Last updated on August 16th, 2017
The Beaches of Cascais and Estoril: a Short Train Ride from Lisbon
Within a half hour commuter train ride from central Lisbon, lie the beaches of Estoril and Cascais. This world famousRead more.
Fado and Saudade in Lisbon
Fado is part of the Portuguese soul, fado tells life as it unfolds. It may sound a cliché, but beRead more.
Party Hotspots in Lisbon
The nice weather is a good excuse to party in Lisbon. The food is good, the ladies are slender inRead more.
Walking the Streets of Lisbon
We've put up two walks for Alfama. Kids will love hide and seek in the winding maze of narrow alleys.Read more.
Walking from Avenida da Liberdade to Chiado in Lisbon
Laid out in 1879, Liberty Avenue is Lisbon's biggest at 90 metres wide and 1.1 kilometre long. Styled after theRead more.
Alfama West Walk in Lisbon
Over the ages, many people have trudged up the hill to the Castle of Saint George. We suggest you takeRead more.
Alfama East Walk in Lisbon
We're starting our walk on the edges of Alfama with noble residences and stately homes. But you are not farRead more.
Pastéis de Belém, Pasteis de Nata and Other Portuguese Pastries of the Monastery of Jerónimos
Today I wish to introduce you to Pastéis de Belem. This is the oldest, most beloved coffee house ongoing in Lisboa.Read more.