The red Hills Tramcar Tour offers a privileged approach to Lisbon: guaranteed seating, audio guide in many languages, and a Hop on-Hop off system to better appreciate the city.
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.
Meet Vincent Vang Gogh is an exhibition dedicated to the brilliant artist. An experience to do with the family on the banks of the Tagus River in Lisbon.
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
O Asiático , Chef Kiko’s restaurant, is refined without being extravagant. A cosmopolitan gourmet well located between Principe Real and Bairro Alto.
The Creators’ Market or Feira do Mocho (Owl Fair) takes place once a month or more in Lisbon: creation and quality, and originality for pleasure.
Les Musées des Coches, musées des carrosses, de Lisbonne renferment de précieux exemplaires de voitures en tout genre. Un voyage dans le temps et les fastes de la monarchie.
The Pabe is a gastronomic institution in Lisbon. For a business meal, a party or the pleasure of a refined lunch or dinner, excellent cuisine in the heart of the capital.
Christmas in Lisbon, Christmas holidays in light and entertainment. The capital and neighbouring cities shine brightly. An overview of the festivities.
Magusto is a traditional tasting of chestnuts and jeropiga, a mixture of grape must and brandy. On Saint Martin’s Day, chestnuts and new wine.