It's hard not to be charmed by this beautiful, cozy, and colorful city with marvelous views. It's a city of contrasts. Whether it's a historical market square or a graffiti painted street, a majestic temple or a whimsical azulejo house, a...
Portugal has always been on my bucket list until I crossed it. Now, it is on another list I've made.
It's called: places where I left my heart.
St. Petersburg-based Russian photographer Eduard Gordeev captures delicate cityscape scenes by taking photos in the rain. Flowing rain drops blur the colors and diffuse light, resulting in photos that have a strong resemblance to Impressionist oil paintings.
In Portuguese language,"saudade" literally means melancholy. But this is erroneously reductive.
I have lived in Lisbon twice in my life and the reason I had to come back was probably this special atmosphere on the way, this untouchable trace and contemplative state...
I don’t know what about you people, but there are some things I never do in my own country, and I always do abroad. Visiting an old church for example. Recently I had to visit a church due to sad circumstances.
I'm Arthur Costa AKA Mr. Costa, and as a visual artist I have the constant necessity to create new things. I like to surprise people, to make them think about what surrounds them and make them look at things with an...
Arthur De Almeida
June the 12th. This night (and the day after), everywhere in Alfama there are barbecues with sardines, and sangria. Because that night, it is Santo Antonio!
Santo Antonio Festival is to honour Santo Antonio, a marriage Saint born in Lisboa.
Alfama is a wonderful district, situated, like the rest of the city Lisbon, on the slope of a hill. To get there, you can take the famous tram line 28. It’s a classic, yellow, usually crowded tram.
The westernmost district of Lisbon is Belém. The name is derived from the Portuguese word for Bethlehem. As it used to have it's own historic parish.