CNAI (Porgual’s National Immigrant Support Centre) was set up to make assimilation for the growing amount of immigrants to Portugal less complicated. What follows is an account of how our correspondent availed himself of their services in Lisbon.
Lisbon’s passion for football has been mostly fueled by Benfica and Sporting. This piece is not about these two clubs, but about the smaller, neighborhood clubs playing in lower leagues, whose grounds might just be around the corner from where you are.
The number of vegetarians in Portugal increased by 300% between 2007 and 2017. But it’s not just the hipsters who are gorging themselves on hummus. Last year, Portugal’s parliament passed a law requiring all public canteens to provide a vegan option.
It really does get cold indoors here in the winter as there’s usually no central heating unless you’re staying in a fancy-schmancy hotel. However, the Lisboetas have learned a trick or two to keep the temperature tolerable.
Our street team has spent the past year testing, evaluating, and taking scrupulous notes to help your next year kick a little ass. Here’s our list of spots around Lisboa that deserve recognition for being on point in 2017.
Like everything else these days in Lisbon, meal delivery (serviço de entregas) is catching on.
A few tips and tricks to save some money on Lisbon’s vibrant classical music, theater, and dance offerings