Tucked-in oasis in the middle of the city
With more than two hectares, Campo Martires da Pátria has great prominence in this area, where it is possible to find emblematic buildings such as the Faculty of Medical Sciences or the friendly Jardim Braancamp Freire, where young people stroll and older people play chess; with a playground, two lakes with ducks and chickens and kiosks and esplanades to enjoy the sun of Lisbon.
Also here is the São Lázaro Library, the oldest municipal library in Lisbon, created in 1883 and with publications from the 17th to 21st centuries.
Although they are between two of the busiest avenues in the city, when entering São Lázaro and Desterro, you can feel the change in sounds, colours, shadows and rhythm. This is one of those special bubbles that certainly conquers for its serenity and vivacity. With buildings from various constructive times, from the 17th century to the 19th century, this is an area that has been rehabilitated preserving and valuing its patrimonial value. Thus, here are very interesting investment opportunities.