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Beautiful little palace, but not worth the money.
Palacio Belmonte is a beautiful and nicely restored palace. Unfortunately the prices are outrageously high for what is offered. The smallest room is as cupboard for 400 Euros. Staying there feels like spending time at someones private...More
We stumbled across this beautiful place on our way up to the Castelo. In desperate need for food we quickly ordered the ham/cheese sandwich, cheese plate and some beers.
Well. It is a cheese plate that we will remember forever! In the history of all...More
This place is magical. Unlike a hotel in many ways, more like the home of wealthy eccentric friends in an exotic locale. The public rooms, the piano nobile, were filled with antiques and modern art. The gardens were strange and beautiful. And above all, the...More
We loved the palace and the service from Maria, we felt at home from the start (first thing Maria said: lets bring these young people to their nest). Walking through the palace is like a small adventure, so many amazing rooms. We stayed at the...More
Wow what an incredible hotel, probably the best I have ever stayed at! The Palace is second to none and restored to a very high standard. We stayed in the Bartolomeu de Gusamo suite located over three floors with amazing views from every level. The...More
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Explore narrow streets and alleyways, small cafes and, of course, the internationally acclaimed Fado music. The earth-shattering Great Earthquake of 1755 destroyed most of the city but the contiguous neighborhoods of Mouraria, Castelo and Alfama remained standing to this day. These neighborhoods represent Lisbon at its historical best. The cool breeze of the Tagus river will take you up the hills to the sound of
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