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FAMOUS CROWS

GUEST HOUSE

The Famous Crows Guest House is a friendly property with a great accommodation to welcome travellers with a relaxing enviroment. The great value is the central location, where it’s easy to visit the city and the surroundings, home of extraordinary cultural monuments.

OUR FACILITIES

Complimentary Toiletries

Air Conditioner

Safe

Private Car Rental

Daily Cleaning Service

Hair Dryer

Security Cameras (CCTV)

Tour Guidance

Iron

Towels

Kitchenette

Free

Wifi

Reception

(multilingual)

Lounge

TV

Hot Showers

WHY FAMOUS CROWS?

The legend goes that the body of St. Vicente, martyred in Valency was brought to Sagres, in Algarve in the year of 303. The first King of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques, transfer the saint’s bones to Lisbon, accompanied in the barge, by two vigilant crows, which protected them.

The Crows were adopted as the symbols of loyalty and protection, having place in the arms of the city, placed in a caravel, one at the prow and other at the stern,

watching the body of St. Vicente. After this episode, they started being seen as benevolent and being worshipped in Lisbon, where, until a few years ago, it would be normal to find them in many bars, where sometimes they called the best customers by their names.

Currently the Crows disappeared from Lisbon and are more and more forgotten as a symbol of the City.

Rua de Belém, nº 70 – 1º Lisbon

geral@famous-crows.pt

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RECEPTION SCHEDULE

12 - 8pm

Check-in: 3pm

Check-out: 12pm

*For check-in after 8 pm call us.

CONTACT US

Info & Reservations:

geral@famous-crows.pt

Corporate Info:

famouscrows.guesthouse@gmail.com

+351 939 890 903

Rua de Belém, nº 70 – 1º

Lisbon, Portugal

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The legend goes that the body of St. Vicente, martyred in Valency was brought to Sagres, in Algarve in the year of 303. The first King of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques, transfer the saint’s bones to Lisbon, accompanied in the barge, by two vigilant crows, which protected them.

The Crows were adopted as the symbols of loyalty and protection, having place in the arms of the city, placed in a caravel, one at the prow and other at the stern, watching the body of St. Vicente. After this episode, they started being seen as benevolent and being worshipped in Lisbon, where, until a few years ago, it would be normal to find them in many bars, where sometimes they called the best customers by their names.

Currently the Crows disappeared from Lisbon and are more and more forgotten as a symbol of the City.