Are you coming to Lisbon and don’t know where to go after dinner? Lisbon has one of the best nights in Europe. Either travelling with your friends, or with family, Lisbon has places to fit all tastes. 1. Lust in Rio Lust in Rio is one of the most famous clubs in Lisbon. Depending on
Every year the Portuguese celebrate their “Freedom Day” on the 25th April with a bank holiday. The suspension bridge connecting Lisbon and Almada is also a commemoration of this day with its name “Ponte 25 de Abril”. You might be wondering what happened in history to make the 25th April so important to the Portuguese
In June the city becomes a city-sized party: Throughout the month of June, the people of Lisbon come together to celebrate Santo António! The main celebration day is the 12th June, but you will be able to experience the party feeling all month with music, food and drinks in the colourfully decorated streets! J.K Rowling
Are you fully prepared for your trip to Lisbon? Read our top 15 tips to make sure you are ready to make the most of your time! Tip 1: Embrace the local culture The first and most important tip is to live, eat and breathe Portuguese; make the Portuguese culture a part of your own!
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Looking for a romantic weekend away to surprise your loved one? Look no further, Lisbon is your answer! When looking for a romantic destination for a short cityscape, the first places that come to mind are popular cities such as Paris or Venice that have forever had a romantic connotation. As much as these cities
What better way to experience a new city than having a bite at one of Lisbon’s food markets, finding something unique at the flea markets, and diving into a new culture? We all know what Portugal is known for worldwide – sandy beaches and delicious gastronomy. We are going to focus our attention on the
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