This romantic property is
located on the banks of the river Tagus, in the triangle of the old quarters
of Lapa, Madragoa and Santos, and only a short walk from Santos Train Station. From here you can reach all of the most famous sights of Lisbon
, including the below:National Ancient Art Museum
Considered to house the best collection of Portuguese and European art, this museum features works by Gonclaves, Bosch, Raphael and more
, and is conveniently located right next door to your hotel.Castelo de São Jorge (4km)
Castelo São Jorge is a fortified structure that dates back to the 11th century
. Conquered by the Moors and taken back by the first king of Portugal, Dom Afonso Henriques, it was over the centuries the residence of a number of monarchs who enjoyed the security and, perhaps most of all, the incredible view.Berardo Collection Museum of Modern Art (5km)
Can be counted among the best private collections of contemporary art in the world. You can see the works of the world's greatest artists like Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Dali, Roy Lichtenstein, Bacon, Balthus, Andy Warhol and many more.
Discover also Portuguese artists like Paula Rego, Vieira da Silva, Helena Almeida, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Jorge Molder and Ângelo de Sousa.Belém Tower (6km)
Forming an integral part of Lisbon’s former line of defence, the Belém Tower was finally finished in 1520. Its architect, Francisco de Arruda, had created a masterpiece of Manueline art with Moorish influences.Hieronymites Monastery (5km)
A perfect example of Manueline art, and classed as a world heritage site by Unesco in 1983
, the Monastery of the Hieronymites has always been one of Portugal’s symbolic monuments,
and took from 1502 until nearly a century later to build. The monastery’s church houses the tombs of illustrious national figures
such as the king Dom Manuel I and his descendants, the explorer Vasco da Gama and the poet Luís de Camões.