From 14th century paintings to cutting-edge contemporary installations, with vibrant street art, Lisbon’s galleries, museums, and streets have it all.
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.
Last Chance to Register: NIGHTMARE AT THE MUSEUM
July 15, 2019
We couldn’t resist spreading the word about this most excellent idea from most radical dudes and dudettes: MotelX and Museu Arte Antiga. Tomorrow is your last day to register for the Sept. 5 Hell Tour. Without further ado.: NIGHTMARE AT THE MUSEUM At midnight and with a descent into art hell: this is how it […]
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 […]
What’s on in Lisbon in July
June 28, 2019
How are you feeling? Tired? Have the Festas de Lisboa beaten you down? Well, there’s no time to rest because July still holds so much to do! The sun may be roasting and the streets drenched in beer, but we’re going to get out in search of a little bit of that thing we like […]
What’s on at MAAT: A Review of the Summer Collections
May 20, 2019
A review of the summer exhibitions at MAAT and Edp Central. What’s on display, and are they worth visiting?
A Downtown Atelier: Q&A With Lisboa Social Press
April 16, 2019
Lisboa Social Press is a printmakers’ atelier nestled in downtown Lisbon. Artists Tom and Jilly took some time away from the press to walk us through their journey to Lisbon — including wine-fueled workshops, exclusive feasts, and their own personal work.
What’s On in Lisbon in June
March 12, 2019
June can be brutal in Lisbon. Luckily, it’s also the month that the city celebrates itself, which means street parties, sardines, and pimba music. But if you’re more of an indoor person, we got you covered as well.