Nine Portuguese directors are vying for the top short-film prize at the 2017 MOTELX and Atlas got the inside scoop on what makes them tremble.
Streamlined steampunk with a Victorian flair wrapped up in an ashram, soldered together with elementary…
Portugal’s relatively flat terrain makes it ideal for long-range bicycle touring, and Paulo Guerra dos Santos made an interactive cycling guide to the whole country. All by himself.
Kamal and Laxmi are two of the more than 15,000 Nepalis in Portugal trying to build a life. With the help of the Nepali community and a skilled culinary background, these two are well on their way to living the dream.
Helping Syrian women and young men is just another day at the office for Mezze and the Pão a Pão Association.
The crepes embody the philosophy of Sama Sama, Cais do Sodré’s newest resident eatery: Same same, but different.
Whether you live here or you’re just visiting, responsible tourism is something we should all pay attention to. According to LDNL, “Be respectful and act with dignity just as you would do at home.”