BookMe Lisboa has a great experience in renting apartments to visitors from all the world, and all of our apartments has been handpicked by us. The apartments have an official license, and they are fully equipped with everything you may need during your stay. What is more, renting one of our apartments allows you to take advantage of a comfortable living room, multiple bedrooms and your own kitchen, perfect for families and groups of friends. Towels and bed linen are included and available throughout your stay. Wireless Internet, cable TV, and electric heating are also available. Alfama is the oldest and one of the most typical quarters of Lisbon, resembles an ancient village not only in appearance and also in their relatively small and close community. Its name derives from the Arabic "al-hamma" meaning fountains or baths. The drying clothes on the balconies, windows flowering, the street conversations, fado, and the narrow and steep streets are the hallmarks of this area, one of the most photographed in Lisbon. The most spectacular views over Alfama are from the promenade viewpoints Portas do Sol and Santa Luzia and involving Alfama, above, are the hill of São Jorge Castle and São Vicente. Alfama is well known for its restaurants and fado houses as well as the festivals throughout the year and in particular, the St. António night, from 12 to 13 June. The Rosa de Alfama apartment is in the center of your perfect stay, standing very close to: - Viewpoints - Portas do Sol, Santa Luzia and Graça; - Monuments - São Jorge Castle, National Pantheon, São Vicente de Fora Church, Lisbon Cathedral; - Transport - Metropolitan (blue line), bus and tram (28); - Commerce; - Cafes, restaurants, bars, fado houses and nightclub LUX; - Feira da Ladra - typical flea market with: "vintage" bric-articles, books, records, among many others, every tuesday and saturdays; - Museums - Fado, Military, Portuguese Decorative Arts, Teatro Romano, Casa dos Bicos, Beer, Design and Fashion, Water; - Art Galleries; - Antique shops and crafts.
Get a feel for Lisbon’s historic character in the ever-so-charming Alfama, otherwise known as the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon. Large families and young professionals tend to flock to this quirky area, where cafes line the narrow cobblestone streets.
- Viewpoints - Portas do Sol, Santa Luzia and Graça
- Monuments - São Jorge Castle, National Pantheon, São Vicente de Fora Church, Lisbon Cathedral
- Feira da Ladra - typical flea market with: "vintage" bric-articles, books, records, among many others, every tuesday and saturdays
- Museums - Fado, Military, Portuguese Decorative Arts, Teatro Romano, Casa dos Bicos, Beer, Design and Fashion, Water
- Art Galleries
- Taxes & Fees $0
- Security Deposit $562
- Due on Approval (Incl. Deposit) $1,687
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