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We know that you’re looking for a place but before you start reading this, we must warn you that if this is your first time coming to Bologna, this spacious and alluring apartment in Penha de França may cause an extreme desire for an adventure and increase your thirst for knowledge. If you’re still feeling brave, proceed at your own risk. Your journey starts in a neighbourhood where you’ll find all the supplies you may need for your quest, from shops and supermarkets to restaurants. So if you're looking to experience a bit of Lisbon, here is your first tip: Eat all the specialties. Trust us, you won't regret it and your taste buds are sure to thank you. Surrounding the property you'll find plenty of transport links that connect to the heart of the city, as well as to many cultural attractions. I addition, this bright and comfortable place provides proximity to NOVA Medical School/ Faculdade de Ciências Médicas and Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa. In short, if what you seek is an ideal accommodation in Lisbon, this flat in Penha de França is it!
The apartment features eight bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and three bathrooms. An awesome plus is that one room has his own private bathroom and living room. As you see, this place has a mix of comfort, location and looks. Why wait? Go for it, it's worth it!
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