Villa to rent in Lisbon
A holiday villa rental in Lisbon is an excellent choice to explore the city. Spacious, with or without a swimming pool, it is the promise of an exceptional stay in one of the most beautiful European capitals.
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Holiday villas to let in Lisbon
Here are our holiday villas offers for your stay in Lisbon, Portugal. We select each holiday villa proposed in order to offer you real estate in line with our quality charter. My Home In Lisbon offers you also the possibility to rent a nice holiday apartment in Lisbon and homes with swimming pool for your holiday in Lisbon.
Rent a villa in Lisbon for a holiday
It is in Lisbon that the Tage, the longest river on the Iberian Peninsula, flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Its estuary is one of the marvels of Portugal. The river is so wide that, seen from the steepest streets of the city, it sometimes seems vertical! The bridge Vasco de Gama which spans that river is the longest in Europe, with more than 17km.The Tage is a splendor to be contemplated, from any place in Lisbon. It surprises the walkers in the course of each street and its reflections are so brilliant that it was nicknamed the \"Straw coloured Sea”. A house rental with views of the Tage River is the guarantee of an inspiring and serene stay. Open your windows, contemplate the sun playing on the waves, the boats that pass - it is not unusual to cross old rigs - and let yourself be carried by this invitation to travel. \"By the Tage we go to the World,\" wrote Fernando Pessoa. Through the Tage, it is the world itself which is offered to you! Whether you choose to stay in the historical district of Alfama, in the ultramodern district of Expo, in the festive alleys of the Bairro Alto or near the garden of Estrela, the Tage will accompany you during your stay. Having a drink on the terrace watching the sun blushing on the horizon and playing with the cables from the bridge on 25 April is a delight. Make sure you do not miss the show by booking your holiday house rental in Lisbon with a view of the Tage River.
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