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Gulbenkian art centre to close in August

The building that houses the Modern Art Collection of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon is to close in August, for about a year and a half to two years. According to the director of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Penelope Curtis, in a statement to Lusa, the…
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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…
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Lisbon's Zoo to reopen this friday!

Almost two months after it’s closure due to Coronavirus, Lisbon’s Zoo will reopen this Friday! In a press release Lisbon’s Zoo (Jardim Zoológico de Lisboa) stated that the Zoo has always corresponded to the guidelines emanating from the DGS…
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Shopping Centers will only open on June 1st

Last Thursday, April 30, Prime Minister António Costa announced the measures that will be taken after the end of the third state of emergency. What had already been speculated has been confirmed: shopping centres and larger stores (more than 400 sqm) will only open in a…
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Rock in Rio 2011: First 3 "re-confirmed" bands!

Due to Coronavirus concerns the event was rescheduled to 2021. This week Rock in Rio Lisboa confirmed the first 3 bands for 2021. Foo Fighters, The National and Liam Gallagher are ready to rock in Lisbon! Rock in Rio, originally scheduled to June of this year had to be…
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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…
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Roman galleries open this friday... online!

In normal times today would be the day when the Roman galleries at Lisboa’s baixa would reopen. But due to coronavirus outbreak this year, the experience will be online and in 3D. This 2000 years old roman monument was discovered after the infamous 1755 Lisbon…