Bright Studio in Carmo, Chiado by LovelyStay

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Adjacent to the historic Largo do Carmo, our bright studio is situated in a metro and tram-accessible location, charming atmosphere, and relaxing living space to rest your head. Our lovely apartment is in the heart of Lisbon’s trendy Chiado district. It is also a quick 5 min walk from the boisterous fun of the Bairro Alto district, but far enough so that you can enjoy a quiet night's rest!

Top attractions nearby:
- Carmo Convent: 180m
- Praça Dom Pedro IV: 300m
- Baixa-Chiado: 350m
- Santa Justa Lift: 450m

* Please note that the apartment is located on the 4th floor and an elevator is not available in the building - this may be an issue for guests with mobility issues. However, to make up for the tiresome climb, a very comfortable flat with a lovely view will be waiting for you!


This bright and beautiful decorated studio is located on the 4th floor (no elevator available, sorry!) of a typical Portuguese building in the heart of one of Lisbon’s most iconic neighborhoods: Carmo, Chiado!

- A well-equipped kitchen that comes with all the appliances you may require during your stay such as; a microwave, a toaster oven, a fridge, a coffee machine, and a dining table that can host up to 4 people.
- A bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a super comfortable set of bed linen. From the bedroom, you can catch a glimpse of the Tejo river via the Juliette balcony - the perfect spot to enjoy Lisbon´s sunny weather!
- Central heating provided for those chilly winter nights and air-conditioning to help you cool down in the hot summer.

Besides enjoying a totally equipped apartment, we guarantee you'll also find the biggest smile waiting to welcome you to your home away from home!

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The apartment is located in Chiado, The shopping hub of Lisbon. This vibrant and cosmopolitan area hosts a variety of charming old bookshops, local and major international fashion brand outlets, restaurants, and cafés. In fact, the Café Brasileira, one of the oldest café´s in the city, can be found here.
Chiado neighbors Baixa. Baixa is an elegant district that contains the grid of streets north of the famous Praça do Comércio, between Cais do Sodré, and the Alfama district beneath the São Jorge Castle. It then extends northwards towards the Rossio and Figueira squares, and one of the most important avenues in Lisbon, the 1100m long Avenida da Liberdade.

Other local attractions:
The easiest way to get to Baixa-Chiado by walking is through Rua Garret. It hosts a number of remarkable historical shops, such as the Bertrand Bookshop, distinguished by the Guinness World Records as the world’s oldest bookshop founded in 1732 and other recommended spots such as the Armazéns do Chiado, the busy shopping mall of Chiado, and the Santini Ice Cream store located right opposite the mall.

The famous elevator was inaugurated in 1902 and built by a Portuguese-French engineer who studied with the architect of the Eiffel tower, Mesnier du Ponsard. Using steam as an energy source, as it did back in the day, it takes you up to the top to admire the downtown landscape. It is also connected via a passage to the Carmo Convent and museum, another spot worth visiting in the area!

Impossible to miss, the iconic Praça do Comércio, also called Terreiro do Paço, is the original spot where the royal palace was located until the massive destruction caused by the 1755 earthquake. It was recently considered as one of the most beautiful and perfectly dimensioned squares of Europe. You can also climb up the Archway of Augusta to get a spectacular view of the square, the river, and the surrounding area.

The city’s version of Paris’ Champs Elysées. It’s a tree-lined boulevard noted for its high-end brand outlets, tailoring shops, and cafés.

Rossio has been a traditional meeting point for the people of Lisbon dating back to the 18th century. Some of the cafés and shops in the square, such as the Café Nicola, were frequented by famous poets such as Manuel Maria Barbosa du Bocage. Other traditional shops include the Pastelaria Suíça and the Ginjinha, where the traditional Portuguese liqueur (Ginjinha) can be tasted.

Recognised as oldest district in Lisbon, Alfama is a traditional, tranquil and artisan neighborhood. It hosts a labyrinth of streets that are best explored without a guide or a map as an exciting museum,viewpoint, restaurant or funky store is just around the corner. Here also lies the heart of fado, the melancholic Portuguese genre of music whose origins can be traced back to the 1820´s in Lisbon. The famous Tram 28 also passes through this district, which connects the districts of Graça with Baixa through Alfama, thus it is perfect for both those that enjoy hill-climbing and those that do not.

Easily one of the most memorable monuments in Lisbon, the Moorish São Jorge Castle is one of the jewels of Lisbon, one that has overlooked the historic city of Lisbon and the Tagus River for over a millennium.

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    This apartment is maintained and taken care of by LovelyStay on behalf of the owner. We at LovelyStay strive to be available at all hours of the day and welcome any questions you may have regarding the apartment, its amenities, and the area. We are also more than happy to give you tips on the best places to visit nearby, the best restaurants and café's, and everything else you would like to know about this wonderful city from a local's perspective!
    This apartment is maintained and taken care of by LovelyStay on behalf of the owner. We at LovelyStay strive to be available at all hours of the day and welcome any questions you m…
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