Bairro Alto flat, riverside view

Apartment - Entire home/apt · Rua da Bica de Duarte Belo, Lisbon, Lisbon District 2715-311, Portugal

"Lisbon's most photographed street is Rua da Bica de Duarte Belo.
That picturesque street is known for its funicular, the iconic Elevador da Bica that creaks up and down the hill as tourists snap photos. Framing the funicular are pastel-colored hous

The Space

At a third floor, with a large balcony looking at Rua da Bica, this flat has, 1 bedroom, 1 living room, dinning room, plus kitchen and bathroom with shower.
In the flat you will find one double bed, as well as a sofa that unfolds into a double bed.

The apartment is on the 3D floor, and has washing machine, fridge, microwave, internet, as well as a fully-stocked kitchen.

All linens and towels are included, as well as dishes and cooking ware.

On request we can provide baby bed, feeding chair, blender, linen, etc. free of charge.

The wi-fi is free access

1 children up to 7 years old can stay without charge

Languages, langues, idiomas: English, Français, Castellano, Português


Guest Access

The flat is located a few steps away, (5mn walk), from the Baixa, (city centre), and Chiado subway station, (central station), and it is the perfect accommodation for all who need to be close to the sightseeing attractions and trendy lifestyle.
Ideally located with easy access to Lisbon's public transport, this quality riverside accommodation is side by side, but not inside, with the nightlife area of Bairro Alto.

Railway Stations of Rossio or Cais do Sodré are just (email hidden) walk from the apartment, by this train lines you can access the famous touristic cities of Sintra or Cascais / Estoril, in a 25mn trip by train.
In the neighborhood, you can find several typical, but non expensive restaurants, lots of small cafes, bars, clubs or live music venues.

The area as plenty of choice for local shops, as supermarkets, fruit stores, butcher shop or bakeries, Theaters, Opera, Art galleries and also a few banks, one post office, and pharmacies are very close by.

The Neighborhood

"Lisbon's most photographed street is Rua da Bica de Duarte Belo.
That picturesque street is known for its funicular, the iconic Elevador da Bica that creaks up and down the hill as tourists snap photos. Framing the funicular are pastel-colored houses and the river in the distance, while many of the doors open as hip bars at night"

Other Things to Note

CHECK IN after 14.00, CHECK OUT until 12.00

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Extra people: $28 / night after 2 guests
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Monthly Price: $2135 /month
Security Deposit: $142
Cleaning Fee: $6
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Cancellation: Moderate

Overall Guest Satisfaction

Check In
  • Excellent séjour dans cette belle ville. Appartement très bien situé dans une rue proche du mirador, des resto, des bars !!! bref, le quartier des artistes.
    Appartement très bien équipé et Sergio est très réactif en cas de besoin.
    Je vous le conseille
    Bon séjour

    April 2014
  • Great apartment on one of the more interesting streets in Lisbon. Close to everything you need, including metro, streetcar, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, etc. Our hosts were excellent, friendly and courteous. Would stay there again.

    March 2014
  • Sergios charming little apartment is located on a very pitoresque street in the old part of town. His assistant was waiting for us when we arrived, greeted us pleasantly and answered all our question. The neighbourhood is lively so it it's a great place to stay if you want to enjoy the nightlife. The only minus was the shower that was on the small side. But over all we're very happy with our experince!

    March 2014
  • Great apartment in a prime Lisbon location on a street with lots of character. Great view of the water and close to everything. Our hosts were friendly, helpful and very accomodating. Thanks!

    March 2014
  • The flat is very good located and nicely furnished. Service and cleanliness are good and so I recommend it to everybody who want's to enjoy beautiful Lisbon!

    March 2014
  • Lisbonne est une ville pleine de charmes, accueillante et festive, et à échelle humaine pour une capitale.
    L'appartement est très bien placé, dans une rue célèbre pour son "elevador", on y trouve des petits bars et restaurants sympas et branchés (nous y étions pendant le carnaval) !
    Nous regrettons un peu de n'avoir pas été accueillis par notre hôte qui ne nous avait pas prévenus de son absence, et l'appartement n'était pas tout à fait prêt alors que nous sommes arrivés vers 16H30 comme prévu... (La femme de ménage nous a demandé de revenir dans 20 minutes)
    L'appartement est bon marché mais il ne faut pas être trop regardant sur le confort et les équipements qui sont réduits au strict minimum... Le temps était humide pendant notre séjour, et l'appartement un peu aussi... La salle de bain est très petite et surtout pas fonctionnelle et sans aération.
    Il suffirait de pas grand chose pour s'y sentir vraiment bien, c'est dommage.
    A part ces quelques réserves, nous le conseillons pour des jeunes pas fortunés qui souhaitent être au coeur du centre touristique et festif et qui aiment sortir s'amuser le soir dans le Bairro Alto !

    March 2014
  • very nice apartment. I like the traditional decoration on the walls. I like it too that the apartment is located in an old building. I think Its a typical Portugese appartment and thats where I came for. The neighbourhood is fantastic. I slept very good. it was little bit noicy but it was okay. The appartment has al facilitys you need.

    February 2014
  • Flat is in a great location. 2 mins walk to the Mini supermarket and about 10 mins walk from the centre Baixa. Great starting point in any direction for a city stroll. At night, because the bedroom is at the back with no windows, its so quiet, great for afternoon naps.

    Kitchen is small but we only used it for the fridge. The bathroom has no window or ventilation, so would get really steamy. Also the shower is quite small.

    Apart from that, great little apartment.

    February 2014
  • Very nice flat, located in a nice neighborhood right in the city center! everything in the apartment worked wonderfully (oven, boiler, WIFI). The only thing that came up: construction work in the apartment next door started on the second day we arrived at 7 a.m. brutal hammer noises in the bathroom! - a short notice would have been nice. But as we didn't spend too much time in the apartment we didn't even contact the host but this might have bothered other guests more.. all in all - highly recommendable ! thank you for your hospitality :)

    February 2014
  • Estancia en Bairro Alto muy positiva en todos los sentidos. Nos ha reforzado nuestro encanto por esta hermosa ciudad y por los portugueses. Gracias por todo.

    February 2014
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++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ BICA neighborhood in LISBON Lisbon's most photographed street is RUA DA BICA DUARTE BELO. It descends a hill from BAIRRO ALTO to the riverfront, and the streets that cross it form a charming residential neighborhood known as BICA, in ancient times connected to the river and is economic activities. That picturesque street is known for its funicular, the iconic ELEVADOR DA BICA that creaks up and down the hill as tourists snap photos. Framing the funicular are pastel-colored houses and the river in the distance, while many of the doors open as hip bars at night. Bica's FUNICULAR A strange vehicle, as if come out of the imagination of the novelist Jules Verne, with an amazing design circulates in the city of Lisbon. The original vehicle contained reservoirs of water that filled the highest point, and emptied at the lowest point, working in pairs, connected by a cable system, running by the difference of weights, the so called, FUNICULAR system. Conceived by Portuguese engineer, Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, the funicular was installed in 1892. Due to its enormous historical importance, cultural and touristic, the elevator was classified National Heritage in February 2002. ME The funicular TRAM's of LISBON are the connection between all my apartments, all located along the rails, it is always possible to see one of them, either from a balcony a window or a entrance door! LISBON365DAYS check it out!
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