What’s up Lisboa #95

Hi street-art lovers ! It's the week-end and to celebrate it we prepared a nice program full of sun, music and even caipirinhas ! Enjoy and have fun ! (Click on the picture to go the event page) LX MUSIC 13 YEARS Because we love to party and listening to some good music, come with … Continue reading What’s up Lisboa #95



WEDNESDAY WALL OF FAME ! Young, driven... and ready to take over the world ! Last summer this sympatique French artist came to Lisbon with a mission: mark the city with a superb mixture of calligraphy, street art and the well-known cartoon character Snoopy. Driven by the life-philosophy of this little dog, he immerses himself … Continue reading DARK aka DARKSNOOOPY

STREET ART FACTS | Leiria street art

STREET ART FACTS | STREET ART IN CENTRAL PORTUGAL There’s an old saying in Portugal that translates like ‘Portugal is Lisbon and rest is only landscape’. This was a harsh critic on the centralization of opportunities, information and infrastructures that we used to suffer from. But luckily times have changed and some smaller cities are … Continue reading STREET ART FACTS | Leiria street art

MUSEUM QUEST | The Coach Museum – Part 2

After talking about the highlights of the collection and the controverse building of the National Coach Museum in Part 1 - A Clash of Styles it is time to explore Portuguese history. Assassinations and revolutions, earthquakes and royal weddings. This museum doesn't just have incredible carriages to show, but some amazing stories to tell. Oh, and did I … Continue reading MUSEUM QUEST | The Coach Museum – Part 2

MUSEUM QUEST | The Coach Museum – Part 1

What do Queen Elizabeth II, controversial architecture and Portuguese history have in common? Right! The National Coach Museum in Belem. Housed in a contemporary concrete building I found the most incredible coaches. No wonder this contrast fueled heated discussions around Lisbon! That aside, however, the museum was a place of awe while so closely linked … Continue reading MUSEUM QUEST | The Coach Museum – Part 1