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Embrace the river

It was during the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century that the beaches of Pedrouços, from Torre de Belém and Cruz da Pedra and the area of Ribeirinha do Tejo, had their heydays. The sand area from the south limit of Pedrouços was the biggest motive for its fame in the second half of the 19th century and very sought out by the Lisbon’s aristocracy. A residential and historic area dominated by the Portuguese upper class it is here that the embassies of the world have decided to establish their ambassador’s house, mainly due to its peacefulness and proximity to the capital. In addition to its embassies, Belém has notable villas that house the Portuguese upper class, those who want to live in a luxurious villa without being too far away from Lisbon

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  • Balcony


Lisbon being the most cosmopolitan city in Portugal, housing half a million people, has been able to maintain its historic and cultural trait that has been passed on along the various centuries. With its emblematic castle dating back to the 10th century, to the marvellous Avenida da Liberdade that is nothing short of the famous “Champs de Elysees” or even the famous Praça do Comércio on the shores of the Tagus River makes Lisbon one of the most sought-out European capitals from tourists around the world.

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