Altis Prime Apartments

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 4, Lisbon, 1250-191, Portugal
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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29
Very Good
41%
24
Average
5%
3
Poor
1%
1
Terrible
1%
1

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples88
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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Local phone-code?

by Turska

I can´t get contact to our rent-lady at Lisbon right now,and we are allready leaving day after tomorrow.I did get her mobile-phonenumber,so I could call/sms her while we are at Porto,and checked our timetables for trains.
But the number seems too short.I have of course Finnish oprators phone,and I think there should be some countrycode at her number,so I could contct her.Can someone tell,what that number is?For example:if you call to my number with Finnish phone,you can call 040544XXX But if you have foreign operator in your phone,you need to call +35840544XXX so we take that 0 away,and put +358 in the front.
Our rentladys number seemed too short to have country-code.It started with 913 and had 9 numbers.

Re: Local phone-code?

by HansDK

Country code for Portugal is +351.

Re: Local phone-code?

by Turska

Thank you!!I hope that number will work then.In Finland all numbers start with 0 so this looked so strange to me.

Re: Local phone-code?

by Kathrin_E

I guess the city code is also missing. According to my (German) register of international codes the country code for Portugal is 00351 and the city code for Porto is 02 (omitting the 0 if country code is dialed first), so the code would be +3512 and then the number you got.

Any Portuguese around to correct or confirm?

Re: Local phone-code?

by Turska

In Finland we don´t have city-codes in mobilephones,is it different in other counries?If is,she lives in Lisbon.We will stay at hotel in Porto,and at rented flat in Lisbon.
If someone knows if Kathryn is right,please tell.Thank you!

Re: Local phone-code?

by Kathrin_E

Ah - ok, I overlooked that you said mobile phone, so forget it! I was thinking of a landline.

Re: Local phone-code?

by Pedro_Laia

hi.
just use 00351 and the rest (9 numbers). fix numbers, cells, everything is the same. you dial 00351 XXX XXX XXX and that's all. All the cities have different 1st numbers but all the numbers have 9 digits, so, the prefix of the city is included. is this clear? nice calls (and a pleaseant stay of course).

Re: Local phone-code?

by Turska

Thank you!!!I trust it´s right now.I wouldn´t guess to put 00 in front,when we use + in here.
I´m sure,that we will have lovely trip!Nice to have so long time(17 nights) to spend,not so hurry all the time!

Re: Local phone-code?

by SoulFisher

Ín Portugal, numbers beginning with 9 are from mobiles. 91 is a Vodafone operator number.

Katrin, there's no 0 anymore in landline phone numbers. The landline numbers begin with 2. More or less until a decade ago, Lisbon's code was 01 and Oporto 02. That changed to 21 for Lisbon and 22 for Oporto. Nowadays, a landline number always contains the region code in it, which is a lot easier. Whether we dial local or national it's always the same number.
To dial from abroad it's +351 then the number, either mobile (9) or landline (2) without worrying about that 0 issue that is so common in many countries.

Re: Local phone-code?

by Turska

O.k.It´s similar like ours then.
And calling from foreign cell-phone is similar than calling from foreign country.

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Internet terminals

by pieter_jan_v

When you travel light without iPod or laptop you need an Internet terminal.

Ponto Net is one of the providers with Cyber Spots equipped with terminals and printers at the following two tourist office shops:
-Praça do Comércio tel.: +351-21-0312810
-Rua do Arsenal 25 tel.: +351-21-3312820

Another possibility is the Internet service at Western Union shops; € 1.25 for half an hour web surfing.

At the Lisbon Airport you'll find NetSpace Internet.

Bairro Alto

by call_me_rhia

the Bairro alto is the high neighbourhood of Lisbon. The first time I went there it looked really sad and run down - the saddest place on earth... it seemed devoid of charm, of atmosphere. I went back there at night, only because a friend had insisted, and found it really buzzing, alive with music, pubs, people having fun. At night it turned out to become magical and to show its hidden and truest character... At night, it was all beaut!

DISCOVERIES MONUMENT

by LysDor

When you continue by walking upriver (somebody said it´s not so far away, but it took a lot of time!) from Belém towards the city center, you reach the Discoveries Monument with figures of all the famous portuguese explorers, poets and painters.

Fada music is the sound of the soul of Portugal

by dlytle

Fado, which means "fate" or "destiny" is the name given to the anecdotal, satirical, sentimental, or occasionally happy songs performed by the singers

Fado is the folk music of Lisbon, compared to the blues for its plaintive qualities, expressing that very particular Portuguese feeling of saudade, a sense of loss and longing.

To less tutored ears, however, fado can sound suspiciously like the moans of someone suffering with a particularly bad toothache.

There are many restaurants and clubs that feature Fada music. Ask at your hotel where you can find a traditional Fada club rather than one that really just caters to tourists.

Fountain Eruption

by Dyesebel

We saw these fountains while walking around Oriente Station.Julz(barbskie) was so amused that we had to wait til' the fountain "erupted" again and again and again...if you're just walking without knowing that the fountain will suddenly "erupt" ,you'll get a fright;) and probably get wet! But it was amusing!

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