The Museu do Aljube takes us inside the prison that can be described as kind of purgatory between hell and hell, where prisoners were served a taste of hell to come. Step inside and have a look around.
Eighteen years ago, Portugal gave up its role in Macau, leaving practically no political or economic influence and very little saudade among most of the Chinese population.
Montemor-o-Novo is situated just an hour outside of Lisbon by car. The town itself is…
There are dozens of museums in Lisbon to feed your thirst for art, archeology, history, and much more. Here are some tips to visit them on the cheap.
Crumbling, and marked with decades of graffiti, the abandoned Panorámico restaurant looms over Lisbon on a hill in Monsanto Park like a forgotten alien spaceship.
At 11:00 am October 5 1910, from the balcony of Paços do Concelho, in Lisbon, the Portuguese Republic was proclaimed.
It’s good to be the king.