These unfiltered beers have taken Lisbon by storm and soon, the company plans to open up its own Quiosque 8ª Colina to better introduce them to the rest of the hills around town. We met one of the founding brewmeisters himself, Pedro Romão, and asked him to tell us his story.
Natália tells us about life as an artist in Portugal, what makes her tick, and where she goes to get inspired, so here’s to learning a bit from the artist who says that she is constantly learning too.
The previous PT climbing guide, “pirate topo,” didn’t consult the original openers of the routes nor respect the crags themselves. This one is different.
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.
Ângela Marques writes about volunteering in Idomeni.
You think you’re radical? Ricardo Marques and his team at Bio Boards have developed a skateboard to ride the tram tracks your wheels normally get stuck in.