Wasabi is a fantastic T2+1 Duplex Apartment located in the heart of the Alfama neighborhood!
Located in a typical Lisbon building, it has space for you and all of your family and friends. Eight guests can stay in Wasabi Apartment. Wasabi features two double rooms, one of them with a private bathroom and one smaller room with a double sofa bed. The double rooms have an amazing view over the Alfama neighborhood and the Tagus river.
The living room has amazing natural light and his very well decorated. We invite you to enjoy your meals looking at Tagus river. Also in the living room you can find the second double sofa bed. The kitchen is fully equipped and prepared for your experiences in the art of cooking Portuguese dishes. Perfection comes with practice!
Plus, you have the chance to make something very tradicional in Alfama: enjoy your grilled sardines outdoor using the typical portuguese chairs and tables right in front of the apartment building. Enjoy Alfama!
The apartment is perfect for you and your friends, or family, start discovering a charming city like Lisbon.
You're in the heart of Lisbon's most typical neighborhood. So if you don't want to cook, just outside your door you'll find several of the best restaurants where live Fado inspires prestigious chefs. In Alfama you'll get lost in the old streets full of histories to discover!
Next to the Wasabi Apartment there is Lisbon's famous secular flea market "Feira da Ladra", the market where you can find everything! From music, books, dresses, furniture... can't miss it. Nearby, you have the Fado Museum and the worldwide famous tram 28 that covers the sightseeing tour of Lisbon hills.
Other cultural and commercial highlights of the city are Baixa, Chiado and the nightlife centre, the unique Bairro Alto where everyone is out on the streets, with a drink or a cigarette in their hands, socializing amiably with friends and strangers. All these places are 10 minutes away by public transportation (tram or subway).
Lisbon invites you to come to know her. Will you accept?