Lisbon, Bairro Alto
"Spacious apartment with two bathrooms, located in a central and lively district of Lisbon!"
Nestled in the heart of the old Bairro Alto district in a modern building, this Contemporary apartment in the old town of Lisbon stands out for its sobriety and elegance, located in a bohemian district full of history that reflects the festive soul of Lisbon.
The entrance corridor of the apartment overlooks a space arranged as a corner office. To the left of this space is a comfortable dining room decorated with two still lifes by the American artist Guy Diehl, whose characteristic style "hyperrealism virtuoso" and the games of chiaroscuro are inspired by paintings of masters of the 17th century.
The adjoining kitchen, in light and cream tones, will delight the fine gastronomes, as it enjoys all the necessary equipment. A deep pink wall is the ideal background to highlight a sober decoration which provides a perfect setting for a wall sculpture.
The room on the right of this Contemporary apartment in the old town of Lisbon is dedicated to the living space. There you will find a very refined decoration with some cleverly chosen ethnic touches. The room evokes escapism and long journeys thanks to the works of art that decorate it and to the books placed here and there.
A long corridor separates the living spaces and the two bedrooms. This corridor gives access on the left to two bathrooms, one of which is attached to the master suite. The other bathroom faces a room with white and anthracite gray tones. In the parental suite on which the visit of this Contemporary apartment in the old town of Lisbon ends, we find the same concern for purity in decoration, with furniture of industrial inspirations in white and light gray shades.
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The Bairro Alto, where this Contemporary apartment in the old town of Lisbon is found, is rightly regarded as the center of the Lisbon art scene; it seduces by its recklesness and its bohemian aspect.
It is the district of culture and its reputation is no longer to be made. Let's start with the bookshop Alêtheia, a reference for books on politics, religion and everything related to Portuguese culture.
A few meters away is the famous Funicular de Bica, designed by the French-Portuguese engineer Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, this place makes part of one of the most photographed places in the city. Before going there, a detour is required at the famous Bakery Aloma which signs one of the best "Pasteis de nata" of the city.
With modern decor and a sophisticated atmosphere, the restaurant Sea Me features unrivaled quality fresh seafood. Another address that offers gourmet and traditional cuisine, the As Salgadeiras will satisfy those who seek a more cozy and intimate atmosphere.
After a dinner that will have delighted both the eyes and the taste buds, enjoy the evening sweetness to walk at random through the charming streets of the city to the seven hills. The two terraces of Miradouro de Santa Catarina and Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara offer those who go up the slopes a breathtaking view. One admires the city at their feet, a background view of the sea, all while enjoying the freshness of the fountains and the old-world charm of the neat grounds.
|Metro||6 Min.||Baixa - Chiado||Green, Blue|
|Tramway||2 Min.||Calhariz - Bica||E28|
|Bus||4 Min.||Largo Trindade Coelho||758|
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