DATE: 10/12/2023 PRICE: Earlybird ticket 40€ Normal Ticket 45€ DESCRIPTION Let’s visit the best Christmas Fair in Portugal and keep the cheerful spirit visiting the beautiful Buddha Éden Garden! Christmas Fair in Óbidos → Christmas is coming to Óbidos! This medieval village will be transformed into a magical kingdom with a Santa Claus farm, ice bar,
DATE: 10/11/2023 PRICE: 4€ DESCRIPTION Visiting the Cultural Center of Belém is an enriching journey through Portugal’s vibrant heritage. This architectural gem, located on the picturesque shores of the Tagus River, is a hub of artistic and cultural expression. Immerse yourself in captivating Berardo collection exhibition, world-class performances, and a celebration of Portuguese arts. With
Disclosure: This article is super biased because not only I fell in love with Portugal, I had the time of my life with the Erasmus Life Lisboa trips & activities, so much so that I returned to Lisbon for an Erasmus+ internship at ELL!
Last week we were saddened to hear again about a student who had been the victim of housing scams while looking for a room in Lisbon. Every semester we hear about this and we want to warn all students to be careful when searching for a room, especially when searching online.
Lx Factory is a creative mini-city. This area was an industrial site before, opened in 1846. Nowadays, is one of the coolest hangout spots in the city! This place is situated in Alcântara, easily reached by tram, bus or train from the city center.
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Walking through Lisbon, you can come across many gorgeous parks and gardens. These are great places to chill after work, doing yoga, play football, read a book, or just sit on the grass and enjoy fresh beer with friends.
Somewhere along the streets of Bairro Alto you can spot a really hipster café which serves childhood nostalgia – I mean cereals! It’s called Pop Cereal and it’s an experience you can’t miss out on when visiting Lisbon!