Les fêtes de juin à Lisbonne sont consacrées essentiellement à Saint Antoine. Le saint patron- non officiel- fait l’objet d’une vénération importante. Mais c’est aussi l’occasion de faire la fête. la tradition et la modernité se rejoignent désormais pour enchanter les nuits Lisboètes.
The basil manjerico is a token of love that is offered at the time of Saint Anthony. It is one of the traditions associated with the festivities in honor of the patron saint of Lisbon and throughout Portugal.
The June festivities in Lisbon are dedicated to the popular saints: Saint Anthony, Saint John and Saint Peter. It’s a time for entertainment, culture and outings with family and friends. The streets and squares are decked out in song and dance for 1 month.
The Lisbon Oceanario or aquarium is one of the most beautiful in the world. It is one of the most popular attractions. It fascinates young and old alike
Jacarandas are well acclimatised in Portugal. In Lisbon their lovely blue-violet flowers give a romantic air to the capital. They bloom in May/June
Open House Lisbon is dedicated to architecture for a weekend. Unusual or closed to the public, usually emblematic places to visit for free
The cataplana is both a utensil and a dish. A beautiful object and an ancient tradition for delicate, fragrant, simple but tasty dishes.
The red carnations are the symbol of the democratic revolution of 25 April 1974. The anniversary is marked every year with parades and festivities.
The Cicero Bistrot is a restaurant that combines Art and Gastronomy, France and Brazil, without forgetting Portugal. To be tasted with the eyes and a fork. Campo de Ourique, Lisbon