Author: Paul Soto
Restaurante Panorâmico Then and Now
October 17, 2017
Crumbling, and marked with decades of graffiti, the abandoned Panorámico restaurant looms over Lisbon on a hill in Monsanto Park like a forgotten alien spaceship.
Where to AirBnB in Lisboa
October 11, 2017
In Lisbon, AirBnB is huge. Almost every neighborhood—from the peaceful, riverside Belém all the way to the sprawling suburbs of Amadora—have AirBnB listings ready to accommodate all kinds of travelers and their specific touristic priorities.
How to Keep Cool During the Summer
July 10, 2017
Lisbon’s sun is usually tamed by coastal breezes, shady spots, and cool nights, but some summer days can get uncomfortably hot. Here is how to get through them.
The Nepali Experience in Lisbon According to Kamal and Laxmi
July 7, 2017
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.
Where to Ball — as in Basketball — in Lisbon
June 22, 2017
It’s possible to find a good pick-up game around Lisbon, you just have to know where to look.
A Guide to Going to Lisbon’s Beaches on the Cheap
May 26, 2017
For those of you who want the sand and the tan without spending too much, here are some tips to enjoy a budget day at a beach near Lisbon.
The Trials of Lisbon Apartment-Hunting If You’re a Foreigner
April 13, 2017
Our correspondent has a hell of a time finding a long-term apartment rental in Lisbon but lives to tell the tale. With shiny new apartment rentals advertised on every Lisbon block, getting one you like is actually not so easy these days if you’re not Portuguese.