Our best villas in Lisbon
- 2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 8
Villa in Santa Maria de Belém, Lisbon
This 2 bedroom villa is located in Santa Maria de Belém and sleeps 8 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities.From £575 per week
This 2 bedroom villa is located in Santa Maria de Belém and sleeps 8 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities.
All data is for the next 12 months and all the prices are the average weekly cost (Saturday - Saturday).
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal is packed full of history, charming cobbles lanes and yellow trams rattling through the green leafed streets. Lisbon is the ideal destination for a city break or short excursion giving the opportunity to discover Roman ruins, ancient art museums, white domed cathedrals and glorious plazas filled with alfresco diners and drinkers.
Spread across seven hills facing the Tagus River, Lisbon is one of Europe's most picturesque capital cities and incredible views of the landscape can be seen from the viewpoints, also known as "miradouros" across the city.
Spend your time wandering through the charismatic narrow passages, discovering the city's cafe culture, listening out for tradition Fado music and mingling with the friendly locals. By evening, riverside bars, bohemian clubs and bustling street parties come alive and summer nights are thoroughly enjoyed by diverse crowds.
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