Príncipe Real is a central and traditionally aristocratic neighbourhood in Lisbon. Its location on the top of the Seventh Hill offers stunning Tagus river views and its centennial garden contrasts with the colourful and emblematic palaces that follow for several blocks.
Within walking distance, you will find an array of monuments, viewpoints and traditional neighbourhoods where many typical cafes live harmoniously with elegant restaurants. Within 5 minutes’ walk, you will find Avenida da Liberdade, the famous luxury boulevard and the heart of the central business district.
Lisbon International Airport is only 15 minutes from Príncipe Real, making it easy to enjoy the more than 250 days of sunshine that bless Lisbon every year, coming from any place in the world. Moreover, you can visit Cascais beaches (30 minutes) or the picturesque village of Sintra (40 minutes), classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
As a result of a full restoration project, FARIA PALACE stands out for its opulent facade, on the southeast side of Príncipe Real square. This depicts the sumptuous taste of its original owner, Maria Rosa de Faria, who built the Palace at the end of the XIX century. The vast area of FARIA PALACE includes a second facade on the Abarracamento de Peniche Street. These two entrances give access to the two buildings of this project which are connected by a common underground garage and a garden that brings the green surroundings to the interior of the palace.
The apartments combine harmoniously history and comfort, sophistication and timelessness.
Souto de Moura signature is also visible in the exclusive kitchens designed by himself and the details he made sure to include as custom faucets.
The selection of materials denotes the excellence of construction and finishes, these have been carefully selected to provide comfort and quality of life, while simultaneously preserving and restoring many of the original historic materials.
Covered dining area
Features great views
Near bars / restaurants
The energy rating shows the energy efficiency of a building on a scale of A to G. The most efficient homes – which should have the lowest fuel bills – are in band A, whereas the most inefficient homes are in band G.