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Historic house of Santo André in Alfama

SuperhostLisboa, Portugal
Casa inteira hospedado por Hugo
10 hóspedes5 quartos7 camas5 casas de banho e meia
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The Historic House of Santo André is a 3-storey building which with its 5 suites all with private bathrooms and air conditioning is an excellent solution for families or groups that want to travel together.

Located between the districts of Castelo, Alfama, Mouraria and Graça which are the heart of Old Lisbon that survived the earthquake of 1755, a few minutes up to the castle and a few minutes down into the labyrinth that is the old Alfama and Mouraria, filled with life, smells and music.

O espaço
The earliest references to the Church of Santo André are from the beginning of the 13th century (1209 or 1229) and are also referred to in the Inquiries of the reign of King Dom Afonso III (1248 to 1274). It will have been made the seat of Parish of Santo André in 1286 after donation by the King Dom Diniz.

The church collapsed almost completely with the great earthquake of 1755 that destroyed the city of Lisbon and was the beginning of the end of the Portuguese empire, having undergone reconstruction works that finished in 1779.

After the liberal wars (between liberals and absolutists) from 1828-1834 and the extinction of religious orders, the church stuffing was sold and in 1843 the building was partially demolished for the construction of the square.

Two of the outer walls of the old church as well as several interior structures were used in the reconstruction of the new building in 1847, which remain to this day.

In 2015 the building was in a state of very advanced degradation, having been completely rehabilitated, and this rehabilitation was accompanied by the archaeology and anthropology services of the Lisbon City Hall.

A precious tile panel was found that was carefully removed and transferred to the National Tile Museum where it can be seen.

Also found and preserved, 2 of the arches of the inner chapels as well as part of the original walls of the reconstruction of 1779. Integrated in the magnificent architectural project can be observed during your stay.

Acesso dos hóspedes
Guests have access to the entire house with the exception of the storage area.

Outras coisas a ter em conta
=== Check-ins ==============
Check-in is after 5 PM to ensure we have time to do the cleaning.

However, it is possible to check-in sooner or later, as long as this is possible and combined in advance.

In case you are late, do not forget to inform me, please. I've been 7 hours at a customer's time and it was rather impolite that he did not send a simple message.

=== Other issues =========
I like my guests to have a good experience so that I can also have a good experience. It works both ways.

I started at CouchSurfing 8 years ago and still love interacting with people from different cultures.

However cultural differences can create misunderstandings between well-meaning people, so if there is anything you do not like or have any questions, please contact me right away. I always try to solve any problem as quickly as possible.

The whole area is a zone with immense life and this life have some characteristics, one of which is the late afternoon noise and sometimes means until very early in the morning at the city party periods in June

Número de licença
82823/AL
The Historic House of Santo André is a 3-storey building which with its 5 suites all with private bathrooms and air conditioning is an excellent solution for families or groups that want to travel together.

Located between the districts of Castelo, Alfama, Mouraria and Graça which are the heart of Old Lisbon that survived the earthquake of 1755, a few minutes up to the castle and a few minutes down into th…

Camas

Quarto 1
1 cama de casal
Quarto 2
2 camas de solteiro
Quarto 3
1 cama de casal
Quarto 4
1 cama de casal
Quarto 5
2 camas de solteiro

Comodidades

Wifi
Cozinha
Ar condicionado
Secador
Espaço de trabalho adequado para portátil
Ferro de Engomar
Máquina de lavar
Secador de cabelo
Televisão
Cabides

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Lisboa, Portugal

The neighborhood is composed of a maze of narrow streets, winding alleyways, and steep flights of steps. Its kasbah-like layout is deliberate - this is the city's ancient Arab district, and although there are no Moorish houses still standing, the tightly-packed lanes, small archways, and stone-paved terraces are full of atmosphere and great fun to explore.

Lisbon's old quarter offers many things to do. Besides the castle, there are several historic 17th-century churches in the vicinity, as well as the city's impressive cathedral. A clutch of excellent museums provide cultural diversion, and Lisbon's biggest flea market is here. Some of the best views in Lisbon are from lofty squares and viewpoints, like Portas do Sol, Senhora da Graça

A few minutes up to the castle, and a few minutes down into the wonderful labyrinth that is the old Alfama and Mouraria, filled with life, smells and music. The only way to see the neighborhood's is to wander in, get lost (you will, like it or not) and be surprised at every turn of the narrow winding cobblestoned alleyways.

The neighborhood is also home to traditional fado houses, where this unique Portuguese musical expression can be appreciated in rustic and romantic surroundings.
The neighborhood is composed of a maze of narrow streets, winding alleyways, and steep flights of steps. Its kasbah-like layout is deliberate - this is the city's ancient Arab district, and although there are n…

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  • Paulo
  • Adelaide & Paulo
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The history of the house is fascinating since it follows the whole history of the city since the Christian reconquest in the 12th century.

Paulo loves history and having worked in the rehabilitation of buildings and palaces in the last 25 years, will always be available to explain both the rehabilitation of the building and its history as well as the entire political environment that led to the great transformations in the city.

But be aware because when he starts talking .....
The history of the house is fascinating since it follows the whole history of the city since the Christian reconquest in the 12th century.

Paulo loves history and havin…
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  • Número da apólice: 82823/AL
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Check-out: 11:00
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