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Experience Portugal's Vibrant Culture from Your Chic Lisbon Room! The room contains a single bed, a bedside table, a closet, and a drawer, which are all essential pieces of furniture for storing clothes, and personal items, providing a comfortable sleeping space and a relaxed atmosphere. In the room, you can also find a small round table, a chair and a lamp that could be used for studying or working. If you book less than 30 days, your rent will increase by €20. It is an apartment with 5 bedrooms, a living room with a couch, table, TV, 2 bathrooms with showers and a kitchen displaying a fridge, freezer, stove, oven, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, dishes and cutlery but also pots, pans, and a table. You share the house with 5 other tenants. All direct consumption (water + electricity + gas + Internet and televisions) are included in the price of 40 euros (your credit) per person, calculated after spending divided by nr. of booked rooms, that is to say if the total value of 200 (example: 5 of booked rooms x 40) euros is exceeded, the rest to be charged in addition will be divided by nr. of booked/ rooms/ people per month. The street is located in the Benfica neighbourhood, northwest of Lisbon, Portugal and is a residential area with a few shops and services. It is one of the city's oldest neighbourhoods and is known for its historic architecture, green spaces, and cultural landmarks. Benfica is home to the Estádio da Luz, the stadium of the Benfica football club, as well as the Colombo Shopping Centre, one of the largest shopping malls in Europe. The neighbourhood is also known for its many gardens and parks, including Monsanto Forest Park, the largest green space in Lisbon. Other popular attractions in Benfica include the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, the National Museum of Costume and Fashion, and the Benfica Market, where visitors can sample traditional Portuguese cuisine and browse local crafts and souvenirs. Benfica is well connected to the rest of Lisbon by public transportation, making it easy for residents and visitors to get around the neighbourhood and beyond. Here are some of the public transportation options available in Benfica: Metro: Benfica is served by two metro stations on the blue line, Colégio Militar/Luz and Carnide, which provide easy access to other parts of Lisbon. Bus: Several bus lines run through Benfica, providing connections to destinations across Lisbon and the surrounding areas. Some of the bus lines that serve Benfica include 703, 716, 726, 746, and 758. Train: The Benfica train station is located on the Sintra line and provides connections to other parts of Lisbon, as well as to Sintra and other destinations. Tram: The historic Tram 18 also runs through Benfica, providing a scenic and nostalgic way to explore the neighbourhood and its surroundings. Taxi and ride-hailing services: Taxi and ride-hailing services like Uber and Bolt are also available in Benfica for those who prefer a more direct and private transportation option. Please be aware that HousingAnywhere is an online booking platform. Therefore, exchanging contact details and offering viewings is not possible before the booking. Send me a message with a short description of yourself and, if you want to rent the place and when, directly send me a booking request or a message, and please mention your age and occupation. I look forward to meeting you!
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