Along the banks of the Tejo River lies Alcantara, a friendly, quiet, and attractive residential
area with elegant and beautiful homes, attracting people from all walks of life.
The district of Avenidas Novas is a fantastic option for those wishing to live near
Lisbon's historical center, while enjoying the modern facilities the area has to offer.
Campo De Ourique & Amoreiras
Just north of Estrela and near to the Rato metro station, Campo de Ourique and Amoreiras are very sought-after neighborhoods.
Named after Portuguese poet António Ribeiro Chiado, the area is best know to most for it shopping, theatres, Michelin starred restaurants, the praça Luis de Camōes, and the beautiful café a Brasileira.
Beautifully situated along the Tagus river, you'll find Santos, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Lisbon. In recent years, this area has experienced massive growth and development.
Estrella is known for its diverse mix of residents ranging from the classic and traditional, to the young and modern. Its rich heritage and well-structured buildings, paired with its brilliant colors provide an impressive, yet cozy environment.
Lapa, one of Portugal's most picturesque suburbs, is home to many international embassies, palaces, and mansions located on beautiful tree lined streets, and is steeped in history of Portuguese nobility.
Named by Queen Maria II, Principe Real, also known as the Royal Prince, has several attractive centers, unique architectural designs, charming buildings, and good private schools within walking distance, making it one of the most sought after neighborhoods to live in Lisbon.
Sao Bento, a quaint and up and coming neighborhood nestled between Principe Real and Estrella, is known as the country's political center as it is home to the Parliament building.