GuidesTips

Top 3 Jaw-Dropping Attractions in Lisbon

There’s surely more to Lisbon than merely being the capital city of Portugal. Strolling through the streets of the city can truly astound any traveler! The grand artistry that brushes itself across the city’s antiquity will send shivers down the spine; the number of…
GuidesTips

Pastel de Nata: Lisbon pastry gem

The history You have heard about it before, for sure. Every time someone mentions traveling to Lisbon, everyone mentions the famous pastel de nata. Famous worldwide, pasteis de nata were created centuries ago in Belém, right next to Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (the…
GuidesHot!

Embrace the Lisbon Coffee-Craze!

A deliciously brewed cup of dark brown coffee, still piping hot from a rather recent infusion – delicately lifted to the lips as an earthy aroma of freshly-roasted coffee beans wafts through the air. Carpeted wooden floors and intimate warm lights decorate the cozy…
GuidesTips

Skip the Hostel Headaches!

While planning our comfy holiday cribs in advance is often in everyone’s best interests, the harsh reality of frantic last minute scrambles for accommodation is all too real (trust us, we’ve been there too). That is why we’ve decided to come up with this little Lisbon…
GuidesOutside Lisbon

Dinning with the stars: Cascais & Sintra

The third and final part of our Michelin guide for the Lisbon area is here! Three 1 Michelin star restaurants left in the Lisbon area. This time, right outside Lisbon, in the village of Cascais and the magical wonderland Sintra. In Cascais, Fortaleza do Guincho. Built in the…
CoronavirusGuidesHot!Tips

Portugal beaches: a guide to the new rules

Portuguese Health Authorities have rolled out the definitive list of beach ‘do’s and dont’s for this extraordinary virus-blighted summer and the rules are not as strict as people had been fearing. The Navy will watch unsupervised beaches “to avoid situations…
Guides

Dinning with the stars: 5 Lisbon restaurants you must try

Second part of our article about Michelin awarded restaurants. Following our first part that you can check here, the menu today will have 5 one star Lisbon restaurants that are just too good to miss. Spread across all Lisbon, they are the perfect ending for an amazing day…
Guides

Dinning with the stars: Michelin awarded restaurants

Portugal received 27 star awards from Michelin in 2020. Lisbon has a total of 12 of those 27 stars with two 2 stars restaurants and eight 1 star restaurants. Check out the list of Michelin-starred restaurants in Lisbon, starting with two stars: Alma and Belcanto. With…
GuidesTips

Top Five Reasons to Visit Lisbon!

Lisbon, Portugal is a beautiful and vibrant city that offers something for everyone, blending a long and rich cultural history with the modern sensibilities of a progressive, international center. From exciting nightlife and gorgeous beaches to quaint neighborhoods and…