Lisbon knows how to celebrate. Whether it’s a saint, a traditional food or its love for art. Join this all year festive spirit, embrace the region culture in the typical festivities and cheer for your favorite athletes in internationally renowned sports competitions. Or, listen to famous musicians in festivals that attract people from all over the world.
The exhibition presented at the King D. Luís Gallery, in the National Palace of Ajuda, brings together hundreds of works of art that illustrate a period as complex as it is rich, of national contemporaneity.
Ai Weiwei, the contemporary artist and Chinese activist, comes to Portugal for the first time with an unprecedented exhibition: Rapture, to be held at Cordoaria Nacional.
From 1st june, Lisboa reopens doors to two tourist facilities that celebrate the city's history, it is already possible to go up to Arco da Rua Augusta and visit the Lisboa Story Center.
One of the world’s most well kept secrets of urban art has just landed in Lisbon ... the first edition of EMUA - Ephemeral Museum of Urban Art.