Belém is Lisbon’s museum district, known for its close interaction and proximity with the river and its beautiful waterfront, as well as for the famous Pastéis de Belém.
Lapa and Estrela are two of the most noble areas in the city, where safety, tradition and exclusivity reign.
This is a quiet neighborhood, yet full of life, with a young population that breathes the essence of an area that is traditional but has a touch of modernity.
Príncipe Real is one of the most luxurious, cool and premium neighborhoods in Lisbon, at the same time as being a lively, vibrant and quaint area.
Alfama is as genuine as Lisbon can get. It is where you can taste that small-town vibe when hearing the echo of Fado in the streets of the most typical neighborhood in the capital.
Praça de Espanha, one of the most congested areas in Lisbon, is now the place of the most important ongoing construction work in the municipality. With an expected conclusion date for 2020, the project for Praça de Espanha will include more than 5 hectares of green spaces, more than 600 trees, playgrounds, esplanades, kiosks and sport areas.
The Alta de Lisboa area is getting a brand new life coming its way, with a boom in construction triggering huge changes in the area. The claim is for modernity and functionality, at the same time that is presenting appealing prices for locals, young couples and the middle class.
Belém is one of the most antique neighborhoods in Lisbon, being a mix of antiquity and modernity. It is super rich with things to do and see, being a busy area during the day and quite calm during the night. Let us show you why Belém it’s one of the neighborhoods you can’t miss in Lisbon.
Seen before as one of the most undervalued areas in Lisbon, Marvila started to come alive and is now one of the trendy neighborhoods in the city. Being considered an “in between” zone before (between two of the city’s most popular neighborhoods), Marvila is now been buzzing because of other captivating characteristics.
Chiado neighborhood is one of the most exquisite, elegant and bohemian areas in Lisbon. Placed between Príncipe Real and Baixa, here most of the buildings are palaces dating from the 1700’s, sporting beautiful facades, surrounded by stunning plazas and cultural places.