Since you’re looking for a place in Lisbon, you really want to make the most of your destination so you can get to know what the city’s history and charm are all about. That's why finding the right spot is so important, as it will serve as more than just a place to set your bags but rather, a gateway for an awesome adventure. Located in central Lisbon, you’ll find everything you might need within reach, from shops and supermarkets to restaurants that can only be described has a foodie’s paradise. However, one of the top advantages of this flat is its proximity to many cultural sights and transport links that can take you anywhere, allowing you to explore the city far and wide. Trust us, there are no shortage of amazing sights, so take the time to visit the famous Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, the beautiful Convento Madre de Deus, the Alfama neighbourhood - the place of birth of Fado - and of course, the gorgeous Igreja de São Roque, known for having one of the world's most expensive chapels and see for yourself how gold combines with the baroque style to deliver a magnificent view.
This apartment has three bedrooms, a living room and a bathroom. There is also a kitchen in the apartment but the access to it is restricted. Charming is only one of the many adjectives that can describe this property. So if you're up for it, looks like you found your home for the months to come!
You will be sharing this property with the landlord.
He is over 40 years old. Currently he is a professional worker.
Your new neighbourhood
Path to university
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