
  • Pingo Doce

    Pingo Doce Supermarket the closest little grocery to the apartment.
    Rua 1º de Dezembro Lisbon Lisbon
  • Largo do Regedor Police Station

    Hopefully you wont be needing this icon...
    Largo do Regedor Lisbon Lisbon
  • Caixa Geral de Depósitos (ATM)

    ATM (there are many more in our neighbourhood)
    Praça Dom Pedro Iv Lisbon Lisbon 1100-200
  • Gambrinus

    This Lisbon institution open since 1936 is found right in the center of the city, but this one is one of Lisbons top restaurants, and a must for seafood lovers. Pricy. (Metro: Rossio)
    Rua das Portas de Santo Antão Lisboa Lisboa 1150-264
  • Café Nicola

    A classic café on Rossio square with a pleasant outdoor space to watch the world go by. (Metro: Rossio or Chiado)
    24-25 Lisboa Lisboa 1200-091
  • Farmácia Azevedos, Rossio 31-32

    Pharmacy on Rossio Square.
  • Santa Justa Lift

    Design by Eiffel, elevator takes passengers between the downtown and uptown shopping districts. Its adjacent to the Carmo convent destroyed in the earthquake of 1755. Great lookout. (Metro: Chiado)
    Rua de Santa Justa Lisboa Lisboa 1100
  • The Independente Brunch

    Great place for Lazy Sunday Brunch in Lisbon. This place oozes coolness and character. (Bairro Alto, Elevador da Gloria)
    Rua São Pedro de Alcântara Lisbon 1250-238
  • The Decadente

    It attracts a cosmopolitan crowd to its modern Portuguese cuisine using traditional products. The atmosphere is always relaxed and the dining area is attractive. It’s almost always full. (Bairro Alto)
    Rua São Pedro de Alcântara Lisbon 1250-238
  • São Pedro De Alcântara

    Beautiful view of the city and castle. Right next to the Gloria funicular, an attraction in its own right and a Lisbon icon. (Bairro Alto, Elevador da Gloria)
  • Solar dos Presuntos

    Although located in an area surrounded by tourist restaurants, Solar dos Presuntos still stands out for its genuine atmosphere and quality cuisine. Offers excellent fish and seafood dishes. (Rossio)
    Rua Portas de Santo Antão Lisbon Lisbon 1150-269
  • A Brasileira

    An institution among the bohemians, artists and poets in the 1920s and 30s. Interesting period decoration. Great for a cuppa outdoors and watching the world go by.
    R. Garrett Lisboa Lisboa 1200
  • Chiado Shopping District

    Perhaps Lisbons most pleasant shopping district here you will find clothing, accessories, bookshops, fine dining, street cafés and a large FNAC (electrical goods). (Metro: Chiado)
    Rua Garrett Lisbon Lisbon 1200
  • Restaurante Fidalgo

    Traditional Portuguese dishes.Prices are reasonable and is one of the few restaurants in Bairro Alto open lunchtime. (Bairro Alto, Tram: 28)
    Rua da Barroca Lisboa Lisboa 1200
  • Hospital São José

    This is your closest Accident and Emergency room. If your is not a genuine emergency (life threatening), be prepared to wait. Healthcare standards tend to be good. (Metro: Martim Moniz / short walk)
    Rua José António Serrano Lisbon Lisbon 1150-199
  • Restaurante As Salgadeiras

    The interior with stone arches draws you in while the above-average prices may send you away. But this is one of the most enjoyable restaurants in the city. (Bairro Alto, Tram: 28)
    Rua das Salgadeiras Lisbon 1200-396
  • A Vida Portuguesa

    Great little design shop with lots of classic Portuguese brands and small gifts. Well worth a browse. (Metro: Chiado or Tram: 28)
    R. Anchieta Lisboa 1200
  • Restaurante Belcanto

    One of 3 restaurants in Lisbon with a Michelin Star! José Avilez will take your tastebuds on a journey. Well worth a visit for a treat or a special dinner. (Metro: Chiado or Tram: 28)
    Largo de São Carlos Lisboa Lisboa 1200
  • Augusta Shopping District

    This was Lisbons prime shopping district in its heyday. Today a little tatty, but still impressive with the arch at Comercio Square. Still a good place to grab breakfast at Casa Brasileira.
    Rua Augusta Lisbon Lisbon 1100-576
  • Chinese Pavilion

    Fuddy duddy bar with old world decor. Its not trying to be vintage it is vintage. Lots of eye candy and worth a quick visit. Pool tables may tempt you to stay a little longer.
    R. Dom Pedro V Lisboa Lisboa 1250
  • Café no Chiado

