Santa Maria Maior is a parish in the municipality of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Located in the historic center of Lisbon, Santa Maria Maior comprises the neighborhoods of Alfama, Baixa, Chiado, Castelo, and Mouraria.
The Mouraria neighborhood is one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Lisbon. It was in this area that the Moors went to live after the conquest of Lisbon, by D. Afonso Henriques, in 1147 until they were expelled in the 15th Century. From that time there are few traces left, however, Mouraria is still today the most multicultural neighborhood in the city. Altogether 56 nationalities cohabit in this neighborhood, most of them from Bangladesh, China, India, Pakistan, and Mozambique.
Despite its multiculturalism, and offering many products and international stores, Mouraria remains a typical Lisbon neighborhood.
This cozy neighborhood is located between Martim Moniz and Castelo de São Jorge. This neighborhood is also known as the birthplace of Fado. It was here that Severa lived, the first known fado singer in Portugal, in the 19th Century.
This neighborhood attracts tourists for its multiculturalism and simultaneously for its traditional nature. It is worth visiting the Largo do Intendente, which has one of the most beautiful tiled facades in the city. It is in Largo do Intendente that you find the most beautiful shop of Portuguese life, in the old tile factory of Viúva de Lamego.
This two-bedroom apartment located at Mouraria is within a walking distance to the major tourist attractions in the historic center of Lisbon. The apartment will be completely renovated and is suitable for 350 Golden Visa. It is a second floor with 60 sqm. It features 2 bedrooms with wardrobes, a complete bathroom and a social one. Living room and kitchen in open space.
Santa Maria Maior, Mouraria, Lisbon, Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal 1100-555
To be Refurbished