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One-Bedroom Apartment with Large Balcony and View

Apartment with 69 sqm, for two, three or four adults, on the 3rd floor, with a bedroom, living room and dining room, fully equipped kitchenette and large balcony over the garden and old Lisbon..

Apartment Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro (402)

Size: 65 sqm (+6 sqmbalcony)
Capacity: from 2 to 4 adults  (1 queen size bed; 1 double sofa bed)
1 free baby crib for children up to 3 years old
Location: 3rd floor back
A fully equipped apartment, with a 2 day towel exchange free service, trash taken out and general cleaning.
Free wireless internet! Share the experience with friends or family through Facebook or WhatsApp!
By yourself, with friends or family. Contact us for specific needs.
2 to 4 adults
Cable TV up to 40 channels.
  • En-suite bathroom with shower
  • Hair dryer
  • Amenities of the Portuguese Saboaria
  • Percall Cotton Bedding
  • 100% cotton towels
  • Air conditioning
  • Free internet wifi
  • LCD TV with cable channels
  • Free safe
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Fully equipped kitchenette
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee / Tea machine
  • Microwave oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Electric kettle
  • Large balcony
Who was Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro:

Rafael Augusto Prostes Bordalo Pinheiro (1846-1905), was an artist, whose vast work is spread by books and publications. He was a graphic designer, watercolor artist, illustrator, decorator, political and social cartoonist, journalist, ceramist and teacher. His name is closely linked to the Portuguese caricature, which he gave a great boost, giving it a style of its own. He is the author of the popular representation of “Zé Povinho“, who became a symbol of the Portuguese people.

Born into a family of artists, he began by  trying to make his living as a plastic artist with realistic compositions and watercolors inspired by costumes and popular types. In 1871 received a prize in the International Exhibition of Madrid. At the same time he developed his facet of caricaturist, illustrator and decorator.

In 1981, Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro cast in ceramics some copies of swallows, which still remain suspended in the roof of Tabacaria Monaco, in Rossio, Lisbon. He also designed them in plates, ornaments and tiles. The popular handicrafts have appropriated his swallows and popularized their use to decorate facades, balconies and home interiors throughout the country.

His experimental work with clay led him to start producing artistic crockery in the Faience Factory of Caldas da Rainha in 1885.

Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro (1846 – 1905)