    Good for a lazy lunch, right next to the Opera House, has a pleasant al fresco dining area. Sip your glass of vinho verde and watch the trams roll by... (Metro: Chiado or Tram: 28)
    Largo do Picadeiro Lisboa 1200
  • Restaurante Velho Macedo

    This family run restaurant serves quality Portuguese home-style fair and reasonable honest prices. Highly recommended. (Metro: Chiado or Tram 28)
    Rua da Madalena Lisboa 1100
  • Cantinho do Avillez

    Gastronomical delight from the same chef that brought the Michelin starred Belcanto to Lisbon. Beautifully decorated with an exceptional menu. Expect to pay accordingly. (Metro Chiado or Tram 28)
    Rua Duques de Bragança Lisbon 1200-162
  • Jardim do Príncipe Real Shopping District

    Lisbons new trendy shopping district awash with local designer stores, furniture shops, a beautiful garden and relaxing cafés. Dont miss Embaixada: 19th century designer shopping mall! (No Metro)
  • Castle of S. Jorge

    Stunning views over the city. Best visited during a sunset. 10 minute walk away if you are adventurous to finding some short-cuts. (Alfama, Tram: 28)
    Rua de Santa Cruz do Castelo Lisboa Lisboa 1100
  • Noobai Café

    Just to the right of Santa Catarina lookout, this great little bar serves food with great views over the river and the city. Great for a lazy afternoon in the company of a book. (Bairro Alto Tram: 28)
    1200
  • Conserveira De Lisboa Lda

    Worldwide famous canned fish. Conserveira de Lisboa is a short walk from the apartment and is one of its most traditional stores. Its products make memorable amusing souvenirs. (Tram: 28)
    R. dos Bacalhoeiros Lisboa 1100
  • Miradouro de Santa Catarina

    A quiet lookout where youngsters hang out. It has a little cafe where you can have a refreshment. Noobai, the trendy little cafe is just to right of the belvedere. (Tram: 28)
    Rua de Santa Catarina
  • Cervejaria Ramiro

    There is only one place to go for seafood. Here the seafood is so fresh it swims its way to your plate. Av. Almirante Reis nº1 - H (Metro: Intendente)
  • Avenida da Liberdade Shopping District

    If you are looking for upmarket shopping, Avenida da Liberdade is where you should head to find Prada, Gucci Company. (Metro: Avenida)
    Avenida da Liberdade Lisbon Lisbon District 1250-148
  • Maria Catita - Restaurante e Loja Regional

    Great new neighbourhood restaurant just a short walk away (15 minutes) with excellent critical reviews and a lively atmosphere. Pop int Taberna Moderna a few doors away for pre or post dinner gin.
    Rua dos Bacalhoeiros Lisbon
  • Santo António Church

    Dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua, the citys patron saint. (Tram: 28)
    Lisbon 1100-401
  • Sol e Pesca

    Fishing shop turned into bar, in this recently trendy area of Lisbon. (Metro: Cais do Sodré or a short walk from Bairro Alto)
    Rua Nova do Carvalho Lisboa Lisboa 1200
  • Jamaica Bar

    In a street full of bars and clubs (Pensão Amor and Bar da Velha Senhora are worth a visit too), Jamaica is a classic. (Metro: Cais do Sodré or a short walk from Bairro Alto).
    Rua Nova do Carvalho Lisbon Lisbon 1200
  • Lisbon Cathedral

    Less than a minutes walk away. 12th century Romanesque style building and the oldest church in the city. (Tram: 28)
    Largo da Sé Lisbon Lisbon 1100
  • Restaurante Qosqo

    Tired of Portuguese Food?. Try this little south american gem. Qosqo serves tasty Peruvian food, has a friendly service and is only a short 15 minute walk away.
    Rua dos Bacalhoeiros Lisbon
  • Miradouro da Senhora do Monte

    Undoubtedly, Lisbons finest view! Hands Down. Easy to get to from the end of Tram 28 (L. Graça).
    Calçada do Monte Lisboa 1170-250
  • Taberna Moderna

    This swish n swanky Gin Bar is just around the corner. They serve excellent food and you can literally stumble home. It sits next to the 15th century Casa dos Bicos. (Metro: Terreiro do Paço)
    Rua Bacalhoeiros Lisbon Lisbon 1100-187
  • Portas Do Sol

    Breath-taking views over the river Tagus estuary half-way to the castle. (Tram: 28)
    Rua de São Tomé Lisboa 1100
  • Cais do Sodre

