LD Apartments BLog gives you Lisbon Local Tips, Events, Places to Stay, Restaurants
Stay in one of our Lisbon Holidays Apartments and enjoy a high quality of life more the less 24/7. There is many places to enjoy the 300 days of annual sunshine. Festivals, international concerts and sporting events run throughout the year.Its museums and magnificent churches invite you to explore history, science and art not just on rainy days! With all these things to enjoy, Lisboa remains laid back and sophisticated. What are your waiting for? Book with us now and explore incredible Lisboa or relax in Cascais with easy access to Lisboa (35 min by train or 20 min by car). One of our partners can also provide you a number of different tailored experiences, from private tours, sunset cruises to walking tours you will find something exiting to do in Lisbon or nearby towns. There are a number of amazing places and historical villages just couple hours way perfect for a day trip. Lisboa offers you a unique combination of history, culture and beaches for your holidays in the sun. Got more time to indulge in living like a local? Around Lisboa there is plenty to explore for any age group and interest ... Where ever you visit, no place is more than 45 minutes away. Public transport takes you to Expo by metro or by train from Santa Apolonia, exit at Oriente. Access Belem, Estoril and Cascais from Cais do Sodre train station or Queluz and Sintra from Rossio train station. Both stations can be reached within 10-15 minutes walking from the apartments. For beaches across the river, it is recommended to rent a car. There is also various outlet shopping centers within easy reach. All our Holiday Apartments are very close to the main transports hubs that will allow you to easily plan your days trips outside Lisbon. Book Now and stay in style in Lisbon in one of our LD Apartments.The National Palace of Queluz and its historical gardens are one of the most remarkable examples of the harmonious link between landscape and palatial architecture in Portugal. They illustrate the evolution of the Court’s tastes in the 18th and 19th centuries, a period that was marked by the baroque, rococo and neoclassicism. Built in 1747 at the orders of the future King Pedro III is also famed for the glory of the Its gardens and their features, including the famous Fountain of Neptunelocated at Queluz, a freguesia of the modern-day Sintra Municipality, in the Lisbon District.