Around the corner and down the road, you have Marquês de Pombal: the busy roundabout after which the whole area is named. It is known to some locals as 'the roundabout', and acts as a gateway to the city centre. This is Lisbon’s business district and the historical city isn't far off: Bairro Alto, the neighbourhood specialised on weekly street parties, is 3km away. A little closer to home, you can spend your days in the Eduardo VII gardens, on one side of the roundabout and then spend your nights on the other side hanging out in Av. Liberdade’s cool little Kiosk-bars.
The property is 450m away from Marquês de Pombal metro station (Blue and Yellow lines) and you also have a bus terminal there, provided with almost 20 different buses. A little bit closer, 70m down the road from the front door, a smaller bus stop is part of 7 different buses' routes.
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