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Baixa Chiado Apartments

BAIXA | CENTRAL LISBON
Rua do Crucifixo 6 1100-183 Lisbon
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One Bedroom Apartment
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A 55 m2 apartment with one bedroom, fully equipped and with the capacity for 4 people (two in the double-bed room and two in a sofa-bed). The bathroom has a shower, hairdryer and toiletries. The kitchen has a dining table and is fully equipped with all the kitchen utensils you may need to prepare and eat your meals. It opens onto to a comfortable living room with a sofa (that converts into a sofa-bed) and TV.

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Two Bedroom Apartment
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A 75 m2 apartment with two bedrooms, fully equipped and with the capacity for 6 people (two in each room and one in a sofa-bed). One of the bedrooms has a double bed and the other two single beds. The bathroom has a shower, hairdryer and toiletries. The kitchenette is fully equipped with all the utensils you may need to prepare and eat your meals. It opens to a living room with a comfortable sofa-bed, dining table and TV.

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Hello Lisbon Baixa Ouro Collection Apartments is located in the heart of the city's historical district. If you search “Rua do Ouro” in your navigation app, it will accept the search but will direct you to “Rua Áurea” (both mean Gold Street). Ask any local for Rua do Ouro and they will not hesitate to point you in the right direction, even if there isn’t any sign with this name. A street full of history, Rua do Ouro is today known by the name given to it by the people of Lisbon at the time the city was rebuilt following the 1755 earthquake and King D. José I ordered the installation of all the goldsmiths here. Rua do Ouro may not exist in the official toponymy, but it certainly exists in the private jargon of Lisbon dwellers. Curiously enough, it connects two other places with a similar story: two of Lisbon's most important squares, Praça do Comércio and Praça de D. Pedro IV, are also commonly known by their popular names, Terreiro do Paço and Rossio, respectively.