A few tips and tricks to save some money on Lisbon’s vibrant classical music, theater, and dance offerings
During the first weekend of September, the southwest grass fields of Parque Eduardo VII transformed into a dance floor with around 8,000 party people.
There’s space for everyone at this neighborhood art and music venue
Born to a gypsy father from Santarém and a famous prostitute nicknamed A Barbuda (the bearded) from Portalegre, Severa’s exotic beauty and dramatic singing style, attributed to her gypsy blood, won the capital’s bohemians over.
There are street musicians and then there are street musicians. Original Bandalheira, a rag-tag team of skilled buskers who’ve been bringing Balkan beats to the streets of Lisbon since 2008, are the latter.
With the Eurovision win, the self-confidence of the Portuguese is higher than it has been in years, especially after winning the 2016 Euro Cup.
Lisboa Electronica at LXFactory just put Lisbon on the map for techno aficionados!