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.
On the begging of the 20th century, when the Saldanha Square was inaugurated, once a deserted area, it was starting to get a few buildings and some movement. Nowadays, this district is home to towers, offices and modern international companies and the most modern facilities and new equipment in the city.
New areas such as Cais do Sodré are now the new target areas for investors, specially due to the offer of entertainment activities and the emergence of new housing projects.