Nido will bring a new kind of living experience to Lisbon. Nido Campo Pequeno will offer stylish ensuite rooms, plenty of shared social and study spaces, all-inclusive rents and the ultimate student experience.
With a variety of ensuite rooms in shared flats to choose from, where you can cook, study and get to know each other in your shared kitchen and living space with your room and bathroom all to yourself. Or if you prefer your own space, our studio rooms will come with a kitchenette and ensuite just for you, so you can keep your space just the way you like it.
We’re going to build a creative, lively, and considerate community together at Nido Campo Pequeno, come and be a part of the journey. Book your room today!
Room Types in Nido Campo Pequeno
We’re going to build a creative, lively, and considerate community together at Nido Campo Pequeno, come and be a part of the journey!
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We put a lot of thought into the design of our facilities. Each space at Nido Campo Pequeno is fully furnished and equipped with little touches which make a positive difference to sustainable living. We want you to enjoy all the facilities, from the TV lounge to the laundry room.
If you're looking for a cosy café, then you need to try Hygge Kaffe. You’ll find it in Picoas along with a mouth-watering menu: mini nordic pancakes and delicious acai bowls.
Are you a burger lover? Then don't miss this spot! Located in Sao Sebastiao, this burger joint is known for its juicy meat patties, crispy bacon and crunchy fries.
Fancy a taste of authentic Portuguese food? This restaurant has all the staples - and generous portions too. You can try pataniscas, cozidos, filetes de graoupa, bacalhau, and many other traditional dishes!
There’s good reason this viewpoint is one of the most visited in the city. It's the highest in Lisbon and has views from Baixa to Avenidas Novas. The view is breathtaking!
One of the best places in Lisbon to fill your Instagram feed with cool photos is Parque Eduardo VII. Located in Sao Sebastiao, this is the largest park in the city centre, there are also events here year-round.
Make sure to check out this art museum at least once a month. Located on Av. de Berna, it is one of Lisbon’s most famed attractions, with over 6,000 pieces of art. Free on Sundays after 2pm.
The emblematic Campo Pequeno building is striking and will not go unnoticed on your social media feed. The bullring was recently renovated to include a shopping centre with 20 restaurants, 80 shops, a museum, an art gallery, and more!
Whatever you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it at El Corte Ingles. Hypermarket, big fashion brands, electronics, and much more. It is located in Av. Antonio Augusto de Aguiar, the mall also has a virtual gaming room.
Fan of organic produce? Then you can't miss the Agrobio Market where you’ll find fresh, organic products at affordable prices. The market is located in Jardim do Campo Pequeno. (Saturdays, 9am to 2pm)
Music, sunsets and great cocktails? Yes, please! This rooftop has a spectacular view over the river Tejo and is a great spot to have a drink with friends. The bar is on the top floor of the Tivoli hotel, on Av. Liberdade.
A must-visit when exploring Lisbon's nightlife, Pink Street offers all sorts of quirky bars and clubs. Some of the venues you’ll find here include a bookshop bar, a bar in an old brothel, discos and even a reggae bar.
How about some bowling, or a game of table football, and darts? This bar in Saldanha offers all that fun and is open until 2am. Until 10pm, a game costs only 4 euros (€5.50 after this). It also has a great bar and a snack area.