Between traditional and contemporary
Bohemian and slow-paced by day, vibrant and buzzing by night, this central Lisbon quarter referred to by locals as “Bairro” is situated between Cais de Sodré, Chiado, Santa Catarina and Principe Real. In between old-fashioned Portuguese inhabitants living here and up and coming modern artistic crowd, lies an abundance of different amusements, from intimate bars and cafes to hip clubs, from traditional taverns known as tascas to new restaurants offering international cuisine, from traditional small shops to contemporary art galleries. The layout of Bairro Alto is a loose grid of narrow streets, making each corner a spontaneous and eventful meeting point.
Apart from the old traditional properties being renovated at an ever-faster pace, to completely new modern buildings, Bairro Alto offers opportunities for investment into both commercial and residential real estate suitable for short- and mid-term rentals, young home buyers and entrepreneurial commercial property seekers.