    Catch trains to the beaches of Carcavelos, Estoril or Cascais. Cascais is a small seaside town worth spending half day. Best beach is probably Carcavelos. (Metro: C. do Sodre)
  • Assembleia da República

    Parliament building. What can I say? Its a big building... suspiciously white in bright light... (Tram: 28)
    Rua Coronel Bento Roma Lisbon 1249-068
  • Restaurante Santo António De Alfama

    Great restaurant oozing atmosphere. Great food, good service in a romantic location. Great for a special dinner. Mid-range prices. (Alfama)
    Beco de São Miguel Lisboa Lisboa 1100
  • Feira da Ladra

    Street flea market on Saturday mornings. Go early. Fizzles out at just after lunch-time. Bargain hunters will enjoy the experience. (Tram: 28)
    Campo de Santa Clara Lisboa 1100365
  • National Pantheon

    National mausoleum, with tombs for national heros and historic figures. Beautiful views over the river and the eastern part of the city. (Tram: 28)
    Campo de Santa Clara Lisbon 1100-471
  • Estado Líquido Sushi Lounge

    One of the first and continues to be one of the best places in Lisbon for sushi. Now does pizza too. (Tram: 15)
    Largo Santos Lisbon 1200
  • São Vicente de Fora

    16th Century Monastery and Church. Well worth a visit. Especially since it can be combined with the flea market on Saturday mornings. (Tram: 28)
    Lisbon Lisbon
  • Santa Apolonia

    This is Lisbons Regional and International Railway Station. (Metro: Sta. Apolonia)
  • Bica do Sapato

    The hippest restaurant in Lisbon for over a decade is still the place to see and be (website hidden)-owned by actor John Malkovich and has remained very popular. (Metro: Sta. Apolonia)
    Avenida Infante Dom Henrique Lisboa 1900-436
  • Lux

    Huge, place on the riverside to go for cool music and a dance. (Metro: Sta. Apolonia)
    Av. Infante D. Henrique Lisboa 1950-376
  • Long-term Cheap Parking

    Long-term cheap parking located under Pavilhão Carlos Lopes on Av. Sidónio Pais. Costs about €6 per day (Metro: Parque)
    Av. Sidónio Pais Lisbon Lisbon
  • El Corte Inglés - Lisboa

    Big department store, great fro getting lost for some retail therapy. Great selection of cinema screens. All films are in original language and subtitled. (Metro: S. Sebastiao)
    Avenida António Augusto de Aguiar Lisboa 1069-413
  • National Tile Museum

    One of Lisbons most popular museums, the tile museum is well worth a visit, even though its a bit out of the way. (Metro: Sta. Apolonia)
    Rua Madre Deus Lisbon 1900-312
  • Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

    Lisbons premier Classic Music and Arts Centre with cool relaxing gardens. (Metro: S. Sebastiao)
    Avenida Berna Lisbon 1067-001
  • Jardim Zoológico de Lisboa

    Lisbon Zoo is well kept. It is probably not as depressing as most zoos Ive been to... (Metro: Sete Rios)
    Estrada de Benfica Lisboa Lisboa 1500
  • Jerónimos Monastery

    In this manueline 15th century monastery are buried the explorer and navigator Vasco da Gama and the poet Luis de Camoes. The impressive vaulted ceilings are worth appreciating. (Tram: 15)
  • Padrão dos Descobrimentos

    This monument marks the spot where the discoverers like Vasco da Gama departed to the far east. (Tram: 15)
    Avenida de Brasília Lisboa Lisboa 1350
  • Belém Cultural Center

    Large concert hall and musem of contemporary art as well as temporary exhibitions. Houses the Colecao Berardo, our equivalent to the Tate Modern. (Tram: 15)
    Praça do Império Lisbon 1449-003
  • Lisbon Portela Airport

    Lisbon International Airport. (Metro: Aeroporto)
    Alameda Comunidades Portuguesas Lisbon 1700-007
  • Lisbon Oceanarium

    If you have kids under the age of 18 you will not want to miss Lisbons grand Oceanarium. Located in the new part of town, it is a great afternoon or morning out for Kids. (Metro: Oriente)
    Esplanada Dom Carlos I Lisboa Lisboa 1990
  • Belém Tower

    Historical fort defending the city. At the time it was build in the middle of the river. It now sits on the bank of reclaimed land. Not worth entering. (Tram: 15)
  • Lisboa (Oriente)

    Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, this station is arguably the most attractive modern building in the city. It sits opposite to a very large swanky Shopping centre. (Metro: Oriente)

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