This Portuguese festival is a rich event that presents a plethora of major international and local artists, and this year promises to be the best yet, according to the seven artists we spoke to.
Welcome to The Week em Breve! In our new series, Atlas Lisboa staff will recap all the news that’s fit to print, er, tweet, covered in the Portuguese press. Now you’ll have something to chat about with your Portuguese mates over beers and not seem like a total palhaço!
Abandoned to degradation and graffiti, Palácio da Comenda was once known as one of the most regal palaces on the European coast, having hosted Portuguese royalty, French aristocracy, and the First Family of the U.S.
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.
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