To the west of Lisbon, on the outskirts of the city lies the neighborhood of Benfica. Perhaps you recognize the name on account of the success of this district’s football team, S.L Benfica. The neighborhood is not central but does provide the ‘local’ experience that some prefer.
In Benfica, away from the hustle and bustle, you’ll find plenty of green areas. Here, you can while away the hours on a sunny Lisbon afternoon. Simply hop on the metro to navigate your way through the neighborhood. Bus routes and trains in this area are not quite so impressive as other districts in this western region.
🏠 Property prices: Low
📸 Tourist density: Very low
🌳 Green areas and parks: Plenty of
💻 Coworking density: Very low
🌍 Nomad/expat popularity: Not very popular
📍 Distance from the city centre: Remote
🚌 Public transportation: OK-ish
🚇 Access to metro: Yes
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🌳 Green areas and parks: Plenty of (Eucaliptal de Benfica, Parque Silva Porto, Parque Recreativo do Alto da Serafina, Parque da Pedra, Parque Urbano da Quinta da Granja, Espaço Biodiversidade do Monsanto, Parque Florestal de Monsanto)
🥑 Local market: Mercado de Benfica
🏥 Hospitals: 0
🏊 Swimming pools: Lisbon Camping Swimming Pool
🖥️ Coworking spaces: 1 Forja Cowork
👀 Viewpoint: Miradouro do Panorâmico de Monsanto
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🚇 Metro: Colégio Militar (blue)
🚂 Train stations (intercity): Benfica
🚌 Bus station (intercity): No bus station
🏖️ Direct bus/train to the beach: No
🚲 Bike lanes density: Very high
💸 Average price: 3209 €/m2
📊 Comparison with the last year: +5,1 %
⚖️ Average price in Lisbon: 4595 €/m2
Pictures by: Ivie Ong, @mmichelerinaldi