What’s up Lisboa #101

Olá street-art lovers ! This week-end time is changing, that means that summer is getting closer, and we love it ! We prepared a nice agenda in which you'll find music, visual arts, street art, but also engaged events. This agenda is about solidarity, protection of environment and cultural learning while having a lot of … Continue reading What’s up Lisboa #101

What’s up Lisboa #99

Olá ! This week-end Lisbon promisses to be sunny, so what's better than a nice program to enjoy it ? Music, exhibitions, craft, creations and street art will accompany you for this 99th edition of What's up Lisboa ! Have fun and enjoy ! (Click on the picture to go the event page) Esmeralda #1 … Continue reading What’s up Lisboa #99

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

MUSEUM QUEST | Museum of Theatre – Randomly mediocre

Far away from the tourist tracks, set in a beautiful park, quiet and lovely, I found the National Museum of Theatre and Dance. Some funny sculptures welcomed be outside. I couldn't place the anywhere but that didn't matter. My mood mood was great and I was eager to go inside and discover the museum. But … Continue reading MUSEUM QUEST | Museum of Theatre – Randomly mediocre