Welcome to Paraíso Flat in Alfama.
This outstanding apartment is located in Rua do Paraíso; two steps from Feira da Ladra. This amazing apartment with a magnificent view to Lisbon will be your home for an unforgettable stay.
The apartment features one large bedroom with a full size bed, one roof bedroom with two beds, a sofa bed in the Living Room, a trendy kitchen and a full bathroom with walk in shower.
If you really need to rest after explored the city during the day, this will no doubt be your escape for the late afternoon.The apartment is totally furnished with every thing you would need so you can enjoy your stay.
You may also request, in advance baby cribs.
The apartment is located in the so-called Eastern area of Lisbon and is just next to the very emblematic and well-known neighborhood of Alfama. The drying clothes hanging from the windows, the narrow and steep streets, the window flowerpots, the fado houses, are all trademarks of the most photographed area of Lisbon.
The fado, which is an old typical Portuguese genre of music, is unbeatable in this part of town. Take advantage of the proximity and go see the Fado Museum and loose yourself in the many small rustic bars (tabernas) where you can enjoy drinks and traditional foods.
With the Tejo river as a background, this area is ideal for long walks and healthy live.
At the end of the train line that goes along the river, you will find the Club Ferroviario, which is one of the most innovative spaces in Lisbon. An open esplanade is the place where Lisbon locals and visitors go to get away from the busy crowded night live of the rest of the city. You will be able to take tango classes or watch live music while you drink cocktails comfortably sitting in a train sit. From the rooftop, you will be able to see the Lux club (one of the most well-known clubs of the city).
A 5-minute walk from the apartment will take you to the Panteão Nacional that dates from the XVI century and has a large cupola that can be seen from many places in Lisbon. Inside you will find the mausoleum of some the most important and historical Portuguese people. From there, only a few more steps will take to the Lisbon gates called Terreiro do Paço. Here, let yourself be amazed by the splendor of the most visited plaza in Lisbon. Continue up north, and explore the commercial area of Baixa where you will find anything you want. Finally, eat along the river in one of the many restaurants.
At the cultural space – Fábrica Braço de Prata, you will find exhibitions, concerts and movies. A restaurant, a bar and a bookstore complete this location.
As the name comes from, go visit the flea market Feira da Ladra every Tuesday and Saturday of the week. There, you will find inexpensive bargains, vintage articles, antiques, old books and music disks, electronic equipment, and anything else you could imagine.
The Santa Apolonia subway station is just 3 minutes away, which will allow you to get to any other part of the city. You can also easily find taxis in front of the station.