Funchal Old Town Central Apartment 3.6
- Double Bed
- Max Guests:
In the old part of Funchal a lot of venues are ongoing all the time. In one of the oldest streets, now closed for cars, Rua Santa Maria, there are bars, restaurants, art studios and a permanent display of the Painted Doors, most of the doors in this street are painted with a great variety of motifs or otherwise decorated. During the weekends you have flea markets. Parallel to this street you have Rua Bela Santiago. Here you have an up class building where the apartment is found. In the middle of the building there is a patio with big built in flower boxes. There are two elevators in each of the two entrances in addition to the stairs. Apt. 3.6 is a 2 bed room apartment on the third floor, facing the sea. You first come into the hall from where you will reach the kitchen, the lounge and the corridor for the bed rooms and the bath room. The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, a micro wave, a stove, a fridge/freezer, a dish washer, a washing machine and a dryer. Here you have a wicker work table for 6 persons. The two spacious bed rooms have double beds and big ward robes. There is a bath room with a bath tub with shower, a toilet, a bidet and a wash basin. The living room has two doors to the French verandas with a fantastic view over the roofs to the sea and the cruise ships. The living room has sofas, a round 19th century dining table and a table for card games. There is a cable TV and free WiFi. This place is for walkers. Being in the middle of the town it takes four minutes to the market, the same to the super markets and two minutes to the bakery. In the entrance of the building you have coffee shops and a bank. Around the corner there are dozens of bars and restaurants for any taste and still for every pocket. If you walk to the left facing the sea, in ten minutes you will find the swimming area Barreirinha. This is next to the church Socorro. The promenade next to the sea is good for walking or jogging. The garden in front is great for a troll or relaxing on the benches looking at people. It takes you five minutes to get to the cable car to Monte. Next to this, you have the bus station. If you stay here, you do not need a car. If you would like to take a trip around the island, rent a car for one or two days, not a week.