Archives for Eden Flaherty

Author: Eden Flaherty

What’s on in Lisbon in January

January 10, 2020

The debauchery that accompanies the end of a decade has passed. The world is returning to its normal pace – which means shops, bars, cafes, restaurants and street vendors that have been hidden for the holidays are once more opening their shutters, rolling up their sleeves, and hawking their wares. There is much to see […]

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The Associations of Lisbon

October 10, 2019

Associations, or as they are known here associações, are pretty self-descriptive — it’s when two or more people come together to form a non-profit organization for a common goal. These goals cover all manner of things, but importantly for us, they also include cultural and artistic endeavors. As such, some of Lisbon’s best nightlife spots […]

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What’s On in Lisbon in October

September 19, 2019

The shops, cafes, and restaurants have finally returned from their Férias, you aren’t melting as much, and the kids are settled back at school. Finally, you can enjoy some culture. We’ve gathered some of the best art, music, and other events in the city in October so you can plan your visit!

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MEO Sudoeste in Review

August 16, 2019

Thinking about going to MEO Sudoeste 2020? Here are some of the highlights from MEOSW 2019, the headliners, and a little insight into the site itself.

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What’s On in Lisbon in September

August 7, 2019

The tourists have left, the Lisboetas who run the city’s coolest restaurants and clubs are back, and the summer is far from over. September is one of the best months to be in the city — here’s why.

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Viseu: Sweet Treats and Bicycles

July 9, 2019

Viseu is a great destination on its own, but a 50-km bike ride thrown in makes a trip to the area even better. Here’s the what and the how.

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What’s On in Lisbon in August

July 3, 2019

Lisbon might feel a little emptier than usual. Or at least the ratio of Portuguese-to-tourists has shifted substantially since so many Lisboetas have jumped in cars and on trains, planes, and autocarros to make their way out of the city. But, fear not, there’s still plenty to do in Lisbon in the hot and sticky […]

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