The old districts of Lisbon are small villages within the city, which descend the hill to the river in a way of history and tradition. Alfama is the birthplace of the Fado, where music lives on every corner, while Castelo and Graça offer superb views.
A cosmopolitan center, it is on this avenue that the best shops, hotels and restaurants of the city are to be found. The careful rehabilitation of buildings reflects the architectural beauty of yesteryear, making Avenida da Liberdade one of the most sought after areas in Lisbon.
Avenidas represent the city's business district, in wide avenues built in the 20th century where the offices and recovered buildings proliferate. Bairro de Alvalade, on the other hand, breathes tranquility and offers real estate for family life.
Baixa is the historical and commercial heart of Lisbon. The neoclassical architecture, built after the earthquake of 1755, surrounds the squares of Comércio and Rossio. The busy pedestrian streets are full of traditional commerce and historical monuments, where you can find centenary real estate completely rehabilitated.
The riverside area is rich in monuments, gardens, restaurants and cultural and leisure buildings, all of which must be visited. Restelo is one of the best neighborhoods in Lisbon to live in family due to the security and tranquility of its location.
Located in areas of great avenues with green spaces, this area is dominated by the most recent constructions and offers all type of infrastructures and services in the center of Lisbon. Campo Grande and Entrecampos have wide options of public transportation and are ease of access.
These two neighborhoods are loaded with more than 200 years of history, with a privileged location in the center of Lisbon, where everything happens. Surrounded by excellent access and transportation, they also have good schools, as well as social and commercial infrastructures.
A zone lined by tranquility, where its streets invite you to long walks. Known for its market, Campo de Ourique is a residential neighborhood that is also close to one of the big commercial centers of the city, in the business district of Amoreiras.
Distinguished by an excellent access and transportation network, these locations benefit from a wide range of services from schools, parks, health institutions, as well as cultural and commercial spaces. Here you may experience the privilege of the capital center, combined with security and tranquility.
Considered to be the best neighborhood in Lisbon to live in, Parque das Nações reflects the modernity of the capital and the most recent buildings of the last two decades. With the Rio Tejo as backdrop, there is a wide range of real estate for housing.
It is one of the most charming districts of the city, with its beautiful commercial spaces and gardens, as well as two of the city's quieter squares and old palaces. Quiet during the day, it is lively at night due to its bohemian lifestyle and prestigious restaurants.
It was in this area that, in the 18th century, the nobility and the bourgeoisie were affixed. Nowadays, this historical heritage can still be felt. It is one of the most pleasant districts of Lisbon, with spacious and preserved properties, many of them old palaces.
This location is characterized by family villas and the proximity to the beach and access to both Lisbon and Cascais. In Alto Lagoal you can enjoy a great tranquility accompanied by beautiful panoramic views of the river and sea.
With several condominiums and villas, Alto da Barra offers a beach lifestyle and proximity to all kinds of services, including access to the Marginal and Nova University. Enjoy the Maritime Walk for a walk at the end of the day.
This is a relatively new neighborhood situated in the northernmost part of Algés, where modern buildings and access to amenities and services as well as international schools and colleges dominate. The playgrounds and green spaces also inhabit here.
The Historic Center of Oeiras, the most familiar district of the region, offers beautiful gardens, leisure activities, tourism and commerce. Oeiras has a Maritime Walk along 3,500 meters of the seafront where you can walk and practice sports.
Algés is characterized by the tranquility and proximity of access to the center of Lisbon. With urban parks and sports infrastructures, such as the National Stadium of Jamor or the City of Soccer, here you can enjoy the urban modernity in harmony with security.
A historical and multifaceted village, considered to be residential, business and touristic. Next to the Rio Tejo, it has plenty of commerce, hotels and restaurants. There is a diverse offer of quality real estate at attractive prices and with views over the river.
They are two small towns, a few minutes away from the center of Cascais and Estoril, which are bounded by quiet and safe neighborhoods and welcoming for a family experience. The ease of access is also one of the attractive factors of Alcabideche and Bicesse.
Praia do Guincho is known for being one of the idyllic scenarios for the practice of marine sports. Quinta da Marinha, on the other hand, is the most prestigious residential area of Cascais, with the best condominiums and infrastructures of the region.
It is iconic for its manor houses and small palaces, as well as for its International Casino. The seafront that separates Monte Estoril from its beautiful beaches is one of the region's trademark images, leading to Cascais and São João do Estoril.
These three neighborhoods of the county of Cascais have undergone a great rehabilitation and growth in the last years, where the older buildings give rise to recovered constructions full of charm, as well as the construction of new houses and residential buildings.
This picturesque village is located in the heart of the beautiful Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, between the Serra de Sintra and the vast Atlantic Ocean. The privileged location of Malveira da Serra has led, in the past decades, to a great development and urban growth.
The recent construction of Nova University brought a new life to this location, now enhanced by young dynamism and new opportunities. Its proximity to the beaches results in an increasingly sought after area for housing.
It is known for its bay of beaches, marine, trade and aristocratic culture. Considered to be the most sophisticated destination in the Lisbon area, with the sea at its feet, Cascais can boast of its excellent gastronomy, luxury properties and privileged location.
Close to the sea line, between Cascais and Lisbon, these neighborhoods attract its iodine-rich beaches, commerce and easy access. There are international schools and all necessary infrastructures for a life of excellence.
Situated between Sintra and Cascais and 20 minutes away from Lisbon, this area is dominated by vast green spaces and gardens. It offers a quiet, exclusive and prestigious environment, with special care for security and also for the privacy of its residents.
In addition to the sunbathing and the radiant sun, the beaches of Sintra also offer excellent conditions for water sports such as surfing, while the cliffs provide paragliding lovers with excellent diving ramps. Here you can find some of the best villas with sea views and enjoyable gardens.
It is one of the most historic and picturesque villages, surrounded by the majestic mountains and monuments with centuries of stories to tell. Very close to several beaches, Cabo da Roca, Colares, full of villas and farms where peace and tranquility are a constant.
With an enchanting landscape over Serra da Arrábida and the city of Setúbal, the beaches on the Troia Peninsula, with their transparent and serene sea and white sand, are particularly popular for allowing to sight the dolphins in the Sado River.
Comporta is a charming area that offers endless sandy beaches and an infinite sea with crystalline waters. This idyllic setting is completed by a well-preserved dune system and the rice paddies that paint the landscape with green.
Located just over an hour drive from Lisbon, the extensive Melides beach belongs to the village with the same name, where typical Alentejo houses and tranquillity reign, and contemplates in its surroundings a lagoon with abundant fauna and flora.
This region is marked by a cultural heritage, which is reflected in archaeological sites, castles, churches, mines, museums, and small towns and villages with their traditional buildings. Lower Alentejo is also recognized for the friendliness and welcoming spirit of its residents.
One of the most historic regions of Alentejo, with several typical villages full of charm where you can discover the best of Portuguese handicrafts and gastronomy. Discover every corner of these cities and fall in love with a country yet to discover.
A more authentic Portugal, away from mass tourism and, at the same time, different from the Alentejo plains further south. There are some of the best wines, typical cuisine and unique crafts in the world. There are cities, towns and villages formed by narrow streets and white houses.
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