ALFAMA’S/MADRAGOA/MARTIM MONIZ/ CAMPOLIDE NESTS: an EMBRACETIME projects
Located in the heart of the most typical bairro of Lisbon - near the Fado Museum, the Cathedral and the Castle of São Jorge, the Alfama's Nests are apartments located in the historic areas, marked by its narrow streets, numerous craft shops, bars and the famous fado houses and restaurants that abound there.
The Alfama's / Madragoa's / Martim Moniz / Campolide Nest's are apartments with 1 or more rooms, featuring double beds, living room with sofa bed, kitchen / kitchen row and bathrooms.
Due to its location and decor, they are perfectly integrated in the surroundings and transmit who briefly dwells in them, the special feeling of living in a Portuguese home.
The Alfama's / Madragoas's / Martim Moniz/ Campolide Nests offer the possibility of a perfect match between the authenticity of neighborhoods and its people, gastronomy and Portuguese wines and the privilege to enjoy in neighboring viewpoints, some of the best of the city and river views Tagus.
Alfama, Madragoa and Martim Moniz and Campolide neighborhoods are alive all year and have a special party in June, during celebrations of St. Anthony, when each bearing details that make them unique. Each is decorated with bright colors and a sense of permanent street party.
The best way to see the neighborhoods will be walking the streets, alleys and stairs, despite the geography of the 7 hills of Lisbon.
The apartments Alfama's / Madragoa's / Martim Moniz and Campolide Nest offer a true Lisbon experience, and retreats perfect for friends, families or couples looking for an exciting break in the most typical and historical districts of Lisbon.
Our team will establish a personalized communication with their guests want from the reservation process to the host, such as during your stay, providing information about the most important events that are happening in the city and supporting them whenever requested, in achieving the objectives of the visit. Our contact will be permanently available to our guests.
Alfama is the oldest district of Lisbon, and perhaps the most characteristic, transferring to your visitors your way of life and character. Cultural spaces, monuments, narrow streets and staircases, its countless trade and crafts, along with fado houses will make your stay unforgettable.
A few minutes away from the apartments Alfama's Nest find Terreiro do Paco and Pombaline, the bohemian Bairro Alto, the trendy Chiado and the emblematic Avenida da Liberdade.
Electrical famous "28" passes at the top of the Alfama neighborhood and is perfect for discovering the most significant sites of historical and architectural heritage of the city. Walking or tuk tuk will enjoy the alleys, sidewalks and sleepers and live the Lisbon genuine and alfacinha.
The Martim MOniz area This square, looking up to the castle, is the center of the city’s most multiethnic neighborhood. It’s something of a mini Chinatown, in addition to being a terminal of the famous tram 28.
Neglected for several years, it was revived in 2012 as a street food market, with several stalls with terraces now serving the flavors of the neighborhood’s various cultures (Chinese, Indian, African, among others).
On weekends it hosts the "Fusion Market," mixing a variety of products, from handicrafts to ethnic and organic foods, often accompanied by live music.
A giant dragon, created in 2012 (year of the dragon) using pieces of old cell phones and computers, is found in the middle of the square, as a tribute to the Chinese community.
The row of fountains that crosses the square is a reference to the city's old wall that climbed the hill from here.
The Madragoa is an old neighborhood of Lisbon, impregnated charisma and Art, moving to your visitors your way of life and character. Cultural spaces, monuments, narrow streets and staircases, its countless trade and crafts, along with the nightlife and designer shops will make your stay unforgettable.
Madragoa is a neighborhood of contrasts, with life all year but sporting the calm of a residential area. During the celebrations of St. Anthony in June, it is all decorated with bright colors and a street party of life.
Campolide was founded in 1957 and was the site of a major battle on 5 September 1833, when the forces of Dom Miguel attacked those of Dom Pedro, as Pedro attempted to wrest back control of Portugal from his brother.