CRUZ DA PEDRA
CRUZ DA PEDRA
Lisbon is one of Europe´s fastest growing tech ecosystems and as a hub of entrepreneurial innovation and technology, the city has become one of the trendiest in Europe.
The living costs in are significantly lower compared to other Western European capitals such as Madrid, Paris, or London and there is a magical and vibrant lifestyle with stunning rooftops cross the city, co-working spaces, and trendy coffee shops.
The Cruz da Pedra development is a rehabilitation project that preserves the soul of the Portuguese architecture.
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PARTY IN HONOR
OF SANTO ANTÓNIO
In the month of June, like many of Lisbon’s older neighborhoods, Graça is transformed into a giant street party, because of the celebration of Santo António. For much of the summer, restaurant tables fill every slope, with fish and other traditional dishes being cooked on barbecues, like sardines and pork.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
One of its standout qualities is undoubtedly the ease in which you can get around. You are a short walk away from Santa Apolónia Train station, the country’s main rail hub that will get you anywhere in Portugal in a matter of a few hours.
A mere 10-minute drive away from Portugal’s main international airport is a factor you cannot ignore. Whether you are passing through, staying for the summer, or starting your new life, you will always be a short hop away from a flight back home.
ENJOY THE LIFE
In the São Vicente neighborhood, you can find the centennial Feira da Ladra flea-market and also one of the architectural landmarks that took longest to build, the National Pantheon.
Today it is the burial place of important figures in Portuguese history and culture, such as the recent cases of fado singer Amália Rodrigues and footballing legend Eusébio.
Right next to the Pantheon is the Campo de Santa Clara, where the Feira da Ladra takes place every Tuesday and Saturday, without fail. This is Lisbon’s oldest and most peculiar flea-market.
Surrounded by the Graça, Castelo and Alfama neighborhoods, São Vicente is located on the hillside that rises from the Santa Apolónia train station and commands panoramic views over the Tejo River.