If you find yourself walking around Praça Duque de Saldanha, Avenida da Liberdade, Restauradores, Rossio, and/or Cais do Sodré this September, you might stop and take another look at a
The world seems less and less magical these days, which is why Lisboa Mágica,* part of Cultura na Rua‘s Com’out Lisbon initiative, invites you and your family to not stop
Here’s what Atlas friends Garden Collective say about themselves: “A collective of like-minded people building a platform for artists to create, share, and collaborate across all areas of culture. Founded
When you live near the ocean, 15-35€ may seem like a lot to pay for a day at the pool but, then again, drastic times call for drastic measures. The
Amália Rodrigues, aka “The Queen of Fado,” is one of the few people in Lisbon with countless streets, a museum, and a garden bearing her name. And with good reason:
These days, it seems that culture is dying, the economy is stagnant, and not a lot of people are smiling under those masks… MOVIMENTO REVERBERA (“Reverberation Movement”) describes itself as
In the long long ago, Anjos70 was a glass factory. Today, it describes itself as “an independent nonprofit multicultural center, a dynamic cultural program established within Lisbon’s vibrant community of
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