Empreendimentos em Lisboa

Discover Lisbon

Lisbon, known better as the city of the "Seven Hills", is a place full of light, tradition, and charm present in every detail.

The Portuguese capital, with more than 20 centuries of history, offers a rare beauty and enchantments to those who visit it. Owner of a unique architectural heritage, its cobblestone streets takes us to magical corners and imposing buildings, since Lisbon is a city rich in historical monuments.

Its characteristic buildings in full symbiosis with the Tagus River’s blue tone, make this an unforgettable destination, ideal to enjoy the sunny days that this corner of Europe has to offer.

The gastronomic flavors with Mediterranean influences that awake any palate, are also one of the main characteristics of this city that screams "saudade" like no other.

Avenidas Novas

Avenidas Novas

Although they originated at the end of the 19th century, they are still known as Avenidas Novas (New Avenues), and are one of the most noble locations in the city.

Alfama, Castelo and Graça

To have a real taste of Lisbon's neighbourhood spirit is to live in these three areas of the city. The typical Lisbon  come to fore at the time of the Santos Populares.

Baixa and Chiado

Baixa and Chiado

Being surrounded by history is living in a neighbourhood that is as traditional as it is modern. Those neighborhoods are Baixa and Chiado.

Estrela and Santos

Estrela, Lapa and Santos

Estrela and Lapa: two very sophisticated residential bairros with privileged views of the river. Santos is a neighbourhood known for its unparalleled nightlife.

Alcântara and Ajuda

Alcântara is a neighbourhood full of green areas, where culture and creativity reign. Ajuda offers a breathtaking view over the Tagus River.

Restelo and Belém

Restelo and Belém are two places with a familiar, calm and culturally rich atmosphere that goes from the time of the Portuguese discoveries to the present day.

Oeiras, Estoril and Cascais

Following the Atlantic coastline lies Oeiras, Estoril and Cascais, the "Portuguese Riviera". Ideal for those who prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle of the metropolis.