Culture

Category: Culture

As a cultural capital, Lisbon has a huge variety of music, art, film, dance and more — and some of it you can’t find in any other city. Read about it here.


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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Best of Lisbon 2020

January 1, 2020

Another year brings with it another batch of bests, another smattering of stand-outs, and another assortment of achievements. Our collaborators and Atlas’ extended family have banded together once more to celebrate our favorite spots around the city who deserve a pat on the back for doing what they do so well. Let’s put it together […]

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What’s On for Christmas and New Year’s 2019/2020 in Lisbon

December 10, 2019

Not all events are created equal this holiday season.

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Wear Your Smartglasses at Night: The Adegga WineMarket Lisbon 2019

December 4, 2019

All in all, the market is a must for any wine connoisseur, enthusiast, or wine industry mogul hoping to get the latest info on the best Portuguese wines.

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On the Fringe: The Museum of Mechanical Music

November 12, 2019

You may remember a small mechanical music exhibit in Lisbon’s Museu do Fado in recent years. It contained 40 pieces from Luis Cangueiro‘s original collection, which were on loan for this temporary exhibit— the same exhibit that inspired us to make the pilgrimage to the source in Pinhal Novo. The Museu da Música Mecânica is […]

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The Ethical Assembly: The Sexier Lisbon Summit

November 6, 2019

Sustainability guru Patricia Imbarus is throwing the kind of party you can’t—and shouldn’t— miss.

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Halloween in Lisbon in 2019: What’s On This Year

October 16, 2019

If you’re like the majority of the Atlas staff, you basically live for Halloween. Wearing a costume here isn’t what you’d call obligatory, especially since Halloween is an imported holiday, but every year it gains more and more steam as a steady stream of masked revelers pour into night clubs and onto the streets ready […]

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